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Piranha-like fish that menaced Jurassic seas unearthed

Named Piranhamesodon pinnatomus, it is the earliest known example of a bony fish able to slice flesh rather than simply swallowing prey. Read More : Piranha-like fish that menaced Jurassic seas unearthed Courtesy : The Hindu - Science & Technology

How queer-friendly is your doctor?

LGBTQ activists talk about the four problems they face when it comes to accessing health Read More : How queer-friendly is your doctor? Courtesy : The Hindu - Science & Technology

NASA names gamma-ray constellations after Godzilla, Hulk

The names also include famous landmarks, such as Sweden’s recovered warship, Vasa, the Washington Monument and Mount Fuji in Japan. Read More : NASA names gamma-ray constellations after Godzilla, Hulk Courtesy : The Hindu - Science & Technology

The changing face of health communication

How the shift from cure to prevention, from exclusion to inclusion, and from prescriptive to personalisation is being made in the healthcare industry Read More : The changing face of health communication Courtesy : The Hindu - Science & Technology

China’s melting glacier draws tourists amid climate worries

Baishui has lost 60% of its mass and shrunk 250 m since 1982 Read More : China’s melting glacier draws tourists amid climate worries Courtesy : The Hindu - Science & Technology

Rare 5 kg moon rock auctioned for over $600k

An extremely rare lunar meteorite — comprised of six fragments that fit together like a puzzle — has been sold for $612,500, according to US-based RR Read More : Rare 5 kg moon rock auctioned for over 0k Courtesy : The Hindu - Science & Technology

The need for disclosure

Tuberculosis patients in India are frequently ignorant of drug side-effects Read More : The need for disclosure Courtesy : The Hindu - Science & Technology

Bacteria to degrade toluene

IIT(BHU) researchers succeed in degrading toluene to less-toxic byproducts Read More : Bacteria to degrade toluene Courtesy : The Hindu - Science & Technology

Ten breakthroughs that made India proud

Our Science Correspondent writes about scientists and pioneers whose achievements sowed the seeds of scientific temper in the country Read More : Ten breakthroughs that made India proud Courtesy : The Hindu - Science & Technology

Mother Power — harnessing of solar power

Women in Rajasthan villages harness solar power with expert training from Barefoot College in Ajmer. Read More : Mother Power — harnessing of solar power Courtesy : The Hindu - Science & Technology

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When immunity goes awry {$excerpt:n} A national registry of primary immunodeficiency disorders offers hope for early diagnosis and treatment Source: The Hindu - Science & Technology

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