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NBA All-World: Pokemon Go maker takes on basketball

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Wimbledon is on and so is BreakPoint

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Life as an LGBTQ scientist

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The rise of 0.5 selfie

In the hands of amateurs, cameras can throw up quite a few tricks that make popular art interesting. The same ...

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Keep fat away

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By Your Health DR GITA MATHAI

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Tablet ban

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Science  /  Published 13.01.14

Drink this memory booster

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By A cup of coffee after a learning session may help you remember better even after 24 hours, T.V. Jayan writes

Science  /  Published 29.07.13

Making a baby

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By Your Health DR GITA MATHAI

Science  /  Published 15.07.13

Key to new Windows

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By BITS & BYTES / SURIT DOSS

Science  /  Published 16.07.12

Get smart

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By BITS & BYTES / SURIT DOSS

Science  /  Published 02.07.12

Ouch! That hurt

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By Your Health DR GITA MATHAI

Science  /  Published 25.02.13

The crab that kills

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By Your Health DR GITA MATHAI

Science  /  Published 11.02.13

Touch a nerve

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By Your Health DR GITA MATHAI

Science  /  Published 01.08.11

Brains and brakes

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By If a car can read the driver's mind many accidents can be avoided. Some scientists in Germany are working towards just that goal, finds T.V. Jayan


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