Google Claims It Has Achieved Quantum Supremacy

Google has officially announced that it’s achieved quantum supremacy in a new article published in the scientific journal Nature. The announcement comes exactly one month after it initially leaked

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Science

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Chinese Scientist Who Edited Babies Genes, Jailed For Three Years

The Chinese scientist who created the world’s first genetically altered babies has been sentenced to three years in prison and a lifelong ban from working in reproductive technology, state media reported on Monday

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Microplastics In Marine Ecosystem And Its Intervention In Human Food Chain

Approximately more than 10 million tons of plastics and plastic debris are discarded by the humans in to the ocean every year. These plastics starts to float initially when bigger in size and eventually starts to degrade

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Health

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Intelligent Alarm To Help Doctors Predict Heart Attacks

University of Copenhagen researchers are in the process of testing a new alarm that helps Danish physicians predict whether pacemaker and defibrillator patients are about to suffer a serious cardiac event. With the help

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5 High Protein Indian Street Food-Snacks

Street food of India has famous around the globe. Here we have listed 5 Indian street food with high protein

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Dietary Approaches And Good Life Style To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is expected to double in the coming ten years as per the report of journal of alzheimer’s disease and no cure has been found. The precipitous decline of memory and independence associa

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Technology

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Post Harvest Processing And Vale Addition Of Peas

The pea is thought to be one of the first vegetables to be farmed, probably at first in India. Uttar Pradesh is the major field pea growing state. Post harvest losses of peas can vary widely from system to system and may

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From Nuclear Physics Towards Astrophysics

The nuclear physics is the core subject for all the science and technology branches. All the resources of energy are somehow connected to the phenomena of nuclear reactions. Even the solar energy is the outcome of nuclea

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New Technology To Prevent Future IT Flops In The Public Sector

University of Copenhagen researchers have developed a new technology to help public agencies and organizations avoid IT project failures and save society billions of danish kroner

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Social Issues

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Common Cancer Increase By 324 Percent And Stroke Increase By 46 Percent In India In 1 Year

Common Cancers including Oral, Cervical and Breast Cancer diagnosed at state-run NCD clinics increase by 324% and stroke cases increase by 46% in last year 2018 according to National Health Profile, 2019 data

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Microplastics In Marine Ecosystem And Its Intervention In Human Food Chain

Approximately more than 10 million tons of plastics and plastic debris are discarded by the humans in to the ocean every year. These plastics starts to float initially when bigger in size and eventually starts to degrade

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Action Plan- A Social Entrepreneurship Competition

The notion of human beings has always been to think and conform to a bigger goal in their life. In midst of that pursuit, they have intentionally or unintentionally raised some social issues that in turn stand in their w

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National Security & Defences

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Brahmos - 2, An Invincible Cruise Missile

There is nothing common except the name between the earlier version of BrahMos & BrahMos - 2 , an invincible second generation scramjet cruise missile already developed & made in India in collaboration with Russia

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UK Committed To Strengthening Uk-India Defence Ties

The UK will attend Aero India in force again this year, reflecting the importance of the UK-India defence relationship. Industry and government representatives will be present to promote some of the world’s most i

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How BrahMos Supersonic Cruise Missile Work

The military uses missiles as one of its favorite weapons, because a missile allows a person to launch a weapon many miles away from the target. The BrahMos is the fastest cruise missile of its class in the world.

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