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Well Preserved young bird fossils with exceptional details found in Burmese amber
Study finds difference in height of Children consuming cow’s milk or milk substitutes
Fathers Care More for Daughters Compared to Sons: Study
Brazilian Newborn Trying to Walk Immediately After Birth Surprises Netizens
Lead detected in 20% of baby food samples

A newly-published report from the nonprofit Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) has revealed that nearly 20 per cent of baby food samples tested over a decade had detectable levels of lead.

Fishermen catch conjoined twin harbour porpoises

Fishermen off the coast of the Netherlands accidently caught what has been confirmed as the first case of two-headed harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena).

China launches X-ray space telescope to study black holes, pulsars

China’s recently launched X-ray space telescope will enable scientists to observe and learning about pulsars, gamma-ray bursts and black holes.

China’s Micius Mission Sets New Grounds in Quantum Science

China launched Micius satellite last August from the Gobi desert and the project has broken an important quantum physics record by beaming entangled photons from space to our planet.

Russian supply ship on the way to ISS

A Russian Soyuz-2.1a rocket carrying the Progress MS-06 supply ship flawlessly blasted off from Kazakhstan’s Baikonur Cosmodrome on Wednesday for a two-day rendezvous with the International Space Station (ISS).

Solar system’s oldest planet is Jupiter: Research

An international team of researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory claimed to have found evidence suggesting that Jupiter, the fifth planet from the Sun, is the oldest planet in the solar system.