Watch Sri Lanka vs England 1st ODI live streaming & highlights on Star Sports website

May 22, 2014 / No Comments

Both England and Sri Lanka are all set to start the long journey leading up the World Cup today at the Oval in South London even as the hosts try and find quick replacements for the stars that called it a day over the summer in the ODI Series ahead.   The match is set to start at 1 p.m. local time (12 p.m. ...

Poetic Justice: Giant Nanotech Poster In UK Cleanses The Air With Poetry!

May 21, 2014 / No Comments

Put together an innovative scientist who cares for the planet’s well being and an award-winning poet and what do you get? Apparently a giant poster with a poem that promises to clean up the air in more ways than one! Renowned writer Simon Armitage, Professor of Poetry at the University of Sheffield, and Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Science Professor Tony Ryan came together to ...

Cool Drunk Fish Bowl Over The Sober Ones With Bold Moves!

May 21, 2014 / No Comments

Somehow, both smoking and drinking have always carried a sense of ‘coolness’ along with them and it seems like this trait is not exclusive to the human world. In a strange turn of events, it is the drunk fish that always end up being the “designated drivers” of the school, as a recent research showed! Yup, when you think of fish and ...

Watch DD vs KXIP IPL 2014 Match live streaming & highlights on Star Sports website

May 19, 2014 / No Comments

Delhi Daredevils have the chance to defeat the mighty Kings XI Punjab on the home ground at Ferozeshah Kotla, Delhi for the 45th match of IPL 2014 on May 19. Punjab T20 won the toss and elected to field.  The action gets live at 8 pm IST. Follow the live scores here. Watch the match live on Sony Set Max TV channel for Hindi ...

Largest Dinosaur Ever Found In Argentina’s Remote Patagonia Region

May 19, 2014 / No Comments

It might not be a cold-blooded predator like the T. Rex, but paleontologists have just uncovered the remains of what is seemingly the largest dinosaur to have ever roamed the planet. Believed to be an entirely new species of Titanosaur, these giant, four-legged sauropods would have ruled the earth some 90 million years ago. Food was aplenty for these giant at ...

MI vs RR IPL 7: Star Sports and Sony Set Max Live streaming info & highlights

May 19, 2014 / No Comments

Rajasthan Royals are geared in full swing as they take on Mumbai Indians for the 44th match of IPL 2014 on May 19 at Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmadabad. The match starts live at Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmadabad. Catch the live streaming of RR vs. MI only on official website of Star Sports and GoCricket. Watch the match live on Sony Set Max ...

Arsenal vs Hull City: FA Cup Final Live Streaming info and highlights

May 17, 2014 / No Comments

Arsenal is all set to take a major win against Hull City for the FA Cup final scheduled on Saturday, May 17 at  the Wembley Stadium in London. Catch all the action live at 5 p.m. BST/12 p.m. ET, 9:30 p.m. India time. The FA Cup final holds huge importance for both the teams after the last English Premier League in 2013-2014. Here, ...

Major Tropical Storms Steadily Moving From the Equator To the Poles

May 17, 2014 / No Comments

The areas that have been traditionally identified as “tropical storm prone regions” are quickly changing according to the latest study by University of Wisconsin-Madison. A team led by Jim Kossin, a NOAA National Climatic Data Center scientist, states that tropical storms are indeed shifting away from the equator and towards the poles at a rate of 33 to 39 miles per ...

Ancient Skull In An Underwater Cave Reveals Origins Of Early Native Americans

May 16, 2014 / No Comments

Some of the greatest discoveries on the planet were accidents, but a whole different kind of accident is revealing the origins of the first Native Americans to modern science. The skull of a young girl who fell into the Hoyo Negro underwater cave in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula is unraveling new details about early Native Americans and their genetic lineage. The remains of ...

An Asteroid Winter Responsible For Dinosaur Extinction 66 Million Years Back

May 15, 2014 / No Comments

The extinction of dinosaurs is one of the most hotly debate topics among paleontologists across the world. Thanks to Hollywood’s impressive portrayal of these giants that once ruled the planet, ‘dinosaur wipeout’ is a topic that also generates plenty of interest among the casual science buff. And researchers seem to have finally stumbled across a definitive answer. A huge asteroid that crashed into ...