Washington: The inability to identify scents is a strong predictor of death within five years in older adults, a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher has found.
Washington: Scientists have developed a paint-on, see-through, "smart" bandage that glows to indicate a wound's tissue oxygenation concentration.
The bandage created by team of
Melbourne: In a new research, the scientists have combined human eyes and rat brain together in a robot, to enable it navigate intelligently.
The researchers at Queensland University
Washington: With Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi "providing a new momentum", the US has suggested four areas where India and the US can enhance collaboration in energy and sustainable
New York: Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a material that comes very close to being "ideal" for solar absorption.
The material is a 2D
Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala will soon enact a new law to ban the use of flex and plastics for making publicity material, said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy here Wednesday.
"As the first
New Delhi: Within 5 years, there will be a computer program "digital twin" to clone people's personality that will be capable of making decisions for them and even interacting with loved ones
London: Researchers have for the first time found that reptiles are capable of social learning through imitation - an ability so far thought to be unique to humans and advanced primates, such
Washington: Researchers have recently developed a material that could be almost "ideal" for solar absorption.
The material, created by researchers at MIT, has a two-dimensional
London: Researchers have synthesised a material that can bind and store oxygen in high concentrations which can be released again when needed.
Just one spoon of the substance is
Washington: A new study has provided a deeper insight into how the chimpanzees share skills and develop "culture" in the wild like humans.
Scientists from University of St Andrews,
Washington: In a new study scientists have explained how arms of dinosaurs went from straight to bent and hyperflexible, turning into wings.
Using an interdisciplinary approach, the
New Delhi: Innovation labs will soon be set up in every district for students to think of new ideas which will be funded by the government under an ambitious scheme to encourage research at
Washington: Scientists have come across a tooth lodged in a thigh bone of a giant ancient reptile, which has shed light on how the animals lived 220 million years ago.
Till now, it
Washington: A new research has revealed about the discovery of a 2,330-year-old human skeleton in the southernmost tip of Africa, throwing some light on human origins.
DNA from the
London: Researchers have found a way to make alcohol droplets move on their own, in a life-like way, a finding that could be used in future to deliver medicines to targeted areas.
London: Detecting and monitoring both large landslides and slow slope movements could be a lot easier and cheaper with optical fiber sensors, says a study.
Distributed optical fiber
Melbourne: Archaeologists in Turkey believe they have unearthed dungeons that once held Dracula.
According to reports, restoration works in the Tokat Castle in Turkey have discovered
London: A device that fits inside a pair of shoes saves the energy generated when someone walks and successfully uses it to charge watch batteries, scientists say.
The shoe insole was
Mumbai: Dolby Atmos, which revolutionised sound experience in cinemas over the last two years, has now forayed into the home entertainment space with its latest technology.
New York: A 220 million years old tooth lodged in the thigh bone of the largest predator of the time has revealed two predators at the top of their respective food chains interacted - with the
London: Researchers have used a clever recycling strategy to develop a new eco-friendly battery using materials from alfalfa (lucerne seed) and pine resin.
"We think our discovery can
New York: Aral Sea - the giant lake between Kazakhstan in the north and Uzbekistan in the south - has dried up completely, says NASA.
In the early 1900s, the Aral Sea was the fourth
New York: Can the friction of tiny flapping flags harvest wind power? Yes, say researchers, suggesting that building arrays of flags may generate substantial quantities of power in the near
London: A brewery in the city of Bruges in Belgium has come up with a unique plan to shift all the frothy beer from their old factory to new factory for filtration, bottling and shipping - via
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