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Dengue tail’s tale: How virus evolves to spread more efficiently

A team of scientists has identified how small changes in dengue's viral genome can affect the virus' ability to manipulate human immune defenses and spread more efficiently.

Here’s how our brains may reconstruct past events

A new research has revealed how the human brain might reconstruct past events. When someone tries to remember 1 aspect of an event, such as who they met yesterday, the representation of the entire eve

Solar-powered plane breaks solo flight record across Pacific to Hawaii

A Swiss man attempting to circumnavigate the globe with an aircraft powered only by the sun's energy has broken a world record for the longest non-stop solo flight, the project team said on Thursday.

Solar-powered plane breaks solo flight record across Pacific to Hawaii

A Swiss man attempting to circumnavigate the globe with an aircraft powered only by the sun's energy has broken a world record for the longest non-stop solo flight, the project team said on Thursday.

Yoga practitioners at less risk of inflammatory diseases: Study

Yoga practitioners are at lesser risk of developing inflammation that could lead to cardiovascular diseases, cancer and Alzheimer...

Extracurricular sports may give kids academic boost

Parents, take note! Regular, structured extracurricular sports may help children develop the discipline they need to succeed in the classroom, a new study has found".

Brain activity may help foresee drinking, risky sexual behavior

Researchers may now be able to foresee the stress related drinking issues or risky sexual behavior that young adults may develop via brain activity.

Boat race season commences in Kerala

The season of boat races in Kerala kick started with the Champakulam Moolam boat race yesterday.

Implantable ‘artificial pancreas’ can free diabetics from daily insulin jabs

As per a new study, implantable "artificial pancreas" can help diabetes patients control their blood sugar.

Men with low testosterone level face higher depression symptoms: Study

Men with low testosterone level face higher symptoms of depression, claims a new study.

NASA unveils first plane to fly on Mars

NASA has unveiled a boomerang-shaped aircraft that could be the first to take flight on Mars to look for potential landing sites for future manned mission to the red planet.

Greece debt crisis won’t majorly impact Indian outbound tourism

With the Greece debt crisis, shaking different sectors, tourism is one segment which experts feel won't be affected so badly

SIA to serve ‘Singapore Heritage Cuisine’ till Sept 2015

Singapore Airlines will be serving ‘Singapore Heritage Cuisine’ in all cabin classes over a three-month period to commemorate the nation’s 50th birthday

Aliens may exist and look just like humans: UK scientist

Aliens may actually exist and resemble humans, possessing limbs and a head, and could even have the capacity to think intelligently, a University of Cambridge expert has claimed.

People evolving into smarter, taller beings

A study of populations around the world has suggested that people have evolved to be smarter and taller than their predecessors.

How your brain forms memories unveiled

A team of researchers has made a spectacular discovery, for the first time in human studies, of how memories are formed and new learning takes place.

Our brains have a map for ‘social navigation’

A new study has suggested that human brains may contain a map for social navigation. The brain region that helps people tell whether an object is near or far may also guide how emotionally close they

When it comes to calories, restaurant food just as bad as junk food

If you are satisfied avoiding junk food to avoid calories, but are gorging on restaurants meals, news for you as a new study has claimed that both are equally bad for your waistline.

Diabetic? Implantable ‘artificial pancreas’ can help you track blood sugar

As per a new study, implantable "artificial pancreas" can help diabetes patients control their blood sugar.

Smartphone that can tell you ‘you’re pregnant’ comes closer to reality

One day, your smartphone will be able to tell you that you're pregnant. Researchers at the Hanover Centre for Optical Technologies (HOT), University of Hanover, Germany, have developed a self-containe

For the first time, birth of new planet witnessed

For the first time, scientists are now able to directly study planet formation process at very early stage.

Statins make women ‘angrier’ but men calmer

A new study has linked statins, the hugely popular drug class used to manage blood cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease, to lower aggression in men, but higher in women.

Your diabetes medicine could help you shed kilos

Diabetic and want to lose weight? Now you can do both with help of a single medicine, as a new study has shown that Liraglutide, an injectable diabetes drug, helps people shed kilos.

Trending on Twitter: ‘Things that unite Indians’ catching on

Look what's trending on Twitter! Interestingly Indians have come up with something unique despite of their mid-week office tensions and are trending hashtag #ThingsThatUniteIndians on social networkin

Scientists find potential new HIV therapy

Scientists have discovered a way to block replication of the most common form of HIV at a key moment when the infection is just starting to develop.

Shahid Kapoor’s marriage prep: Like a normal wedding house, says mom Supriya Pathak

Actress Supriya Pathak says wedding preparations of her star son Shahid Kapoor are going on in full swing.

Scientists take inspiration from ‘insect legs’ to perk up aircraft designs

To improve the safety of long tubular structures which are used in aircrafts and hospital equipments to reduce weight, researchers are taking ideas from insect legs.

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