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Antarctica in danger due to its drastic climate change

Lot of countries have made Antarctica their base for scientific research since 1959. Drastic change in Antarctica's climate is causing the research centres to rethink about their base location.Various countries maintain their bases for...
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Learn music to respond early during old age: Researcher

A new study in the field of health science has found out that learning how to play a musical instrument early in life may help you react faster and stay alert in golden years...
Scientists spotted new fault in Indian Ocean which can cause quakes

Scientists spotted new fault in Indian Ocean which can cause quakes

The last plate that shook the entire Andaman area in 2012 put human life in danger. Scientist says a new fault is spotted in the Indian Ocean which can soon cause another shock.Recent studies...
Moon

Solar Storm melts soil on Moon, produces Spark: See Image

Recent studies conducted by NASA have found out that Solar storms approaching toward Moon is about to spark the soil on Moon's poles.According to the scientists, such powerful solar storms can allege up the...
venki ramakrishnan

Scientist Venki says awards are milestones for them, just not a prize

Nobel Laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, popularly known as Venki said to media that scientists should not work for awards. Awards must be a milestone for more achievements in the case of scientists.In the award ceremony of the...
Autistic Children

Stress May Prompt Gastrointestinal Issues among Autistic Children: Researchers

Autism is one of the most serious developmental disorders that weaken the aptitude of individuals to correspond and interrelate and a recently published study report has added more concerns to it, as it suggested...
Bell's palsy facial paralysis

Suffering from sudden weakness of one side of face? Beware! There might be problem...

A team of doctors in a research revealed that a sudden weakness of one side of face and difficulty in closing one of the eyelids can be a type of facial paralysis. The team...
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Geologists believe that total weight of Earth’s Technosphere is about 30 trillion tonnes

A global team led by geologists at University of Leicester in the UK has estimated the utter size of the physical structure of the earth’s technosphere. Technosphere of the earth is constituted of the...
Breast Cancer - The TeCake

Powerful Chemotherapy contributes little perk to Early Breast Cancer: Study

Chemotherapy, which is best-known as the cure for cancer is reported to work less to heal the breast cancer in early stage. As indicated by the new study report revealed by a group of...
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Start accepting more Facebook friend requests to live longer, Here’s how?

Here comes an interesting fact which could reveal how long you can live by analysing your social networking activities. In a new study, scientists stated that people who most likely accepts friend requests on...
DNA Profiling could be replaced by Hair Proteins: Study

Yea or Nay: DNA clinches how many kids you’ll have

If you are living with the misconception that the timing of your first kid firmly depends on societal circumstances or your personal decision, then it’s time to rethink because scientists found that, DNA (De-Oxy...
3D videos on your small Smartphone display

Enjoy 3D videos on your small Smartphone display, without any eyewear

No need for any special eyewear to enjoy 3D videos on smartphones. Recent developments have made it possible to prepare smartphone displays that offer both 2D and 3D imaging facility. It means you could...
3D hand

Life-size 3D hand module invented by an Indian-origin scientist

Technological advancements in current epoch are beyond any introduction. Being a part of this highly sophisticated generation, we have kept on witnessing several developments and progressions in various sections, but this time, it is...
joystick like interface invented for smartwatch

Joystick like interface invented for smartwatch

Advancements in technology and inventions of smart gadgets indeed have created a revolution in this era. Designs of several smart devices by the researchers have lessened and made the operations faster, easier and convenient....
Norton by Symantec

Norton by Symantec says ransomware is most dangerous cyberthreat

Norton by Symantec has conducted a research on the one of the most dangerous cyberthreats, ransomware facing by organisations and customers. The ransomware have reached a new level of “maturity and menace”, the company noted.Out of...
A new imaging system can read closed books. “The Metropolitan Museum in New York showed a lot of interest in this, because they want to, for example, look into some antique books that they don’t even want to touch,” says Barmak Heshmat, a research scientist at the MIT Media Lab.

You can read books without opening it with the help of this new tech...

How far you can imagine technology to make our lives easier??? Can it help you in reading a book without opening it? Well, if you are thinking a negative answer, then check out this! A...
Sex is comparatively beneficial for older women than men

Sex is comparatively beneficial for older women than men

Even though human anatomy states that woman loses their inherent urge for engaging in sex after menopause, recent studies have shown that older women are more likely to gain benefits from the act of...
New Born Baby Girl Sleeping

Low birth weight likely to develop abnormal blood glucose in adulthood: Study

A new study concluded that if your new born child weighs quit low, this might lead to serious problems as it could lead to abnormal blood glucose in adulthood. According to the study, those who...
Old Red Wine with Aromatic smell

The cause of old wine aroma decoded by researchers

Have you ever wondered how aged wines give such aromatic smell? Well, a recently done study has found out the real cause behind the scent turning out from old wines. Scientists, during research on...
3-D printing structures that change back to their original shape

Researchers develop 3-D printing structures that can remember shape over time!

After 3-D scanning, we now have 3-D printed structures. These structures after being bent, twisted and stretched at extreme angles can go back to their original shapes as the material remembers its original shape...
Cloth Pollution Mask

Cloth air pollution mask doesn’t work as you expect, claims study

It’s high time to throw our masks and pay attention to our safety from pollution.  For most people, make is the ultimate savior from air contamination and for some; it is the defensive tool...

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