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Plants that may survive climate change

Plants that may survive climate change

New Delhi: Plants that break some of the ‘rules’ of ecology by adapting in unconventional ways may have a higher chance of surviving clim...Read More

Scientists turn waste glass into everyday products

Scientists turn waste glass into everyday products

Melbourne: Melbourne scientists have developed a way to turn waste glass into every day products, such fertilisers, detergents and toothp...Read More

World’s last wilderness might soon vanish

World’s last wilderness might soon vanish

Melbourne: The world’s last wilderness areas are rapidly disappearing due to human activities, according to a study which found that betw...Read More

World’s most diverse set of dinosaur tracks discovered in Australia

World’s most diverse set of dinosaur tracks discovered in Australia

Melbourne: The world’s most diverse set of dinosaur tracks – an unprecedented 21 different types – have been discovered in rocks dating b...Read More

Spider’s deadly venom may avert brain damage

Spider’s deadly venom may avert brain damage

Melbourne: A protein found in the venom of Australia’s deadly funnel-web spider may prevent the human brain from the devastating damage a...Read More

250 million year old Lizard’s fossil found carrying an embryo inside

250 million year old Lizard’s fossil found carrying an embryo inside

Beijing: Scientists have found a remarkable 250 million-year-old “terrible-headed lizard” fossil in China with an embryo inside the mothe...Read More

More than 100 World heritage sites damaged due to Humans activities

More than 100 World heritage sites damaged due to Humans activities

Sydney: Most of the over 100 natural World Heritage sites that are being severely damaged by expanding human infrastructure and land use ...Read More

In a first, Leopard shark gives birth without male

In a first, Leopard shark gives birth without male

Melbourne: Leonie the leopard shark has made a switch that could save her species – becoming the first shark recorded to change from sexu...Read More

Scientists discovered new clusters of microorganisms contributing to climate change

Scientists discovered new clusters of microorganisms contributing to climate change

Melbourne: Scientists have discovered two new clusters of microorganisms contributing to climate change, the second major breakthrough in...Read More

Your health is quite a lot dependent on your workplace

Your health is quite a lot dependent on your workplace

Washington D.C: We spend almost one third of the day in our respective workplaces, so the people or the organization is very much associa...Read More

More exercise needed to cut chronic disease risk

More exercise needed to cut chronic disease risk

Melbourne: People’s engagement in physical activity needs to be at least five times higher than current WHO recommendations to reduce ris...Read More

Spend time with nature to shun depression

Spend time with nature to shun depression

Sydney: A 30-minute walk in the woods each week can help reduce depression and high blood pressure while enhancing mental health, a study...Read More

Newborns can’t actually copy our gestures

Newborns can’t actually copy our gestures

Sydney: If you thought human babies are capable of imitating facial gestures, hand gestures, facial expressions, or vocal sounds right fr...Read More

Swapping butter for veg oil doesn’t guarantee healthier heart

Swapping butter for veg oil doesn’t guarantee healthier heart

Washington D.C: For years, we have been told to cut back on animal fats, such as butter, and replace them with vegetable oils and now, a ...Read More

Steroid use can turn ‘good’ fat into ‘bad’

Steroid use can turn ‘good’ fat into ‘bad’

Sydney: Steroids that are generally given to treat inflammatory diseases can slow down calorie burning in brown or “good” fat, finds a st...Read More

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef hit by ‘worst’ bleaching

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef hit by ‘worst’ bleaching

Canberra: Evidence that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is experiencing its worst coral bleaching on record has renewed calls for the Unit...Read More

Now, find out about love lives of koalas!

Now, find out about love lives of koalas!

Sydney: A team of international scientists working in Australia have tracked the love lives of koalas, uncovering some curious behaviour ...Read More

Scientists Developing Digital  Fun Ways To Treat Neck Pain

Scientists Developing Digital Fun Ways To Treat Neck Pain

Melbourne : Australian scientists are developing an interactive and pain-distracting way to treat neck pain by allowing patients to fly a...Read More

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