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California authorities direct to stop overdoses of modern vaccines, news agency

California authorities direct to stop overdoses of modern vaccines, news agency CALIFORNIA (Reuters) – Authorities in the U.S. state…
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FiveG technology: Measures to expand the network of Japanese companies TOKYO: Mobile phone companies in Japan are working to provide…
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Jaime's "new love affair" surfaced, the news on the British media hot

Jaime’s “new love affair” surfaced, the news on the British media hot London: Jaime Goldsmith fell in love with the…
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I was intimidated at a school in Canada, confessed Sunny Leone

I was intimidated at a school in Canada, confessed Sunny Leone MUMBAI: Indian film industry star Sunny Leone has said in an interview that…
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What is this light like in space for 150 years?

What is this light like in space for 150 years? Washington: The US space agency NASA has released a picture of fireworks in space which has…
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17,000 earthquakes a week in Iceland

17,000 earthquakes a week in Iceland Iceland: Eight days have passed and more than 17,000 earthquakes have been recorded in Iceland so far. The strongest earthquake was recorded at 5.6. Experts fear the quake could be triggered by volcanic activity. The strongest quake occurred on the morning of February 24 and shook buildings in the capital, Ryke J. Wick. Its intensity was 5.6. Five magnitude…
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The world's first system to detect jaundice in newborns

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The world's first system to detect jaundice in newborns

The world’s first system to detect jaundice in newborns Tokyo: The majority of newborns suffer from some form of jaundice. Now an easy-to-use tool for instant diagnosis. The system also monitors children’s other physical conditions. This device can be worn which is also the first wearable of its kind. As the level of cat ribbon in the blood of the majority of newborns increases, the…
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Find out the freshness of the fruit now with laser plasma

Find out the freshness of the fruit now with laser plasma Tokyo: Confirming the freshness of any fruit, from farmer to buyer, is a difficult process. But now the Shaibura Institute of Technology (SIT) in Japan has developed a state-of-the-art system specifically for mango freshness. This process examines the softness of the fruit without touching and damaging it, which is an important way to…
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Reaching a depth of 11,000 meters in the ocean "soft" and automatic robot

Reaching a depth of 11,000 meters in the ocean “soft” and automatic robot BEIJING: Chinese scientists have developed an automated robot for deep-sea research that is very soft and can swim freely. In recent experiments, the robot has been tested by swimming in the deepest part of the ocean, the Mariana Trench. It is located at a depth of 10,900 meters (approximately 11,000 meters).
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Discover the secret of memory and intelligence without a brain in a single-celled organism

Discover the secret of memory and intelligence without a brain in a single-celled organism Munich: After a long study, German experts have discovered the secret of memory and intelligence in a type of single-celled organism called fitter saliva or “slim mold”. The full scientific name of this organism is “Physarum polycephalum” which is a medium between animals, plants and…
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The first successful experiment of hearing a robot from a locust's ear

The first successful experiment of hearing a robot from a locust’s ear Tel Aviv: The world’s first and most interesting experiment of its kind, in which a robot has been made audible using the ears of a dead locust. In this exciting experiment, scientists at Tel Aviv University have linked a locust’s ear to a regular robot, where electrical signals for hearing have reached the…
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The popularity of the video sharing app "Like" has risen to fourth place in Pakistan

The popularity of the video sharing app “Like” has risen to fourth place in Pakistan Karachi: Video sharing app “Like” has come fourth in Pakistan due to its popularity. Short video sharing app Like is also gaining popularity in Pakistan, recently its ranking has improved by 14 places. According to App Annie, a global mobile data and analytics firm, the growing number of…
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Parents will now be able to monitor their children's activities on YouTube

Parents will now be able to monitor their children’s activities on YouTube California: During the Corona epidemic last year, a large number of children around the world, especially children, turned to YouTube, where they used educational, entertainment and other videos. But at the same time, parents have complained to YouTube that their children watch videos that are not suitable for…
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Samsung has introduced a 50-megapixel camera sensor

Samsung has introduced a 50-megapixel camera sensor Seoul, Korea: Samsung has unveiled the world’s most advanced smartphone camera sensor, allowing users to capture 50-megapixel images and create full HD videos at 480 frames per second (480 fps). Will be able to The new camera sensor, made by South Korea’s famous Samsung Electronics, has been dubbed the “Iso Cell GN2&#8221…
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A private company has announced plans to build a giant space station

A private company has announced plans to build a giant space station Such imaginary space stations revolve around their axis, creating a centrifugal force on their outer edges that pushes everything on the station outwards. Thus, in the space stations of science fiction movies, inside the outer edges of giant tubes, artificial gravity is created where thousands of human settlements are shown to be…
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