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Indore: First time, foreigner to deliver convocation address at IIT-I

Indore: First time, foreigner to deliver convocation address at IIT-I

Professor Jeffrey S Kargel from USA is going to be chief guest of the 7th convocation of IIT Indore.

Why our ageing brains require custom care

Why our ageing brains require custom care

There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach to ageing brain health, says Lee Ryan, professor and head of the University of Ariz...Read More

Your ‘boo’ can lower your blood pressure

Your ‘boo’ can lower your blood pressure

New York: Having a romantic partner present — even in your mind — can help you keep blood pressure down in daily stressful situations, sa...Read More

Your shoes are home to thousands of bacteria

Your shoes are home to thousands of bacteria

Washington: On an average, a shoe harbours “hundreds of thousands of bacteria per square inch,” suggests a study. So is it worth it to al...Read More

Virtual reality soon to cheer up sad spouses

Virtual reality soon to cheer up sad spouses

Online virtual support, an effective option for older adults is a technology that allows widows and widowers to interact in real time wit...Read More

Regular naps may help kids learn language better

Regular naps may help kids learn language better

New York: Toddlers who regularly take naps may develop better language skills than those who do not take a nap, researchers say. The find...Read More

Soon, lie-detecting security kiosks at airports!

Soon, lie-detecting security kiosks at airports!

Los Angeles: You may need to convince a computer that you are telling the truth during future airport security checks, thanks to a new li...Read More

Humorous ads may hurt brand name

Humorous ads may hurt brand name

New York: Advertisements that make people laugh are not always in the best interest of brands and can prove to be harmful, warn a study t...Read More

Climate changing ‘too fast’ for plants, animals to adapt

Climate changing ‘too fast’ for plants, animals to adapt

Washington: Many species will not be able to adapt fast enough to survive climate change, with amphibians, reptiles and plants being part...Read More

NASA’s first-ever asteroid mission set for launch

NASA’s first-ever asteroid mission set for launch

Washington: Bolted to the top of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket, NASA‘s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will lift off on Thursday to study...Read More

NASA set to unravel giant asteroid that can hit Earth

NASA set to unravel giant asteroid that can hit Earth

Washington: A near-Earth asteroid that is coming towards our planet after being dislodged by a gravitational pull can indeed strike us an...Read More

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Dark streaks on Mars may indicate flowing water!

Washington: Recurring slope linae, dark streaks that change seasonally, on Martian slopes indicate presence of flowing water, according t...Read More

Visual perception declines with age, shows study

Visual perception declines with age, shows study

New York: Older adults experience deficits in inhibition or the ability to do away with the distractions, which can affect how quickly th...Read More

Blue light can make your brain react faster

Blue light can make your brain react faster

New York: Exposure to blue light for a short period can help you make difficult decisions faster up to 40 minutes after the exposure had ...Read More

Internet of Things powers better traffic management in US

Internet of Things powers better traffic management in US

New York: In yet another success for the Internet of Things (IoT) technology, a team of US researchers has developed a system to ease veh...Read More

Elect better politicians who actually care about people and not their own personal gain: Lujendra Ojha

Elect better politicians who actually care about people and not their own personal gain: Lujendra Ojha

This summer, NASA announced the findings of your latest study: the streaks are indeed flowing water on present-day Mars. How significant ...Read More

First image of planet in making captured

First image of planet in making captured

Washington :  In a first, astronomers have captured the photo of a planet in making, located in a star 450 light years away from Earth, r...Read More

This is how  wounds heal

This is how wounds heal

New York : A multi-disciplinary research team has discovered how cells know to rush to a wound and heal it – opening the door to new trea...Read More

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