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Plutonium Traced in Soil around the Fukushima Nuclear Complex

Apr 9, 2011
Science & Technology Current Affairs 2011. Plutonium was traced in soil around the Fukushima nuclear complex. It may aggravate the problems for Japan to contain the world’s worst atomic crisis

Gene Causing Heart Defects in Children Identified

Apr 9, 2011
Science & Technology Crrent Affairs 2011. A team of scientists, led by Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute in Sydney found in the last week of that a gene called Cited2 is responsible for the heart defects in Children

Gene Mutations Causing Leukaemia Identified by the Scientists

Apr 1, 2011
Scientists, at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute UK, for the first time identified genetic mutations that lead to the development of acute myeloid leukaemia...Current Affairs 2011

Bureau of Energy Efficiency announced BEE Star Label version 1 for Laptops

Mar 31, 2011
Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) announced BEE Star Label version 1 for laptops based on United Sates Energy version 5 guidelines...Current Affairs 2011

Scientists Identified Gene Mutations Which Caused Leukaemia

Mar 30, 2011
Scientists, at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute UK, for the first time identified genetic mutations which caused the development of acute leukaemia.....Current Affairs 2011

World’s First Continuous-flow Artificial Heart Implanted

Mar 29, 2011
Surgeons in Houston successfully implanted the world’s first continuous-flow artificial heart in a 55-year-old patient

Currency Notes Affected with Bacteria According to a Study

Mar 28, 2011
According to a study currency notes and coins carry several kinds of bacteria of which three species are highly infectious-Current Affairs 2011

Sperms Grown First Time in a Test-tube Capable of Fertilizing Eggs

Mar 26, 2011
For the first time Scientists grew sperms in a test-tube, which are capable of fertilising eggs. Current Affairs 2011

A New Technology Called High Tibial Osteotomy Developed to Cure Knee Problems

Mar 25, 2011
A new technology called High Tibial Osteotomy was developed in India in the last week of March 2011 to help people suffering from old age knee pain-Current Affairs 2011

Chinese Scientists Created Cows Capable of Producing Human Milk

Mar 24, 2011
Chinese Scientists, in the third wekk of March 2011, created a herd of more than 200 cows that is capable of producing milk similar to that of humans

British Scientists Discovered Cholesterol Regulating Protein LXR

Mar 22, 2011
British Scientists discovered a cholesterol regulating protein called LXR which plays an important role in the formation of thrombosis a kind of blood clot that can result into heart attacks

Scientists Claimed to Get Breakthrough against Cancer

Mar 14, 2011
In a possible breakthrough in the fight against cancer, scientists in the second week of March 2011 claimed to have discovered evidence that the body's immune cells often share information about foreign substances with each other to ward off the invaders

Modern Humans Originated from Southern Africa

Mar 10, 2011
According to an extensive genetic study, modern humans may have originated from southern Africa

Scientists Provided Explanation on Sunspots

Mar 5, 2011
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, used a computer model of solar activity to explain how the Sun lost its spots and solar storms for a long period

Scientists Genetically Engineered Fungus to Fight against Malaria

Mar 5, 2011
Scientists at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health genetically engineered transgenic fungus to fight against malaria.

Cave Discovered on Moon Could Be Used for Future Human Expeditions

Feb 26, 2011
Chandrayan discovered a cave or the lava tube on the moon which could serve as the base station for human expeditions in future.

Nanoparticle Used as a Cure for Diseases Such as HIV and Malaria

Feb 25, 2011
MIT engineers designed a new type of Nanoparticle

A New Nanotechnology Developed to Make Drinking Water Safer

Feb 24, 2011
A team of Scientists, from the University of Buffalo, synthesized a new kind of nanotechnology to make drinking water safer.

Scientists Launched the Project to Predict Earthquakes

Feb 21, 2011
Scientists launched a project which could predict exactly when and where earthquakes would happen.

NASA Released 360-degree Images of Sun

Feb 8, 2011
NASA released the first 360-degree images and video of the entire sun for the first time.

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