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The Cause behind Schizophrenia Discovered

Jan 28, 2011
The Scientists of University of New South Wales, in the last week of January 2011, discovered the cause behind Schizophrenia.

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NASA Announced its Earth Observing Research Mission

Jan 22, 2011
The NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) of USA announced on 20 January 2011 its earth observing satellite mission, named as Glory.

Green Pigs Created by Scientists

Jan 8, 2011
Green pigs or Enviropigs were created by Scientists to make them more fit for human consumption.

GSLV-F06 Launch Ended in a Failure

Dec 27, 2010
The launch of the GSLV-F06 (Geo-Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle), carrying communication satellite GSAT-5P, on 25 December 2010 from Sriharikota, ended in a failure.

Gene Causing Anger Discovered

Dec 24, 2010
Scientists, on 22 December 2010, discovered an anger gene known as HTR2B causing impulsive and violent behavior in human beings.

Largest Solar Plant of World in USA

Nov 26, 2010
USA on 25 October 2010 sanctioned the world’s largest solar plant in Mojave Desert near Blythe, California.

DRDO Developed Drug to Destroy Cancer Cells

Nov 18, 2010
DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organisation) developed a new drug to enhance the resistance against cancer disease

Chinese Supercomputer Tianhe-1A Ranked fastest in the World

Nov 16, 2010
China surpassed US in the global supercomputing race as its Supercomputer Tianhe-1A ranked fastest in the world

ISRO Successfully Launched PSLV C-15

Oct 10, 2010
On 12 July2010, ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) successfully launched PSLV C-15, which placed five satellites into their orbits. Out of five three are foreign satellites while two are Indian satellites. The launch took place at Satish Dhavan Space centre in Sriharikota district of Andhra Pradesh.

Indian Supercomputer Ranked Low at World Level

Oct 10, 2010
On 07 June 2010 India’s EKA the fastest Supercomputer in India slipped to 33rd ranking in the world according to the latest data released by Top500 at the International Supercomputer Conference in Hamburg,

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