The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
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Biologist Joshua Tewksbury has peeked into an aeons-old war between a plant and a fungus in rural Bolivia, and completed a long-standing puzzle about chillies. In a study of wild capsicum plants native to eastern Bolivia, Tewksbury has shown that the plants are loaded with a chemical that appears un...  | Read.. 
Wonder cells, made in India
India is finally on the international stem cell map. The country, known so far in this regard for a few unscrupulous private clinics doling out untest ...  | Read.. 
Light on dark matter
The universe out there is not just what your teacher may have explained to you. If you thought it consists of only the sun, the Milky Way and numerous ...  | Read.. 
Hair yesterday, gone today
If yesteryear heroes such as Amitabh Bachchan and Vinod Khanna took off their shirts to reveal their hairiness, today’s macho men Shah Rukh Khan, ...  | Read.. 
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IPhone 3G: How to get started
If you are one of the lucky few who have bought an iPhone 3G, you must learn to use it properly. Or else you may find yourself joining the list of uninformed critics, cribbing that this device does not live up to expectations. ...  | Read.. 
Striking gold
Citius, Altius, Fortius” goes the Olympic motto in Latin. Translated, it means “Swifter, Higher, Stronger.” That is what every O ...  | Read.. 
Why Corner
Why do glow-worms glow?