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Bright sparks
It's exactly opposite of what we'd call evolving. How else could you describe the downward spiral of ambition that once wished to make intelligent machines, switched to construct an insect instead, an...  | Read.. 
War of the pirate fathers
You may call it a clash of the pirate fathers. For the first time, researchers a ...  | Read.. 
Defender of truth
For years it has been known that Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray discovered the com ...  | Read.. 
Fingerprints of life on Mars
New observations have triggered fresh speculations whether Mars may harbour oase ...  | Read.. 
Sky window
New language
Lice varieties
Dream theory
Chips in brain
Corrigendum
Sleek and slender
Good morning, and welcome to 'Name That Apple!' Fingers on buzzers' All right, let's begin. For 100 points: It's a compact rectangular slab that plays great-sounding music from a built-in hard drive. The front is shiny white acrylic with a screen at ...  | Read.. 
Space laser
Cellular courier
Back to basics
Low-carbohydrate diets are everywhere, and the glycaemic index has become the trendiest new concept in weight loss. Dr Atkins' New Diet Revolution, The South Beach Diet, The Zone and even The Idiot's Guide to Weight Loss t ...  | Read.. 
 
Equal Rights
Unchecked growth
'Me-too' game in drug business
WHO drives against TB unsuccessful
Obese and smokers in trouble
GM fish help blood clotting
Hypnosis isn't a hoax
QED: Danger from drugs
Sometimes, it's easy to apportion blame. Drug control authorities as well as medical practitioners all over India should share the blame for not working harder to track the adverse reactions caused by medicines. ...  | Read.. 
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