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Dogs can adopt humans perspective to find food, says study

Dogs can adopt humans perspective to find food, says study

A research has revealed that dogs, who is known as the man's best friend can adopt humans perspective to correctly interpret cues and find food that they cannot see themselves.

Spanish team creates proper human skin with 3D printing

Spanish team creates proper human skin with 3D printing

Using the 3D-printing technology, a team of Spanish scientists has for the first time created proper human skin that can be used in transplants on burn patients and those with other skin problems and also in chemical tests.

This new technique can detect human eye diseases early

This new technique can detect human eye diseases early

With the coming of new technology, a software analysis can now highlight the subtle differences between a diseased and healthy retina.

Bone gene can be repurposed for cognition in humans: Study

Bone gene can be repurposed for cognition in humans: Study

 Researchers have identified a gene -- previously known only to regulate bone growth and muscle metabolism in mammals -- that can also act as a promoter of brain maturation, cognition and learning in human and non-human primates.

DNA: Harmful effects of air pollution on the human brain

Harmful effects of air pollution on the human's brain. Watch this special segment and get to know more here.

Human noise can adversely affect animal's use of scent

Human noise can adversely affect animal's use of scent

Human-made noise can have a detrimental impact on an animal's use of information from scent, thereby putting them at greater risk of being attacked by predators, new research has found.

Opioid users may find babies less cute

Coming on the heels of the infamous 'heroin' picture that showed a US grandmother passing out from an apparent heroin overdose -- while her four-year-old grandson sat in the back seat, a new study has found that opioid dependence affects how 'cute' we perceive images of children to be.

DNA: Humanity in Delhi hits an all-time low - Watch shocking footage!

Analysing the humans' insenitive perspective towards fellow beings. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

Homo erectus walked as modern human beings

 Researchers have found that an extinct specie of primates who walked thousands of years ago had indistinguishable footprints similar to those of a modern day human.

Human activity leading Earth into a new geological epoch

Human activity leading Earth into a new geological epoch

Has rapid human activity driven Earth into a new geological epoch? According to an international group of geoscientists, the evidence for a new geological epoch which marks the impact of human activity on Earth is now overwhelming.

Babies learn turn-taking much before they can speak

Taking turns to respond to each other is a key part of conversation and babies learn the technique at around six months of age, long before infants know much about language, says a new study.

How new genes emerge during evolution

The chance appearance of certain combinations of elements in the genome can lead to the generation of new genes that drive evolutionary innovation.

Human-machine superintelligence can solve man's problems

The combination of human and computer intelligence might be just what we need to solve the "wicked" problems of the world such as climate change and geopolitical conflict, says a new study.

Early-life exercise promotes healthy brain

Exercising early in life can alter microbial community in the gut for the better, promoting healthy brain and metabolic activity over the course of a lifetime, says a new study.

Smartphone monitoring can boost behavioural studies

Interpreting the data collected from volunteers' own smartphones -- which has the potential to emulate randomised trials -- can boost research into human behaviour, finds a new study.

Human and bird's common sound production mechanism

Human and bird's common sound production mechanism

When birds and humans sing, it sounds completely different, but now new research shows that the very same physical mechanisms are at play when a bird sings and a human speaks.

Our ancestors first used beeswax 9000 years ago

A new study has established the first human uses of beeswax in Anatolia in 7000 BCE.

Humans can feel empathy for robots in pain

A team of Japanese researchers has found the first neurophysiological evidence of humans' ability to empathise with robots in perceived pain, highlighting the difference in human empathy toward other humans and robots.

Humans can feel empathy for robots in pain

A team of Japanese researchers has found the first neurophysiological evidence of humans' ability to empathise with robots in perceived pain, highlighting the difference in human empathy toward other humans and robots.

How deep-diving whales may help create synthetic blood

As per a recent study, deep-diving whales can hold answer for synthetic blood.