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  • Stephen Hawking's black hole puzzle solved, claims US scientist

    Stephen Hawking's black hole puzzle solved, claims US scientist

    A Michigan State University researcher has claimed to plug the hole in famous theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking's black hole theory.

  • Donate your voice through this new smartphone app!

    Donate your voice through this new smartphone app!

    A new smartphone app may allow people to donate their voice to be customised into synthetic speech for those who are unable to speak, scientists, including one of Indian-origin, said.

  • Indian physicist claims he resolved Black Hole paradox much before Stephen Hawking

    Indian physicist claims he resolved Black Hole paradox much before Stephen Hawking

    A new paper released late last month in which famed British physicist Stephen Hawking contradicts his own theory and says that Black Holes - in the real sense - do not actually exist has startled the world science community.

  • Britain's TV channel to air first live show from space

    Britain's TV channel to air first live show from space

    Britain's Channel 4 said it will air the first-ever live television show from space, tracking the International Space Station though a complete orbit around the Earth.

  • Stephen Hawking reveals trials, triumphs in new film of his life

    Stephen Hawking reveals trials, triumphs in new film of his life

    Cosmologist Stephen Hawking tells the extraordinary tale of how he overcame severe disability to become the most famous living scientist in a new documentary film premiered in Britain today.

  • The Great Science Bake Off

    The Great Science Bake Off

    With the latest series of the Great British Bake Off currently airing, baking is very popular. Records show that many of the world's most celebrated scientists were also keen bakers in their spare time, offering novel takes on familiar recipes.With the latest series of the Great British Bake Off in...

  • 11-year-old UK girl has higher IQ than Albert Einstein

    An 11-year-old schoolgirl in the UK has achieved the highest possible score of 162 on a Mensa IQ test, making her brainier than scientists Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein.

  • Doctors offered to let me die: Stephen Hawking

    Doctors offered to let me die: Stephen Hawking

    UK physicist Stephen Hawking had come so close to death while writing his bestseller 'A Brief History of Time' in 1985 that his doctors offered to switch off his life-support machine, it has emerged.

  • Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis to honeymoon in space?

    Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis to honeymoon in space?

    Hollywood actors Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, who are planning to get married this summer, reportedly want to have their honeymoon in space.

  • I'm just the kid next door, blogs child genius Neha Ramu

    I'm just the kid next door, blogs child genius Neha Ramu

    12-year-old Neha Ramu has an IQ of 162 -the highest possible score on the Mensa test. That makes her smarter than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Here, she shares her story:

  • Meet 12-year-old Neha Ramu, a 'genius' with an IQ higher than Albert Einstein's

    Meet 12-year-old Neha Ramu, a 'genius' with an IQ higher than Albert Einstein's

    After scoring an enviable 162 in an IQ test, this Indian-origin girl now finds herself in the same league with brilliant minds like Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking and Bill Gates. 12-year-old Neha Ramu, an Indian-origin girl in London, is now part o...

  • Test proves 12-year-old Indian girl has higher IQ than Einstein

    Test proves 12-year-old Indian girl has higher IQ than Einstein

    A 12-year-old Indian-origin girl in UK has stunned everyone after she scored an incredible 162 on her IQ test - even higher than Einstein and Stephen Hawking.

  • Intel's new device to enable Stephen Hawking to 'speak' faster

    Intel's new device to enable Stephen Hawking to 'speak' faster

    A team from computer hardware firm Intel have created a device they believe will give the professor the ability to compose five words a minute.

  • One third of Brit kids think Einstein is a reality TV star

    One third of Brit kids think Einstein is a reality TV star

    A third of primary school children in the UK believe Albert Einstein is a reality TV star and one-fourth of them think Stephen Hawking is a hairdresser, a new study has found.

  • Schoolgirl has higher IQ than Einstein, Stephen Hawking

    Schoolgirl has higher IQ than Einstein, Stephen Hawking

    With an IQ of 162, a 12-year-old schoolgirl in UK has been rated brainier than even Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Olivia Manning, from Liverpool, has been accepted into Mensa, the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world after she got a...

  • Stephen Hawking launches supercomputer

    Stephen Hawking launches supercomputer

    Renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has launched the most powerful shared-memory supercomputer in Europe.

  • God Particle: Stephen Hawking says he lost $100 bet over Higgs discovery

    God Particle: Stephen Hawking says he lost $100 bet over Higgs discovery

    Renowned British physicist Stephen Hawking said on Wednesday the Nobel Prize should be given to Peter Higgs, the man who gave his name to the Higgs boson particle. Former Cambridge University professor Hawking also joked that the discovery had actual...

  • iBrain to 'hack' into Stephen Hawking's brain

    iBrain to 'hack' into Stephen Hawking's brain

    Scientists are working with Stephen Hawking to test a groundbreaking device to allow them to 'hack' into the brain of the world-famous British physicist.

  • God didn't create the Universe: Stephen Hawking

    God didn't create the Universe: Stephen Hawking

    British physicist and mathematician Stephen Hawking says no, arguing in his new book that there need not be a God behind the creation of the universe.The concept is explored in "The Grand Design," excerpts of which were printed in the...

  • Many kinds of universes, and none require God

    Many kinds of universes, and none require God

    Stephen Hawking, the most revered scientist since Einstein, is a formidable mathematician and a formidable salesman. "I want my books sold on airport bookstalls," he has impishly declared, and he's learned how to put them there. Mr Hawking's Brief Hi...

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