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New Material ‘State’ Discovered By Indian Scientists Boosts Quantum Technology

Indian scientists have discovered a new "exotic and strange" state of materials that alters their physical properties in presence of an electromagnetic field, leading...

Indian Scientists Develop Low-Cost Optical Spectrograph That Can Locate Distant Galaxies, Quasars

Keeping in mind Prime Minister's call to develop technology in all spheres, Indian scientists have indigenously designed and developed a low-cost optical spectrograph. This...

UNSECO: Women Career Scientists Still Face Gender Bias

Women still account for only 28 percent of engineering graduates and 40 percent of graduates in computer science and informatics, said a forthcoming UNESCO...

Scientists Ask For Strict Measures To Restrict New Covid-19 Strain

With new Covid-19 strains reported from several parts of the world giving fresh threats to the fight against the pandemic, a group of scientists...

Top 10 Emerging Technologies Of 2020

While scientists developed vaccines against Covid-19 in a record time this year, emerging technologies like high-tech replacements for human volunteers could make clinical trials...

Report: How Brain Distinguishes Speech From Noise

Scientists have given physiological evidence that a pervasive neuromodulation system - a group of neurons that regulate the functioning of more specialized neurons -...

Identifying Mosquitoes Through App By Buzzing Sound

The high-pitched whine of a mosquito is annoying, but scientists have developed an app that uses that sound to detect dangerous mosquitoes. Mosquitoes kill hundreds...

Musicians and Brain Scientists Together For A Virtual Event

The Last Dance, to be held on November 18 virtually, will feature talks and performances by brain scientists and musicians. Attendees can get to learn...

Scientists Discover Multiple Liquid Water Lakes on Mars

A team of scientists studying data from a satellite orbiting Mars say they have discovered evidence of several lakes of what they believe is...

New Evidence May Show How Water Originated on Earth

A study published this week offers evidence regarding how water originated on Earth, and the clues come from some of the oldest rocks in...

Air Pollution Linked to Higher BP, Hypertension Risk: Study

By Sumit Saxena For a major part of north India, air pollution is a menacing issue and last year during the winter season, pollution led...

‘Dent’ in Earth’s Magnetic Field Continues to Expand, Weaken in Intensity

A dent in Earth's magnetic field over South America and the southern Atlantic Ocean is expanding westward and continuing to weaken in intensity, according...

Scientists Decode Order in Which Covid-19 Symptoms Begin to Appear in Humans

Researchers have found the likely order in which Covid-19 symptoms first appear -- fever, followed by cough, muscle pain, and then nausea, and/or...

Covid-19 Induced Lockdowns May Escalate Obesity

In an eye-opening study, scientists have warned that locking down society to combat Covid-19 creates psychosocial insecurity that leads to obesity and may escalate...

People Who Play VR Games Can Develop Higher Navigational Efficiency

Adding to the growing list of studies, a new study has said that individuals playing a virtual reality (VR)-based game can develop higher navigational...

Incubation Period of Covid-19 Higher Than Previously Estimated: Scientists

Chinese scientists have come up with a new estimate for the incubation period of Covid-19, which is around 7.76 days, longer than previous estimates...

Mass Science: Fitbit Devices to Digitally Detect Covid-19

In a fight against novel coronavirus, the researchers have developed a free mobile app which will allow scientists to investigate the use of wearable...

Scientists Find One of Earth’s Blackest Materials on a Fish

Researchers have discovered one of the blackest materials on Earth – material that reflects less than .5 percent of the light that hits it...

Researchers Discover Good Gut Bacteria With Potential to Reduce Heart Disease Risk

Researchers have discovered that one of the good bacteria found in the human gut has the potential to reduce the risk of heart disease. The...

Earth’s Magnetic Field May Change 10 Times Faster Than Previously Thought

Scientists using simulations in the lab have revealed that changes in the direction of the Earth's magnetic field may take place 10 times faster...

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