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Soon, robots may help teach math to kids

Washington: Scientists have developed a social robot that may help teach math to school children and can be customised with handcrafted m...Read More

Huge water bodies found on Mars

Huge water bodies found on Mars

Houston: Scientists have discovered one of the largest water reservoirs on Mars, in the form of ice layers buried over a kilometre beneat...Read More

‘Spidey senses’ could help self driving cars avoid crashes

‘Spidey senses’ could help self driving cars avoid crashes

Washington: Scientists are incorporating spider-inspired sensors into the shells of autonomous drones and cars so that they can better de...Read More

AI that sees like humans

Houston: Scientists have trained an artificial intelligence (AI) system to see things the way humans do, by inferring an environment with...Read More

Century-old mystery of Voynich code solved

Century-old mystery of Voynich code solved

London: Scientists say they have decoded the Voynich manuscript, a mysterious medieval code whose purpose and meaning has eluded scholars...Read More

AI overtakes humans in predicting death, heart attack risk

AI overtakes humans in predicting death, heart attack risk

London: Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that is better than human doctors at predicting the risk of hear...Read More

Scientists, post your selfies everyday!

Washington: Social media has become an inevitable part of everyone’s lives, be it celebs or scientists. A new study has found that scient...Read More

Don’t cry over spoilt milk

Don’t cry over spoilt milk

Washington: Scientists have developed a sensor that can tell if milk has gone bad, an advance that could make expiration dates on cartons...Read More

Soon, patients will go under the radar

Soon, patients will go under the radar

Toronto: Scientists have developed a radar system that can wirelessly monitor the vital signs of patients, eliminating the need to hook t...Read More

Artificial mother-of-pearl created using bacteria

Washington: Scientists have used bacteria to create synthetic mother-of-pearl that is tough but bendable, and could be used as medical im...Read More

AI robots to do your  household chores

AI robots to do your household chores

Los Angeles: Scientists have developed a robot that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to master intricate human tasks, and could one day ...Read More

Vitamin-C doses may shorten ICU stay

Vitamin-C doses may shorten ICU stay

London: Administering vitamin C to patients in intensive care unit (ICU) can help shorten their stay, scientists say. The researchers fro...Read More

River water persisted on Mars much later than thought

Washington: Water from rivers on Mars persisted on at hundreds of locations on Red Planet much later into its history than previously tho...Read More

Computer tool predicts risk of deadly irregular heart beats

Computer tool predicts risk of deadly irregular heart beats

Washington: Scientists have developed a computer system that can accurately predict which patients with a rare heart condition will suffe...Read More

Wood-based flexible tech creates electricity from body heat

Wood-based flexible tech creates electricity from body heat

Washington: Scientists, including one of Indian origin, have transformed a piece of wood into a flexible membrane that generates power fr...Read More

AI discovers two planets from space telescope data

Houston: Scientists have used artificial intelligence (AI) to uncover two more hidden planets in the data collected by the Kepler space t...Read More

Is magnetoreception the new human sense?

Is magnetoreception the new human sense?

Washington: Many people are able to unconsciously detect changes in the Earth’s magnetic fields, according to scientists who claim to hav...Read More

Soon, a test will tell you if your online date is trustworthy

Soon, a test will tell you if your online date is trustworthy

Washington: Is your Tinder date trustworthy? Scientists are developing an online polygraph that could spot liars from the words they writ...Read More

What makes humans trust robots?

Toronto: Scientists are exploring how robots persuade and build trust with humans, which could guide the development of artificial intell...Read More

Soon, printed skin to heal your wounds

Soon, printed skin to heal your wounds

Washington: Scientists have created a first-of-its-kind mobile system that can printed a layer of skin directly on a person’s wound. Chro...Read More