Pranjal Mehar

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Scientists finally found the secrets of deadly Nipah virus

A recent outbreak in India of Nipah virus encephalitis, an often-lethal viral disease with no cure, has set off international alarms over the virus’s …

Particles

New method that allows a blind to see again

Scientists financed by the National Eye Institute (NEI) have switched congenital visual blindness in mice by changing supportive cells in the retina …

Neuroscience

Scientists captured Sprawling galaxy cluster hiding in plain sight

Scientists at the MIT have captured a sprawling new galaxy cluster hiding in plain sight. They found that the cluster which is mere 2.4 billion …

The Nasa’s Parker Solar Probe is headed for the Sun

Parker Solar Probe is a planned NASA robotic spacecraft to probe the outer corona of the Sun. It will approach to within 8.86 solar radii from the …

Parker Solar Probe

To keep running a page with a ‘large audience,’ Facebook wants proof of where you live

Anyone who manages a Facebook page that has a “large audience,” which is the somewhat nonspecific language Facebook uses in a new blog post today, …

Social Media

Study provides new insights on how sense of smell develops

Dogs have a good sense of smell. Through just a smell, they can identify any object, person etc. Among dogs and other animals that rely on smell, at …

Stem Cells

Developing a Church where People Worship an AI God

Artificial Intelligence has officially propelled billion-dollar organizations, broad research projects, and situations of both greatness and fate. …

Artificial Intelligence

Beer is good for your health, new research suggests

A new research suggests that drinking beer is good for your health. The study also suggests that doctors should be aware of the growing evidence …

Holistic Medicine

Bermuda Triangle mystery ‘solved,’ scientists claim

The Bermuda Triangle is a mythical section of the Atlantic Ocean roughly bounded by Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico where dozens of ships and …

Single-cell RNA profiling

Single-cell RNA sequencing has emerged as an indispensable tool to dissect the cellular heterogeneity and decompose tissues into cell types and/or …

Optical fibers that can “feel” the materials around them

Until now, the optical fiber had different applications. Now, EPFL scientists have come up with a new method that enables optical fibers to identify …

Nanotech

On-chip optical filter processes wide range of light wavelengths

MIT scientists have recently developed an on-chip optical filter that can process optical signals from across an extremely wide spectrum of light at …

Nanotech

Symphony of stars: The science of stellar sound waves in space

Astronomers suggest that the stars in space play continuous sounds like a concert. The biggest stars make the lowest, deepest sounds, like tubas and …

Magnetism

A new online health calculator can help predict heart disease risk, estimate heart age

Cardiovascular disease is the 2nd leading cause of death in Canada. Also known as ischemic heart disease or coronary heart disease, it refers to the …

Biomedicine

Electrons slowing down at critical moments

In a crystal, All atoms shape an intermittent structure called a lattice, where the molecules are arranged in a tedious example in three dimensions. …

Scientists discovered the world’s oldest colors

Researchers from ANU and abroad have found the most seasoned colors in the geological record, 1.1 billion-year-old brilliant pink shades extricated …

Scientists created AI from DNA

Caltech scientists have recently developed an AI made out of DNA that can tackle a classic machine learning problem by precisely recognizing written …

Creating displays with richer colors

Current commercial display technologies such as OLEDs (organic light-emitting diodes) and QLED (quantum dot light-emitting diodes) can only produce …

Seriously, Juice Is Not Healthy

Obesity affects 40 percent of adults and 19 percent of children in the United States and accounts for more than $168 billion in health care spending each year. Sugary beverages are thought to be one of the major drivers of the obesity epidemic. These drinks (think soda and sports drinks) are the …

Holistic Medicine

High blood pressure in pregnancy linked to mother’s heart function

The examination, drove by Imperial College London and analysts from the Universities of Bristol and Cambridge, additionally recommend pregnant women …

How to start a nanomotor?

A great many people have never known about them, but then every living being needs them to survive: fine projections of cells known as cilia. They …

Fears are wreaking havoc on millennials lives

According to a new study, millennials are more fearful of having no Wi-Fi (24%) than they are of snakes (16%). The study suggests that 21st-century …

Scientists identified brain cells responsible for removing damaged neurons after injury

In each tissue of the body, dead and dying cells should rapidly be evacuated to keep the development of inflammation, which could trigger the demise …

Decoding molecule that gives living tissues their flexibility

For the first time, MIT specialists have decoded the molecular structure of the complex molecule, tropoelastin, and additionally the details of what …

Serotonin speed up the learning

Serotonin is one of the principal chemicals that nerve cells use to communicate with each other, and how it impacts behavior is still not clear. For …

Simple chemical process that may have led to the origin of life on Earth

Scientists at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, has demonstrated that reactions of alpha-hydroxy acids, like the alpha-amino acids that make …

India’s first robotic telescope opens its eyes to the universe

India’s newest telescope located at the Indian Astronomical Observatory (IAO) at Hanle in Ladakh has started observing the skies. The country’s first …

Exercise after heart attack could save your life

According to research presented today at EuroPrevent 2018, a European Society of Cardiology Congress, physical activeness after heart disease could …

Meditation and aerobic exercise helps women recover after sexual assault

According to a new study by the Rutgers University, women who are sexually assaulted and experience the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder …

Hunting molecules to find new planets

Each exoplanet rotates around a star, similar to the Earth around the Sun. This is the reason it is for the most part difficult to acquire pictures …