From Society 1:36 am
Just when everyone thought it would be hailed as the “Comet of the Century,” NASA said that Comet ISON has burned to death due to its maiden voyage near the sun. MSN reports that it brushed with the sun way too close and to think that its age is just 1 year old.
From Science 11:33 pm
To cut or not to cut the penis's foreskin is a choice that parents have to make when they have a baby boy. While the decision could be an easy one for some parents who belong to certain groups, such as followers of the Jew of Islam religion, for some it is a dilemma because of conflicting belie...
From Science 11:23 pm
Canada will begin on Dec 14 its traditional annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count, the longest-running wildlife census in the world. Over 70,000 volunteer bird counters will take part, to be deployed in more than 2,300 locations in the Western Hemisphere.
From Economy 1:51 pm
Regan was also the first woman in England to head a department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
From Tech 1:37 pm
The futuristic invisibility technology only seen in sci-fi and fantasy films may become a reality in few years, if Chinese researchers are to be believed.
From Science 11:49 am
Scientist findings show magma chamber below Yellowstone to be 'even more colossal' than thought
From Science 11:37 am
Scientists find the coldest place with temperature ranging between minus 92 and minus 94 degrees Celsius.
From Society 3:18 am
The 2013 Comet Lovejoy makes up for the sky watchers’ disappointment on the disintegration of Comet ISON with its remarkable night display. Have a look at the captured image of Comet Lovejoy (C/2013 R1) and its tail in the Los Angeles Times Science report courtesy of the Subaru Telescope’s Suprime-Cam.
From Science Dec 10
As the year 2013 draws to an end, the Australian Science Media Centre picked the most bizarre research project made the past 12 months. One of their key selections involves the study by Danish surgeon of flatulence while on airplanes, which has pressurised cabins that are contributory to passengers farting when on board.
From Science Dec 10
Nature, Cell and Science slammed for 'distorting' work by concentrating on trendy research.