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20 April 2016

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The Man in the Zoo – From Radio Diaries

Source: http://www.radiodiaries.org/the-man-in-the-zoo/

From Radio Diaries: In 1906, New York’s Bronx Zoo was the largest zoo in the world. More than 800 birds, […]

02 April 2016

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Why ‘CRISPR’ Is A Hot Topic Among Scientists – ‘CRISPR’ a tool that edits DNA and yes it can change the way we live

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It’s hard to explain what CRISPR is but this Podcast will help you to digest this idea very well. It’s […]

18 November 2015

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Just a quarter inch (five millimeters) long, male peacock spiders are known for their brightly colored backs and mating dances.

The Amazing Peacock Spider

  The Amazing Peacock SpiderWatch: Just a quarter inch (five millimeters) long, male peacock spiders are known for their brightly […]

09 August 2015

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Knowledge Share: Wanna know the secret behind long life?

When TED Runs Out of “Ideas Worth Spreading” - The Airspace

‘A candle loses nothing by lightening another candle’ so hit like and follow me. Appreciation is very cheap now a days, just a […]

09 August 2015

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Tech Share: Raffaello D’Andrea: The astounding athletic power of quadcopters

Tech Share: Raffaello D’Andrea: The astounding athletic power of quadcopters

This one is great, don’t skip…good stuff comes if you keep the riythem and don’t lose it

28 June 2015

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Knowledge Share: Transformation from caterpillar to butterfly, the most inspiring wonders of the nature.

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Most of us who are interested in biology know that the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly is just so mysterious. Its […]

19 June 2015

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My Take on Tidal’s Lossless music streaming service and  new audio file format ‘STEMS’ from Native Instruments.

Digital Music File Types The other day, while I was Skyping with one of my old friend he came across […]

15 June 2015

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Knowledge Share: The first human cells grown in a lab that were “immortal”

HeLa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Henrietta Lacks (circa 1945–1951) whose cells were used to create the HeLa cell line The other day I was listening […]

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