The plan is grand and daunting. A team wants to find signatures in evaporation of black holes and thereby deduce whether Loop Quantum gravity, a contender for the theory of quantum gravity, is verified or not.

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The Chinese are making fast forays into the arena of space exploration. They are poised to even take over the US, but that will take a few days coming…

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The not-so-well-known Quadrantids are ready to set the sky ablaze in the wee hours of 4th Jan! Here’s a comprehensive guide to watching this.

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NASA just celebrated a great entry into the New Year, as the twin GRAIL probes achieved orbits around the Moon. Plus, there is a young factor to the whole thing.

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We bring you the top 10 science news events of 2011! It’s been a good year for science with neutrinos travelling faster than light, a malaria vaccine being nearly developed and… Read on for the No. 10 to No. 1 stories!

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A new study indicates that living a low trans fat lifestyle leads to better brain health in the elderly.

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Researchers using NASA’s Spitzer and Hubble telescopes have discovered a rare distant galaxy which may date back to 750 million years after the Big Bang.

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A neutrino detector has been planned that is set to eclipse the tallest tower on land – the Burj Khalifa, except that it is going to be underwater! All this for the most elusive particle known to mankind.

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The Vatican Library is using NASA developed technology to preserve ancient texts for the future.

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Two Earth-sized planets have been discovered by Kepler. This takes the search for finding Earth’s twin a bit closer.

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Guinness World Records Confirms World’s Shortest Woman

Guinness World Records confirmed the world’s shortest woman today.

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Amateur treasure hunter, Darren Webster, discovers buried Viking treasure in a field in Northern England.

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Don’t Blink: Physicists Break Data Network Speed Record at 186Gbps

Researchers attending the Super Computing 2011 conference, held in Seattle Convention Center, transferred data in opposite directions to eventually reach a combined rate of 186Gbps over a Wide Area Network.

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The Higgs Boson has been glimpsed, but nothing confirmatory has been said about its existence. Extremely promising result at 126 GeV seen.

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We bring you the best snaps of yesterday’s eclipse from around the world. Relive the beauty of the Lunar Eclipse.

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