The Basis Of Photosynthesis Began 1.25 Billion Years Ago | New Study

Photosynthesis Began 1.25 Billion Years Ago

The new research shows that the origin of photosynthesis in today’s plants had begun nearly 1.25 billion years ago. Previous studies had placed it somewhere between 0.7 and 1.2 billion years. Researchers put “Bangiomorpha pubescens” fossil’s age into a molecular clock to precisely measure when chloroplast was created. Photosynthesis evolved way early in the history of Earth. ...

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Boeing MQ-25 Stingray Will Extend The Combat Range of Fighter Jets

Boeing MQ-25 Stingray

Boeings reveals a MQ-25 Stingray prototype, an unmanned carrier aviation air system. It has a wing-body-tail configuration with strike, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities.   It will extend the combat range of fighter jets and seamlessly integrate with carrier’s catapult, and launch and recover systems.  Boeing believes that unmanned aircraft systems are perfect for refueling United ...

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26 Intriguing Facts About Christmas That You Should Know

Facts About Christmas

The holy and joyous occasion of Christmas is once again upon us. Every year, millions of people all over the world celebrate the festival acknowledging the birth of Lord Jesus. Well, we all love Christmas but how much we know about the day anyway? Here are 24 merry facts about Christmas. 26. Rudolph, the red nosed reindeer ...

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Scientists Develop A Flexible Bulletproof Graphene | Harder Than Diamond

Flexible Bulletproof Graphene

Scientists developed a new material called diamene by compressing two graphene layers.  Diamene is extremely thin yet harder than diamond under specific conditions.  It will be used in developing wear-resistant protective coating and lightweight bullet-proof films. Scientists at the ASRC (Advanced Science Research Center), Graduate Center, City University of New York, developed two thin layers of ...

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18 Most Important Medicines Ever Discovered


Medicines play an important role in our daily lives, imagining life without them is almost impossible, especially in this age of information where we don’t have much time to invest in our health. Without medicines, we wouldn’t have a cure for various deadly diseases, polio won’t be eradicated and humankind would always be a slave to virus ...

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Engineers Put a Worm’s Brain In A Small Robot | And It Worked

Worm's Brain In A Small Robot

Scientists put a roundworm’s (Caenorhabditis elegans) brain in a Lego robot.  They mapped connections between worm’s 302 neurons and simulated them in software.  IP address and port number are used to address each neuron. The brain is much more than just a collection of electric signals. If human can learn how to store those signals without ...

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6 Of The NASA’s Current Artificial Intelligence Projects

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To study Earth and explore the vast reaches of space, NASA utilizes the recent advances of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The Jet Propulsion Laboratory AI Group performs fundamental research in fields of Artificial Intelligence Planning and Scheduling, with applications to science analysis, deep space network operations, spacecraft commanding and space transportation systems. Today, we are going ...

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18 Web Design Trends That You’ll See In 2018

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The web industry evolves every year to stay engaging and inspiring. While some of the last year’s trends will continue to shape and influence the designs, the new elements like broken grid layout, emergence of maximalism, more pervasive interactions and animations have already started to appear. Let’s explore a few trends and ideas that can take your ...

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8 Cryptocurrencies To Watch In 2018 If You Missed Bitcoin Boom


A passing fade? A massive bubble? A big scam? Whatever cynics out there like to call it, Bitcoin is insanely growing, enriching the crypto faithful and confusing the haters. Build on decentralized peer-to-peer network, Bitcoin has become a standard for other cryptocurrencies. Altcoins (currencies inspired by Bitcoin) have tried to present themselves as a better ...

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A Living Tattoo That Uses Genetically Programmed Bacteria

Living Tattoo

Researchers create a cell sensitive, thin tattoo that glows when comes in contact with the skin cells.  The tattoo ink is made of hydrogel and mixture of nutrients to keep the cells alive. The ink can be printed at a high resolution – approximately 30 micrometers. A 3D printed living tattoo features 3 different sensors, ...

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