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Scientists discover a 2-D magnet (research)

Scientists discover a 2-D magnet (research)

Magnetic materials form the basis of technologies that play increasingly pivotal roles in our lives today, including sensing and hard-disk data storage. But as our innovative dreams conjure wishes for ever-smaller and faster devices, researchers are seeking new magnetic materials that are more compact, more efficient and can be controlled using precise, reliable methods. A team led by the University ... Read More »

Singer Amber Rose Exposes Ultimate Nudity On Instagram

Singer Amber Rose Exposes Ultimate Nudity On Instagram

Amber Rose doesn’t make the headlines as often as she used to, but unsurprisingly, posing with absolutely nothing on her bottom half has managed it. The 33-year-old shocked social media users when she posted a picture on Saturday (10Jun17) showing her reclining on a wooden staircase wearing only a bikini top and an open black coat, putting her oiled-up body ... Read More »

Researchers find bird remains fossilized in 99-million-year-old amber

Researchers find bird remains fossilized in 99-million-year-old amber

A team of researchers discovered the skeletal remains of an extinct bird inside a slab of 99-million-year-old amber while working in Myanmar between 2015 and 2016. According to Xing Lida from China University of Geosciences, who is leading the research, the 9-centimeter-long specimen included most of the skull and neck, a partial wing and hindlimb, and soft tissue of the ... Read More »

300000-Year-Old Homo Sapiens Fossils Uncovered in Morocco

300000-Year-Old Homo Sapiens Fossils Uncovered in Morocco

Scientists have uncovered 300,000-year-old fossil bones of Homo sapiens-the oldest reliably dated fossil evidence of our species. It makes the fossils about 100,000 years older than the remains of our species unearthed at Omo Kibish in Ethiopia, previously considered to be the oldest. Anthropologists have determined that that the Moroccan skulls, limb bones and teeth found in what once was ... Read More »

Qatar-based TV channel Al Jazeera says it’s combating large-scale cyberattack

Qatar-based TV channel Al Jazeera says it's combating large-scale cyberattack

Arabic news channel Al Jazeera was hit by a cyber attack ‘on all systems’, the broadcaster said today. The news comes during renewed tensions and a diplomatic crisis throughout the greater region, and after an alleged hack against the Qatar News Agency (QNA), Qatar’s state-run news agency. “Al Jazeera Media Network under cyber attack on all systems, websites & social ... Read More »

New research says babies should sleep in their own room

New research says babies should sleep in their own room

A new research is changing recommendations about where babies under the age of one should sleep. The American Academy of Pediatrics is now recommending that babies older than 4-months-old be put to sleep in their own rooms. AAP guidelines suggest allowing infants to sleep in their parents’ room (but not their bed) for at least six months and “ideally for ... Read More »

An egg a day helps baby stay healthy, finds new research

An egg a day helps baby stay healthy, finds new research

Parents, take note! Eating an egg daily may significantly increase growth and reduce stunting in children, a new research claims. Scientists gave eggs to 80 infants between six and nine months of age for one year. Another 84 weren’t given eggs and served as a control grup. Compared to these controls, the egg-eating youngsters had a 47 percent lower prevalence ... Read More »

Researchers have no idea what made this huge hole on Mars

Researchers have no idea what made this huge hole on Mars

The Red Planet can truly amaze people of the many mysteries it holds. Recently, a photo of a massive and deep hole on Mars has made scientists puzzled. A new image from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) shows several shallow pits among carbon dioxide ice, nicknamed “Swiss cheese terrain” because it looks a bit like the famous cheese. But at ... Read More »