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Merging an ancient 500-Million-Year-Old DNA into Modern E-coli Bacteria! Molecular rewinding of life?

Is evolution being re-staged by the scientists? We hold on to the sides of our chairs as the scientists burn their midnight oil trying to recreate a dinosaur in their laboratories.They have been successful with bacteria and ancient plants and now have finally managed to merge a bacteria with a 500 year old gene !

Earth to narrowly miss collision with giant asteroid

An asteroid as large as a school bus will give Earth a close shave Monday, NASA experts claim.

Lost in a newspaper? It can deafen you--study

Often feel that your husband turns a deaf ear to you while reading newspaper at the breakfast table? Well, spare him the tough looks, as a new study has found that being engrossed in an activity can block one's ability to hear.

Coldest star found: temperature no warmer than hot coffee

Astronomers claim that they have discovered dimmest and the coldest star.

Saturday's supermoon promises a celestial treat

A celestial treat awaits the sky gazers as 'Supermoon' will adorn the night sky this Saturday.

Japan earthquake: Earth's axis tilts, days shorten

The massive Japan earthquake has not only caused widespread devastation and thousands of deaths, but it has also jolted Earth's axis into new position and shortened the days.

Your key to longevity: eat apples--study

It's said that 'An apple a day keeps the doctor away.' Now scientists have now found scientific evidence.

Pennsylvania scientists discover 1 min test to detect concussions

Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania have come up with a simple yet reliable test to detect concussions in athletes.

What's on IBM's "Next Five in Five"?

By 2015, you could see the 3-D image of a person calling you and might be able to plan in advance the shortest and less traffic-congested route to the office. manNot enough? Even "breathing" batteries and laptops powered by kinetic energy could be on the way over the next five years, according to the latest technology predictions fromIBM (NYSE: IBM).

Pacific whales shows evidence of pollution

Lubbock, Texas -- U.S. researchers say they've found evidence of exposure to harmful chemicals and pesticides in Pacific Ocean-dwelling sperm whales.

Researchers from Texas Tech University tested tissues from whales from all five Pacific regions for DDT, the fungicide hexachlorobenzene, and 30 types of polychlorinated biphenyls, known to cause endocrine disruption and neurotoxicity, a university release said Wednesday.

"Our findings provide a unique baseline for global assessment of pollution exposures and sensitivity in the sperm whale, a globally distributed and threatened species," Celine Godard-Codding, an assistant professor at The Institute of Environmental and Human Health at Texas Tech, said.