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Let’s Celebrate World Alzheimer’s Day!

World Alzheimer's Day is observed every year on September 21. The Alzheimer's disease is seen in people especially after 65 years of age where...

The Mode Of Imparting Education Leads Educators To Fend For Themselves: Innovator Krishna

Gaps in universality of the mode of imparting education often leads educators to fend for themselves and figure out things on their own, says...

Hire a Skilled SEO Agency to Increase Your Website Traffic

Before you can increase your conversions, potential customers need to be able to find your brand on the internet. A skilled and experienced SEO...

Here’s the First Picture of Another Solar System

The European Southern Observatory has released the first image ever captured by a telescope of multiple planets orbiting around a sun-like star, just like...

This Bacteria Eats Plastic!

By Zlatica Hoke German scientists say they have identified a strain of bacteria that is feeding on polyurethanes, a plastic resistant to biodegradation. A team of...

UHN Collab With Apple To Give Heart Patients Control Over Health

The Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research at University Health Network (UHN) here has collaborated with Apple to give heart failure patients more control...

Alexa in Hindi Celebrates First Anniversary in India, Hopes to Learn More Indian Languages

As Alexa in Hindi celebrates its first anniversary in India, the company is hopeful that her knowledge graph will improve and it will talk...

This Microchip Can Detect Organic Biosignatures in Extraterrestrial Soil

Researchers have developed a fully automated microchip electrophoresis analyzer that, when incorporated into a planetary rover, could someday detect organic biosignatures in extraterrestrial soil. Although...

Researchers Develop World’s Smallest Ultrasound Detector

A team of European researchers has developed the world's smallest ultrasound detector that is based on miniaturised photonic circuits on top of a silicon...

Apple’s First India Online Exclusive Store Set To Transform Purchasing Pattern

The entire online buying experience has been more or less monotonous (read unemotional) for millions in India for years who select the product, fill...

Here Is the Kind of Internet Connection That You Need for Your Browsing

For household and commercial use, everyone is looking out for the best internet connection. The internet has immensely evolved with time, and a need...

Scientists Find Evidence of Formation of an Exoplanet Orbiting a Star

Evidence of the formation of a new Exoplanet has been collected by scientists working at the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) in...

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Researchers have found that people who smoke are increasingly using e-cigarettes to try to quit smoking. The study, published in the International Journal of Environmental...

Blood Protein Test Can Detect Head Trauma in 15 Minutes

In a major study, researchers have discovered that a blood protein test could detect the severity of head trauma in under 15 minutes. According to...

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Actress Adah Sharma is into martial arts, and often shares videos where she can be seen using the Silambam sticks to work out. Follow NewsGram...