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World's foremost science journal gets Indian-American editor

Nothing stops you, except you, except your own imagination and your ability to do hard work, says Dr Inder M Verma. The Salk Institute molecular biologist, who was appointed editor in chief of the......

Viagra may be the panacea for many ills

New research conducted by Queen's researchers has given fresh insights into why Viagra may be the panacea for many health conditions, including heart attacks and strokes. Lead researcher Donald......

Stored blood may do more harm than good

Blood begins to lose nitric oxide, a key gas that opens up blood vessels to facilitate the transfer of oxygen from red blood cells to oxygen-starved tissues, as soon as it is stored in blood banks......

Indian-American scientist wins prestigious prize

Indian American scientist V Ramanathan, along with economists Jeffrey Vincent and Maximilian Auffhammer, share the prestigious Cozzarelli Paper of the Year Prize for 2007.Ramanathan, a Scripps......

Want full day's nutrition in one serving?

Researchers have used genetic engineering manipulating an organism's genes, to make tomatoes that offer a full day's worth of the nutrient in a single serving. Folate is one of the most vital......

'Facebook 'likes' can reveal your intimate secrets'

Your Facebook 'likes' could be revealing more than even you know about your intimate life!Researchers were able to accurately infer a Facebook user's race, IQ, sexuality, substance use and......
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London, Dec 6 Continuous usage of caesarean sections or c-section may be impacting human evolution as more mothers now need surgery to deliver a... ...

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Neolithic Syrians were first to domesticate cereals

It is now clear that Neolithic Syrians were the first to grow cereals which are staple foods worldwide. The discoveries, made at the Tell Qarassa... ...

http://www.netindia123.com/netindia/showdetails.asp?id=3006927&n_date=20161206&cat=India
Syrian crisis altered region's land, water resources

Washington | The Syrian civil war and subsequent refugee migration caused sudden changes in the region's land use and freshwater resources,... ...

http://metrovaartha.com/en/2016/12/06/syrian-crisis-altered-regions-land-water-resources/
In a first, human thought mapped

Washington, December 4: American scientists have, for the first time, successfully tracked human thought by imaging rapidly fluctuating brain... ...

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Your toddler may know when you are lying

Photo source: Thinkstock Singapore The next time you try to tell a lie or simpler versions of truth to your kids, be careful. A new study has... ...

http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/science-technology/story/330493.html

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