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Gas stoves emit dangerous Nanoparticles, Study

A recent study by Purdue University found that cooking on a gas stove can emit more nano-sized particles into the air than gas or...

Purdue’s computer vision device mimics the human retina

The device is geared to sense change, making it more efficient than digital camera systems.

AI sees through the darkness like daylight

Heat-assisted detection and ranging: A new way to see in the dark.

Multitasking behavior was seen in young women more than in men

Young adult women are more prone to take risks while going downstairs compared to young adult men.

The new AI model aims to fill critical gaps in cybersecurity readiness

Scientists link resources to improve prioritization, spot attacks more quickly.

Supermassive black hole tears apart a giant star

Uncovering a star’s demise.

US dog and cat owners became closer to their pets during COVID-19 pandemic

A new analysis suggests that, during the COVID-19 pandemic, US dog and cat owners became closer to their pets, and a complex relationship unfolded...

New Webb telescope reveals secrets of star structure and building blocks of life

An international team that studies Cassiopeia A, the remnant of a supernova.

Scientists made a groundbreaking discovery in the field of thermal radiation

A new method for generating spinning thermal radiation in a controlled and efficient manner.

Scientists get a first-ever sound recording of dust devils on Mars

The first-ever audio recording of an extraterrestrial whirlwind.

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