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Babies can connect language to ethnicity, confirms research

A new study in the field of Developmental Psychology confirms that infants can link language with ethnicity. The study led by a team from the University of British Columbia concluded that 11-month old babies when conversing in Cantonese looked often…

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Courtship pattern among male wolf spiders makes them an easy prey

Scientists from the University of Cincinnati have directed research efforts in analyzing courtship dance of wolf spiders, in which the spiders wave their furry forelegs in the air. According to the study published in the journal, Behavioural Processes, this characteristic…

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Plans underway for Britain’s first hydrogen powered train

‘Hydroflex’ trains are launched in the UK for the first time. Created by Porterbrook, a rail rolling stock company, in collaboration with Birmingham University’s centre for Railway Research, hydrogen trains are termed as ‘the greenest trains’. They are based on…

Van Gogh’s suicide gun auctioned exorbitantly

Iconic artist Vincent van Gogh committed suicide on July 27, 1890. In a field near Auvers-sur-Oise, north of Paris, the artist shot himself. Now, the revolver with which Van Gogh shot himself has been sold for €162,500 (£144,000; $182,000). Allegedly…