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Why autistic people fail to recognise faces
( 19-Mar-2009 )

Washington, March 19 (ANI): An Indian-origin researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has shed some light on why autistic people fail to recognise faces as effectively as their normal counterparts, by studying why they often fail to recognise faces in photographic negatives. P ....
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Kids? love for sweet taste linked to their physical growth
( 19-Mar-2009 )

Washington, Mar 19 (ANI): Kids’ heightened liking for sweet-tasting foods is linked to their physical growth, according to a new study.   The study has been conducted by researchers at the University of Washington and the Monell Center.   "The relationship between sweet pref ....
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Earth?s crust melts easier than previously thought
( 19-Mar-2009 )

Washington, March 19 (ANI): In a new research, geologists have determined that Earth’s crust melts easier than previously thought, because rocks in the region become better insulators and poorer conductors as they get hotter.   According to the scientists, the findings provide insights ....
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Computer learning-electrical stimulation combo may give paralysed people better muscle control
( 19-Mar-2009 )

Washington, March 19 (ANI): A University of Florida researcher that paralysed people can be enabled to control their limbs in more precise and life-like manner by combining computer learning technology with electrical stimulation, a simple technique that has been in use for decades to prompt muscles ....
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NASA may send fleet of spacecraft to Venus between 2020 and 2025
( 19-Mar-2009 )

London, March 19 (ANI): A NASA advisory team has said that the agency is planning to send a future fleet of spacecraft to Venus between 2020 and 2025, which would include two high-altitude balloons built to hover in the sulphuric acid clouds over the planet.   According to a report in New Sci ....
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How brain remembers single events
( 19-Mar-2009 )

Washington, Mar 19 (ANI): One-time events—like a marriage proposal, a wedding toast, a baby’s birth—always hold that special place in our memory, and scientists have now found how brain remembers such events without them being repeated over time.   In a study on rats, UC Irv ....
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Flying car takes off successfully
( 19-Mar-2009 )

Washington, March 19 (ANI): An American company has successfully tested its “flying car”, which took flight and landed at an upstate New York air strip recently.   According to a report in Boston Herald, the “roadable aircraft” was made by Terrafugia Inc., which is bas ....
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Earliest feathered dinosaur discovered in China
( 19-Mar-2009 )

London, March 19 (ANI): An analysis of a dinosaur fossil found in China has revealed a primitive form of feather that may have evolved much earlier than was previously thought, as it dates back to 100 million years.   The dinosaur fossil was discovered by Xiao-Ting Zheng at the Shandong Tiany ....
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Few friends, loneliness leads to poor mental, physical health for the elderly
( 19-Mar-2009 )

Washington, Mar 19 (ANI): Having friends is not only important for the elderly’s social well being, but also for their mental and physical health, according to a study.   The research led by University of Chicago has shown that not having many close friends, and feeling of loneliness, c ....
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