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New study finds proof that Venus could once support life
Science

New study finds proof that Venus could once support life

Ever since the NASA's Pioneer Venus project suggested back in the 1980s that the planet might have had an ocean, scientists have been struggling to understand what exactly happened that turned Venus into the inhospitable hellscape it is today.
Vegan eggs, waterless shampoo steal attention at IIT-Delhi's Industry Day
India

Vegan eggs, waterless shampoo steal attention at IIT-Delhi's Industry Day

On Saturday, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi, observed its third edition of the annual Industry Day event.
Common infection responsible for Neanderthals' extinction? New study reveals so
World

Common infection responsible for Neanderthals' extinction? New study reveals so

The extinction of the Neanderthals has long been an unsolved mystery for anthropologists.
Six awesome science-fiction films that are worth watching repeatedly
Entertainment

Six awesome science-fiction films that are worth watching repeatedly

With their visuals, futuristic approach, and speculative depictions, sci-fi films appeal to all.
Study finds dead bodies continue to move months after death
Science

Study finds dead bodies continue to move months after death

For the longest time, humans have believed that after a person dies, their corpses remain still, especially after rigor mortis sets in. However, Australian scientists have recently made a startling discovery.
Scientists may have found the secret to reverse aging
Science

Scientists may have found the secret to reverse aging

Since, well, forever, humans have tried to find ways to make them look and feel younger; homemade face packs, makeup, botox, exercise, etc., which don't truly deliver the desired effect.
GATE or IIT-JAM- Which is better for you?
Career

GATE or IIT-JAM- Which is better for you?

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) and IIT JAM (Joint Admission Test for MSc) are two of India's most sought-after national-level entrance exams.
'First space hotel', operational by 2025, to feature artificial gravity
Science

'First space hotel', operational by 2025, to feature artificial gravity

Since Yuri Gagarin became the first man to travel to space in 1961, only over 500 people have explored the outer realms of Earth's atmosphere.
Scientists discover 3.8 million-year-old fossil of ancient human ancestor
Science

Scientists discover 3.8 million-year-old fossil of ancient human ancestor

Despite modern advancements in palaeontology, we still know very little about our own ancestry.

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