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Molecular method promises to speed development of food crops

 Nitesh 01/28/2016

The new study, published in Plant, Cell and Environment, addresses a central challenge of transgenic plant… More...

First warm-blooded lizards switch on mystery heat

 Dr Deepak 01/28/2016

Argentinian black and white tegu  (Salvator merianae), a 60-90-centimetre-long lizard that lives across much of… More...

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BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE

New species of eel found in Bay of Bengal

Scientists have discovered a new species of eel, a snake-like fish, from the northern Bay of Bengal along the West…More...

Male honeybees protect their queens from a sexually transmitted disease

Male honeybees protect their queens from a sexually transmitted disease (STD) by fortifying their seminal fluid with antimicrobial protein and…More...

MEDICAL SCIENCE

Brain volume changes after cognitive behavioral therapy

After just nine weeks of internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy, The brain of patients suffering from social anxiety disorder changes in volume.… More...

Zika’s long, strange trip into the limelight next emerging threat?

Come January of the following year, the same researchers trapped mosquitoes from these canopy platforms and took their bounty back… More...

PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL SCIENCE

Rethink how chemical hazards are tested

Around the world, safety regulations are being revised as new information about the health and environmental effects of chemicals becomes available. In June, US President Barack Obama signed the first… More...

Exoplanet may be brimming with oxygen but not life

A Venus-like exoplanet may have atmosphere with oxygen but not life, researchers report, adding that their magma ocean-atmosphere model can help solve the puzzle of how Venus evolved over time.

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TECHNOLOGY

Earth’s temperature dropped during solar eclipse

A study revealed that the temperature of the Earth dropped during last year’s eclipse of the sun, Britain’s Met office has said.

The Met Office on… More...

DNA dominoes on a chip

Recreating important biological processes in cells to better understand them currently is a major topic of research. Now, physicists at TU Munich and the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot have for… More...

ENVEIRONMENT

Global warming is melting the Greenland Ice Sheet, fast

A new study measures the loss of ice from one of world’s largest ice sheets. They find an ice loss…More...

India ranked 77 in disaster risk index of the world

While Bangladesh is among the top five countries at risk of disaster, India ranks 77 on the World Risk Index…More...