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Can algae be promising solution for harvesting green electricity?

Can Algae be used to power smartphones and computers in future?

In a breakthrough, researchers from Concordia University in Montreal have designed a power cell that uses blue-green algae to generate electricity, which could be used to power smartphones and computers in future. The prototype...
Beware! Skin creams contains harmful Steroids; It's use out of control in India

Use of steroids in Indian Skin Creams is ‘Out of Control’, warns expert

Indian Skin Creams contain steroids and its use is 'out of control' in India, warns an Indian expert. According to researchers, steroid named Corticosteroid is finding heavy usage in skin creams due to its anti-inflammatory property,...
NASA celebrates #BlackHoleFriday by tweeting five stunning images

#BlackHoleFriday: Watch five stunning images uploaded by NASA on Twitter

Everyone is celebrating Black Friday, but the American Space Agency has its own style of celebrating the special day by mesmerising people. Like previous three years, this year too NASA is celebrating its #BlackHoleFriday...
NASA assembles first mirror of James Webb telescope to replace Hubble by 2018

NASA: James Webb Telescope receives first mirror installation

NASA has started its venture of replacing the iconic Hubble Telescope with its successor the James Webb Telescope in next two years as it receives the first set of mirrors. Laying the first brick, NASA...
Tap water and salt can make your food toxic: Read this

Prevent your food from getting toxic by salt and tap water, Here’s how

Cooking food with chlorinated tap water and adding iodized salt can make food toxic which adversely affects health, claims new study. A team of researchers from the Hong Kong University has identified some unknown compounds...
Mars largest moon Phobos will die forming a ring-like struture

Mars may kill it’s largest moon Phobos to gain Saturn-like rings

While observing the Mars's largest moon Phobos, astronomers have found that it is slowly and steadily spiralling into the Red Planet. It is expected that the moon will get destroyed in coming years and will...
Eight hour sound sleep can boost memory and learning, finds study

Sleep for eight hours to enhance memory and marks in exams

Eight hour sleep can significantly boost memory and learning, says a new study. According to researchers, students wake up whole night before exams and try to cram up concepts, but it is of no...
Lonely and Socially inactive people get ready to die early, Here's Why

Lonely and Socially inactive people get ready to die early, Here’s Why

People those who do not interact with others and prefer staying isolated are at higher risk of dying early when compared to other people who gel up very easily and have lot of friends,...
Decoded: Why some find it hard to lose weight, protein to be blamed

Decoded: Why some find it hard to lose weight, protein to be blamed

Finally, researchers have explained why it is very hard for some people to lose weight even after hours of workout while some lose weight in a jiffy. According to researchers, the body of fatter people...
Have high resting heart rate? Get ready to die early

Suffering from faster resting heartbeats? Get ready to die early

Do you have higher resting heart rate? If yes, then you are at risk of dying early. According to a new study, faster resting heart rate ups the risk of early death in general...
Surgeon fined Rs 2 lakh for leaving foreign body woman's abodmen

Tripura: Doctor fined Rs 2 lakh for negligence, leaves object in stomach

A doctor in Tripura has been fined for Rs 2 lakh by the District consumer court for leaving a foreign object in women's lower abdomen during surgery. Since, it was the case of negligence...
mBilingual people are better protected against stroke, finds study

Bilingual people are better protected against stroke, Here’s Why

In a new finding, researchers have revealed that bilingual people are twice likely to have normal cognition behaviour soon after strokes when compared to their single language speaking counterparts. People who speak two more...

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