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Scientists call for more precision in global warming predictions

Scientists call for more precision in global warming predictions

A new, more precise way to measure the effects of greenhouse gas emissions on Earth`s climate in an article was published on Thursday in the academic journal Science.

Pre-term babies don't use expectations to shape brain: Study

Pre-term babies don't use expectations to shape brain: Study

Babies born prematurely do not use their expectations about the world to shape their brains as babies born at full term do. 

Planet Earth witnessing rapid decline in oxygen levels and scientists don't know why!

Planet Earth witnessing rapid decline in oxygen levels and scientists don't know why!

The scientists have dismissed signs of immediate danger.

Tumour hardness may develop cancer cells

 Tumour hardness and hypoxia -- lack of oxygen at the tumour's core -- trigger a biological switch that causes cancer stem cells to develop, a recent study has found.

'Raghuram Rajan deserves second term at RBI'

'Raghuram Rajan deserves second term at RBI'

Backing a second term for RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, leading Indian-American economist at Princeton University Avinash Dixit said the apex bank chief should have "full operational independence" when it comes to pursuing targets on employment, growth and inflation.

Won't act against students if Osama bin Laden is commemorated in Princeton: Univ Prez replies to Naidu

Won't act against students if Osama bin Laden is commemorated in Princeton: Univ Prez replies to Naidu

Expressing his views on the freedom of speech, President of Princeton University has said that the varsity will not take any disciplinary action if Osama bin Laden is commemorated on campus.

Neural activity of moving animal recorded in 3D

Researchers in Princeton University have developed an instrument that allows three-dimensional recordings of neural activity in nearly the entire brain of a free-moving animal.

Healthy or sick? Tiny cell bubbles may hold answer

For decades scientists believed that the EV material released by some human cells -- which can only be seen through high-tech electron microscopes -- was nothing more than biological debris.

Army ants efficient in 'minding the gap'

Army ants efficient in 'minding the gap'

Army ants are nomadic species.

Asian jumbos play key role in spreading green cover

Asian jumbos play key role in spreading green cover

Asian elephants play a vital role in the ecology of the forest and help spread green cover because of their eating and movement pattern, says a study by the researchers of the Indian Institute of Science and Princeton University.