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New tool converts 2-D Patterns to 3-D Objects using light
Researchers have now come up with an innovative way to convert 2-D Patterns Into 3-D Objects using light. ANI

Early European men scarred, pierced, tattooed their penises
A new study of Paleolithic art has suggested that men in prehistoric Europe scarred, pierced and tattooed their penises, likely for ritualistic and social group reasons. ANI

Bullies using 'anonymity' on Facebook to torment victims
Anonymous users are increasingly using Facebook and other social networking sites to torment their victims, which is evidently promoting 'cyber-bullying', a new study has suggested. ANI

Facebook privacy changes may soon require user consent
Facebook will soon require its users' consent before making any changes to the social networking site that results in exposing their profiles and activities to a wider audience. ANI

Conscientious guys 'more likely to wow women on dance floor'
Men with conscientious and socially agreeable personalities are more likely to be viewed as good dancers by women, according to a new study. ANI

Graphite in pencils may bring smaller and faster smart phones, computers
A team of scientists led by an Indian origin is studying graphene, essentially a single layer of the graphite found commonly in our pencils or the charcoal we burn on our barbeques, to use it as an alternative to copper in creating smaller and faster smart phones, tablet computers and other devises. ANI

Soon, jab made from 'tummy fat' cells could halt arthritis
Dutch and French researchers have revealed that a revolutionary jab made from stem cells found in tummy fat could soon stop osteoarthritis in its tracks. ANI

Hewlett Packard tops Greenpeace 'greener electronics' list
Technology giant Hewlett Packard has been named as the most sustainable consumer electronics maker by the campaign group Greenpeace. ANI

Alarming video shows Earth's temperature has risen 1C since 1950s
A new study led by a controversial physicist has claimed that the global land temperature has risen by 1C since the 1950s. ANI

'Most toxic and dangerous' spacecraft likely to hit earth soon
A Russian spacecraft launched this week destined for Mars has yet to leave Earth orbit - and looks increasingly likely to tumble back to Earth with its full tanks of dangerous toxic fuel. ANI

Intensive diabetes treatment halves long-term risk of kidney disease
A new study has found that using intensive therapy to control blood glucose early in the course of type 1 diabetes halves the risk of developing kidney disease later in life. ANI

Illegally downloaded video games 'up by 20% in five years'
The number of illegally downloaded video games have increased by over 20 percent in the past five years, a research firm has suggested. ANI

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