The Mystery Behind Zebra Stripes Uncovered

Oct 06
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Over the years the most common belief behind a zebra’s has stripes has been that the animal makes use of the unusual camouflage pattern as a defense against their predators.

However a new research at Cambridge University suggests that the stripes are unlikely to have come about as a source of pro...

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4 Tips To Help You Stick To Your Study Plan

Oct 01
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Have a hard time sticking to your study schedule? Or you don’t feel like getting to your books? Well we all fall in the lull 
➤ (n) a pause during which things are calm or activities are diminished 
➤ (n) a period of calm weather 
➤ (v) calm by deception 
➤ (v) become quiet or less intensive 
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10,000 Times More Powerful Aurora Spotted On Brown Dwarf

Sep 29
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Aurora 10,000 times more powerful than the Northern Lights have been spotted lighting up the skies of a ‘failed star’ also known as the brown dwarf’s (an object that’s bigger than a planet yet too small to trigger the thermonuclear reactions that powers a star). The phenomena of aurora are a natur...

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Food That Boosts Memory

Sep 29
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The old age saying, “you are what you eat” has been proven right time and again. Experts have proven different food benefits different parts of our body. Here is a list of food that known to boost your memory.

  • BERRIES – These yummy fruits are full of memory boosting nutrients. Research has...

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5 Ways To Support Your Child’s Learning At Home

Sep 28
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We are always looking for ways to make sure our children are doing their best, and ways to give our children the best. The competition is getting intense and study burden greater by the day. Here are a few ways you can help support your child’s learning process.

• Positive Outlook – It’s imp...

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Negative Effect Of Technology On Education

Sep 28
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The world today is technology driven. With smartphones, and tablets flooding the market – portability, usability, and access has become just a matter of touch. But it is important to understand too much use can also have a negative impact on our lives. How technology negatively impacts educatio...

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Earth’s CT Scan

Sep 25
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Seismologists from

University of California have produced a 3-D scan of the Earth’s interiors that map the volcanic activity, which resulted in the formation of islands like Hawaii, Samoa, and Iceland.

The scientists have mapped the mantle plumes* by analyzing the paths of seismic**seismic/strong>...

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Aerobic Activity Improves Mathematical Skill

Sep 25
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A recent study shows that children in the age group of 9-10 years old tend to have a thinner gray matter in their brain if they are aerobically fit, making them better at math skills than other children.

Laura Chaddock-Heyman the lead researcher from

University of Illinois said that ‘gray-...

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Will DNA Be The Future Of Building Computers?

Sep 25
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Reports suggest that ‘scientists have found a way to “switch” the structure of DNA using copper salts and an agent commonly found in shampoo and other household products that can pave the way of building cheap computers in the near future’. Nanotechnology suggests that the structure of a piece of...

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