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Justice Srikrishna calls new Data Protection Bill a blank cheque to the state


Indian Express - Published

Facebook 3D Photos now available for single-camera phones: Here’s how to create and share


Indian Express - Published

GDC 2020 postponed after coronavirus-related cancellations


Indian Express - Published

Singer’s Elliott seeks to replace Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey


Indian Express - Published

Astronomers detect biggest explosion since Big Bang


Indian Express - Published

H0LiCOW: Cosmoboffins still have no idea why universe seems to be expanding more rapidly than expected


The Register - Published

There's a cling-on off the starboard bow... Small moon spotted orbiting asteroid NASA's Lucy will visit in 2027


The Register - Published

Big Falcon explosion as SpaceX successfully demos Crew Dragon abort systems


The Register - Published

In case you wanna launch your boss into the Sun, good news: Earth's largest solar telescope just checked and, yeah, it's still pretty fiery


The Register - Published

Private equity ponies up £2m to help launch satellites from sunny Shetland by next year


The Register - Published

RIP Freeman Dyson: The super-boffin who applied his mathematical brain to nuclear magic, quantum physics, space travel, and more


The Register - Published

Why is there any matter in the universe at all? New study sheds light

Scientists have measured a property of the neutron -- a fundamental particle in the universe -- more precisely than ever before.
Science Daily - Published

Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) imaging features overlap with SARS and MERS

Although COVID-19's imaging features are variable and nonspecific, the findings thus far do show ''significant overlap'' with those of severe acute respiratory syndrome and Middle East respiratory..
Science Daily - Published

COVID-19 a reminder of the challenge of emerging infectious diseases

The emergence and rapid increase in cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), a respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus, pose complex challenges to the global public health, research and..
Science Daily - Published

Physiotherapy could be done at home using virtual reality

Virtual reality could help physiotherapy patients complete their exercises at home successfully thanks to researchers who managed to combine VR technology with 3D motion capture.
Science Daily - Published

Hunter-gatherer networks accelerated human evolution

Humans began developing a complex culture as early as the Stone Age. This development was brought about by social interactions between various groups of hunters and gatherers, a new study has now..
Science Daily - Published

Betelgeuse: A massive star's dying breaths

Betelgeuse has been the center of significant media attention lately. The red supergiant is nearing the end of its life, and when a star over 10 times the mass of the Sun dies, it goes out in..
Science Daily - Published

Examining ice giants of our solar system

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will unlock secrets of the atmospheres of Uranus and Neptune.
Science Daily - Published

Containing methane and its contribution to global warming

Methane is a gas that deserves more attention in the climate debate as it contributes to almost half of human-made global warming in the short-term. A new study shows that it is possible to..
Science Daily - Published

When should you eat to manage your weight? Breakfast, not late-night snacks

The balance between weight gain and weight gain loss is predominantly determined by what you eat, how much you eat, and by how much exercise you get. But another important factor is often neglected.....
Science Daily - Published

Male-killing bacteria linked to butterfly color changes

Like many poisonous animals, the African monarch butterfly's orange, white and black pattern warns predators that it is toxic. Warning patterns like this are usually consistent across individuals to..
Science Daily - Published

Highlighting product greenness may put consumers off buying

New research suggests that companies looking to promote their latest environmentally friendly product should downplay its green credentials if they want consumers to buy it. By highlighting green..
Science Daily - Published

Antioxidant supplements do not improve male fertility

Antioxidant supplements do not improve semen quality among men with infertility, according to a new study.
Science Daily - Published

Cat food mystery foils diet study

How a study aimed at assessing the wildlife impacts of domestic cats was foiled by the mysterious ingredients of cat food.
Science Daily - Published

How much does black carbon contribute to climate warming?

Black carbon particles -- more commonly known as soot -- absorb heat in the atmosphere. For years, scientists have known that these particles are having an effect on Earth's warming climate, but..
Science Daily - Published

An iron-clad asteroid

Mineralogists have discovered a previously unknown phenomenon in soil samples from the asteroid 'Itokawa': the surface of the celestial body is covered with tiny hair-shaped iron crystals. The team..
Science Daily - Published

DNA discovery can lead to new types of cancer drugs

Researchers have discovered that our cells replicate their DNA much more loosely than previously thought. The new knowledge might be useful for developing novel treatments against aggressive forms of..
Science Daily - Published

Paleontologists discover why the oceans are so diverse

Slow, steady evolution in animal groups that contain many different ecological lifestyles has been a key buffer against extinction, the new research shows.
Science Daily - Published

The enemy within: How a killer hijacked one of nature's oldest relationships

Researchers have discovered how a notorious pathogen may have hijacked one of nature's most enduring mutual relationships.
Science Daily - Published

New tool aims to assist military logistics in evacuating noncombatants

Researchers have developed a computational model that can be used to expedite military operations aimed at evacuating noncombatants, disaster response or humanitarian relief.
Science Daily - Published

Oppo blog: The Find X2’s display is making some serious claims


Indian Express - Published

Sugar gets the red light from consumers in new study

Researchers have found that sugar content is the most important factor for people when making healthy food choices -- overriding fat and salt.
Science Daily - Published

Tracking down the mystery of matter

Researchers have measured a property of the neutron more precisely than ever before. In the process they found out that the elementary particle has a significantly smaller electric dipole moment than..
Science Daily - Published

Stress-relief substrate helps OLED stretch two-dimensionally?

Highly functional and free-form displays are critical components to complete the technological prowess of wearable electronics, robotics, and human-machine interfaces. A team created stretchable OLEDs..
Science Daily - Published

Kids eat more calories in post-game snacks than they burn during the game

A new study by public health researchers finds the number of calories kids consume from post-game snacks far exceeds the number of calories they actually burn playing in the game.
Science Daily - Published

Discovering what makes durian fruit stink

Researchers have confirmed the presence of the rare amino acid ethionine in a plant -- or more precisely, in the fruit of the durian tree. Despite its pungent odor, durian is very popular in Southeast..
Science Daily - Published

The first Cell Atlas for the human Thymus

Scientists have composed a complete map of the cells in the developing human thymus. This novel approach with single cell resolution allowed them to identify more than 50 different cell states in the..
Science Daily - Published

Genetic signature boosts protein production during cell division

A research team has uncovered a genetic signature that enables cells to adapt their protein production according to their state. The researchers report that this newly discovered mechanism plays a role..
Science Daily - Published

A dam right across the North Sea

A 475-km-long dam between the north of Scotland and the west of Norway and another one of 160 km between the west point of France and the southwest of England could protect more than 25 million..
Science Daily - Published

Eating a vegetarian diet rich in nuts, vegetables, soy linked to lower stroke risk

People who eat a vegetarian diet rich in nuts, vegetables and soy may have a lower risk of stroke than people who eat a diet that includes meat and fish, according to a new study.
Science Daily - Published

Not falling far from tree: Ecologists study seed-to-seedling transitions

Ecologists studying spatial patterns of seeds and surviving seedlings among trees on Barro Colorado Island observed the Hubbell pattern: A large number of seedlings survived under parent trees compared..
Science Daily - Published

Artificial intelligence can scan doctors' notes to distinguish between types of back pain

Researchers have designed an artificial intelligence model that can determine whether lower back pain is acute or chronic by scouring doctors' notes within electronic medical records, an approach that..
Science Daily - Published

Two sides of a coin: Our own immune cells damage the integrity of the blood-brain barrier

Researchers have shown that microglia, a class of immune cells in the brain, regulate the permeability of the brain's protective barrier in response to systemic inflammation. During inflammation,..
Science Daily - Published

Deep-sea coral gardens discovered in the submarine canyons off south Western Australia

Stunning 'gardens' of deep-sea corals have been discovered in the Bremer Canyon Marine Park by Australian and international scientists during an oceanographic expedition.
Science Daily - Published

Asteroid impact enriches certain elements in seawater

Researchers found two processes immediately after the end-Cretaceous asteroid impact that likely supplied chalcophile elements to the ocean, i.e., impact heating and acid rain. The former produced iron..
Science Daily - Published

Huawei MediaPad M5 Lite 10 with 4GB RAM launched in India: Price, specifications


Indian Express - Published

PUBG Mobile releases new video detailing its ‘Project: Ban Pan’ initiative


Indian Express - Published

Waiter, there's a fly in my waffle: Belgian researchers try out insect butter

Belgian waffles may be about to become more environmentally friendly.
Reuters - Published

Qualcomm clears air on NavIC support on Realme X50 Pro 5G: What you need to know


Indian Express - Published

Scientists show how brain distinguishes lyrics from music

Albouy and his team found that degradation of temporal information impaired speech recognition but not melody recognition. On the other hand, the perception of melody decreased only with spectral..
Zee News - Published

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