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Study compassing more than 40 years finds connection between slow walking and faster ageing

As per a latest research, slow walking might be associated with a major deficit in cognitive and physical health. From a longitudinal study of...

Mouse brain tissue kept alive for several weeks in laboratory

Researchers from Japan have kept small portions of mouse brain tissue alive and viable for a period of 25 days, isolating in a culture....

For the first time, meat has been grown in space

Technology has changed almost every aspect of our lives and now it is also influencing the way astronauts eat food. The first astronauts took...

Curiosity obtains traces of salt in the last lakes of Gale Crater

The lakes on Earth turn salty on drying out and the same incident happened when the Curiosity Mars climbed to identify the younger rocks....

Researchers awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for their discovery of cells adapting to low oxygen

The Nobel Assembly has awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to William Kaelin, Sir Peter Ratcliffe, and Gregg Semenza for their...

More than half of the trees native to Europe are at risk of dying

The International Union for Conservation of Nature has reported that more than half of the known trees in Europe are at the risk of...

Researchers find application of Golden Ratio in the human skull

A new study has compared human skulls to other animals resulting in the claim that our heads tend to follow the golden ratio -...

Engineered viruses could fight drug resistance

In the battle against antibiotic resistance, many scientists have been trying to deploy naturally occurring viruses called bacteriophages that can infect and kill bacteria. Bacteriophages...

Scientists study how wasps learn for better trap

On lingering warm fall days, hungry wasps are often unwelcome guests at picnics and tailgates, homing in on hamburgers and buzzing bottles. It’s worse in...

Scientists detect new structures in tooth enamel to explain its incredible strength

A recent glance at the nanostructure of tooth enamel helps to explain the unbelievable resilience of the hardest substance in the human body. The outer...

Delivery system can make RNA vaccines more powerful

Vaccines made from RNA hold great potential as a way to treat cancer or prevent a variety of infectious diseases. Many biotech companies are...

Researchers discover nematode with three sexes in Mono Lake

Mono Lake in California is a hostile location for the majority of life forms similar to the Antarctic deserts or the deepest parts of...

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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...