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Women perform better in teams
A study has proved that women compete better when they are in a team as compared to men who give more preference to the role of an individual. ANI

Do honeybees really have their own language?
Researchers in Scotland are trying to test a theory that honeybees have an entire language previously unknown to humans using sound-monitoring computers. ANI

Now, buy footwear of your choice from a vending machine
Australia is following the emerging trend of selling customer goods through vending machines with thongs - footwear of choice for Aussies everywhere. ANI

Now, Facebook users can screen which pics they are tagged in
Facebook has launched a new privacy setting, which allows users to screen which pictures they are tagged in before they appear online. ANI

NASA's Fermi Telescope detects 1,873 new light sources in the universe
NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space telescope has detected 1,873 new objects shining with the highest-energy form of light in the universe. ANI

'Cheap' jelly batteries promise lighter laptops, more efficient electric cars
Researchers from the University of Leeds have developed a new polymer jelly that replaces the volatile and hazardous liquid electrolyte currently used in most lithium batteries. ANI

Twitter now has 100 million active users
The micro-blogging site Twitter has revealed that its active users have passed the 100 million mark. ANI

New EvoFIT technology offers faster way to beat crime!
A new generation of computer technology is revolutionising crime fighting by creating startlingly accurate pictures of wanted criminals. ANI

Arctic ice level drops to new historic minimum
German researchers have revealed that the area covered by Arctic sea ice reached its lowest point this week since the start of satellite observations in 1972. ANI

NASA launches GRAIL probes to map moon's interior
Two probes launched by NASA will study the moon's internal structure in unprecedented detail, shedding light on whether a second moon crashed into it long ago. ANI

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