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Another Smallest Amphibian discovered in Sri Lanka

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 A smallest frog was discovered in the area of Agra Bopath by researchers M M Bahir and Meegaskumbura, the findings were done in 2005 while the research of this species took 6 years.

Last Updated on Saturday, 02 May 2015 17:45 Read more...
 

New Findings for Cancer

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A cure for heart diseases and cancer have been discovered by the researchers of Sabaragamuwa University, Sri Lanka. Senior lecturer Madumani Amarathunga stated that some fruits can control heart diseases and cancer. 

Last Updated on Saturday, 02 May 2015 23:15 Read more...
 

Climate Change Driving Tropical Birds to Higher Elevations

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Tropical birds are moving to higher elevations because of climate change,

but they may not be moving fast enough to keep up,

according to a new study by Duke University researchers.

Last Updated on Saturday, 02 May 2015 23:34 Read more...
 

Tissue Culture to Protect Rare Plants

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 University Students of Colombo, Sri Lanka have initiated to grow rare plants though tissue culture. Vice chancellor of Colombo University Mrs.Hiriburegama stated that research activities are underway to produce more rare plants so far.   

Last Updated on Monday, 04 May 2015 22:45 Read more...
 

පටක රෝපණය මඟින් දුර්ලභ ශාක ව්‍යාප්ත කිරීම ඇරඹේ

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කොළඹ විශ්ව විද්‍යාලයේ විද්‍යා පීඨයේ පශ්චාත් උපාධි සිසුන්ගේ දායකත්වයෙන් සිදු කරනු ලබන පර්යේෂණයක ප‍්‍රතිඵලයක් ලෙස මෙරටට ආවේනික දුර්ලභ ශාක, පටක රෝපණය මඟින් ව්‍යාප්ත කිරීමේ පර්යේෂණ ආරම්භ කර ඇති බව කොළඹ විශ්ව විද්‍යාලයේ උපකුලපති මහාචාර්ය හිරිඹුරේගම මහත්මිය පැවසීය.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 October 2011 15:02 Read more...
 
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