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Facebook snub could be psychological hell

Washington, May 12: Researchers have shown that being ignored on Facebook could perhaps be the worst thing that can happen to you.

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New app allows classical musicians to perform solo with virtual orchestra

Washington, May 12: A new computer system allows musicians to perform as solo with a full philharmonic orchestra from the comfort of their own living rooms.

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World’s first electric aircraft takes flight

Wellington, May 12: Airbus’ latest creation ‘E-Fan’, which is the world’s first ever electric aircraft, has successfully taken its maiden voyage.

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New complex gene atlas to help battle human diseases

Washington, May 12: Researchers have provided insights into how genetic variants influence complex disease and drug response through metabolic pathways.

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Soon, your clothes could help you charge your cell phone

Washington, May 12: Researchers have taken a large step toward making a fiber-like energy storage device that can be woven into clothing and power wearable medical monitors, communications equipment or other small electronics.

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Ice-loss making Earth move 250 miles down

Washington, May 12: Researchers have explained why the upward motion of the Earth’s crust in the Northern Antarctic Peninsula is currently taking place so quickly.

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Stem cell and ‘organ-on-a-chip’ merger step forward for personalized meds

Washington, May 12: Researchers have merged stem cell and ‘organ-on-a-chip’ technologies to grow, for the first time, functioning human heart tissue carrying an inherited cardiovascular disease.

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Why Antarctica isn’t warming as much as other continents

Washington, May 12: Researchers have explained why Antarctica is not warming as much as other continents, and why southern Australia is recording more droughts.

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Rising CO2 level poses threat to human nutrition

Washington, May 11: A new study has revealed that the rising levels of atmospheric CO2 can lead to major reduction of nutrients important to humans by 2050.

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