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Video games could be used as a stroke rehabilitation tool

A novel video game that will enable patients recovering from stroke to engage and play as a form of rehabilitation has been developed.

Published on 20th November 2017

Covestro India, Nehru Science Centre and Greenlight 4 Girls partner for #STEM4Girls campaign

A week-long campaign will celebrate the World Science Day for Peace and Development as well as educate and encourage girls to pursue STEM education

Published on 11th November 2017

Trust your palate not server when ordering wine

Ordering a decent wine along with your food might be a tricky affair, but people should themselves take charge of their favourite drink, suggests a new research.

Published on 8th November 2017

Decorated drinking glasses may contain toxic lead

Love to decorate your glassware with art? Beware, the paint used can contain potentially toxic levels of lead and cadmium, increasing health risks, a study has shown.

Published on 6th November 2017

Scientists discover mysterious void inside Great Pyramid

A major cavern has been discovered inside the Great Pyramid and it is the largest discovery made about the pyramids since the 19th century. 

Published on 3rd November 2017

Opioid use behind spike in HIV, Hepatitis C cases

Worldwide nearly one in six people are living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and more than half have been exposed to hepatitis C virus (HCV)

Published on 25th October 2017
Daydreaming

Daydreaming shows your smartness, creativity

Worried about the habit of daydreaming or a wandering mind during meetings in office or at home? Take heart, it may not be as bad as you think, but a sign that you are really smart and creative

Published on 25th October 2017
Vaccine

New vaccine raises hope of ending pneumonia

An experimental vaccine that targets dozens of strains of the bacterium that causes pneumonia has the potential to significantly bring down the number of deaths due to the disease, a new study says.

Published on 21st October 2017
Spacewalk

US astronauts conduct seven-hour spacewalk outside ISS

Two astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have completed a spacewalk to install a new camera system on the orbiting laboratory's robotic arm

Published on 21st October 2017
Calcium-rich Foods

Indians consume less than 400 mg calcium a day: Report

People in India have very low calcium intake – less than 400 mg a day, raising the risk of fractures and osteoporosis, according to a new review of the global calcium map.

Published on 19th October 2017
Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar's Doodle

Google honours astrophysicist Chandrasekhar with doodle 

Google on Thursday dedicated a special Doodle to mark the 107th birth anniversary of India-born US scientist Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar

Published on 19th October 2017
Artificial Pancreas System

This artificial pancreas uses your phone to combat diabetes

Researchers have successfully developed an artificial smartphone pancreas system to continuously monitor glucose levels of the user and automatically deliver appropriate levels of insulin

Published on 16th October 2017
Newborn

Father's nutrition before sex impacts baby's health: Study

A father's diet before sex can play as important a role as nutrition of the expectant mother in delivering a healthy baby, new research suggests.

Published on 13th October 2017

 Jonathan Renouf : Extreme Science to extreme nature

Two new extreme shows bridge the gap between exploring one’s kitchen and the great unexplored outdoors

Published on 13th October 2017
Mosquito

Emerging Zika serotypes may hinder vaccine development

Researchers have warned that the Zika virus is mutating so rapidly that different serotypes of the pathogen could soon appear in the near future, a development that would hinder vaccine development.

Published on 11th October 2017

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