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Thursday 08 December, 2016

Google Glass-type device to soon read your brain

Using Google Glass, a team of researchers is developing a ‘smart’ portable system that will use functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) to measure  More...

Primates didn’t start out with large brains

Brain specialisations such as improved vision preceded the development of large brains in primates, our closest cousins, confirms a new study. “It may be that these early More...

Tapeworms fight to control shared host

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If two tapeworms infect the same host and find themselves at cross-purposes, they may actively sabotage each other in a competition to seize control, new research suggests.  More...

Minute fraction of your suntan comes from beyond our galaxy

When you lie on the beach, your skin comes in contact with a minute fraction of...

Treating metabolic deficiencies may cut depression

Identifying and treating metabolic deficiencies in individuals suffering from depression can help improve symptoms and also...

Junk food commercials trigger unhealthy choices among kids

Junk food commercials on pizzas and burgers during TV programmes influence food choices among children and...

Backup plans may discourage individuals from achieving goals

Making a backup plan while performing a task can reduce the chances of successfully achieving your...
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Plants Reprogrammed To Survive Droughts

Crops and other plants are constantly faced with adverse environmental conditions, such as rising temperatures and lessening fresh water supplies..
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Eco-friendly plastic substitute could reduce dependency on fossil fuels: Indian scientists

Indian scientists have created an environmentally-friendly material from renewable natural marine resources that could eventually replace the fossil fuel-derived plastics commonly..
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