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Watch and Learn: Study Shows How Brain Gains Knowledge Through Observation

Humans have a number of ways to learn how to do new things. One of those ways is through observation: watching another person perform...

New sensor could help prevent food waste

Monitoring the plant hormone ethylene could reveal when fruits and vegetables are about to spoil. As flowers bloom and fruits ripen, they emit a colorless,...

Bacterial enzyme could become a new target for antibiotics

MIT and Harvard University chemists have discovered the structure of an unusual bacterial enzyme that can break down an amino acid found in collagen,...

Darwin’s Theory Of Evolution Finally Proved After 140 Years

"A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life". This is a famous quote. Identified who...

AI finds “smell” genes might have a role beyond the nose

Humans have around 400 “smell-sensing” genes which activate in a combination of ways to allow us to smell the ranges of smells that we...

Microbes Found Deep In Earth Crust For The First Time

Life, something that we living things have, and it’s reasonably good to mention we have infiltrated the Earth. Microorganisms too are part of living...

Scientists Found Out How The New Corona Virus Gets Into Human Cells

CORONA! CORONA! CORONA! It’s the most common term we hear now. Well, this article is not something that tells you again what you’ve listened...

How the brain encodes landmarks that help us navigate

When we move through the streets of our neighborhood, we often use familiar landmarks to help us navigate. And as we think to ourselves,...

Second Person Cured Of HIV Has No Traces Of The Virus Even After 3 Years

Yes. It's true. Another person is now free of the dangerous HIV disease after undergoing a stem cell transplant. The Lancet HIV revealed on...

Mapping Bacterial Neighborhoods in the Gut

The microscopic populations of bacteria in our intestines are, in some ways, just like us: They live in communities, eat, work, reproduce, and eventually...

Some New Insights On One Of The Rarest Neurons Ever

Well, Well, Scientists have brought us another curious information. Do not be surprised if someone asks you whether you recognize spindle neurons or Von...

WHO Stats Say That The Mortality Rate of Corona is 3.4%

The latest news from WHO says that the death rate for the alerting Coronavirus is 3.4 percent which is higher than the previous figures...

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Nepal Refuses Cleanup of Mt. Everest due to Pandemic

Nepal's government deny calls for cleanup of Mount Everest the world's highest mountain due to the corona virus outbreak. Fluorescent tents, discarded climbing equipment, empty...

Comparing Black Holes, White Holes and Worm Holes

Black Hole, White hole, Wormhole. Ew!! Seems like all these space terms are making us puzzled. So I’m back guys with an interesting topic...

Origins of Earth’s magnetic field remain a mystery

Microscopic minerals excavated from an ancient outcrop of Jack Hills, in Western Australia, have been the subject of intense geological study, as they seem...

Google Bans its Employees to use Zoom Video Conferencing Application

Zoom Video Conferencing app is in Limelight these days and is attracted by vast number of users. Due to the COVID-19 lock down in...