Soon, edit photos with text commands

Struggling with photo editing software? Switch to a new technology that changes weather, time of day, season or other features in photos with simple text commands.

Man Arrested on Woody Allen film set

A man has been arrested and charged with assault after allegedly throwing furniture on the set of director Woody Allen`s new movie.

How virtual crowds reveal real behaviour

Know why you do not bump into someone as you walk in a crowd where everyone seems to be moving in a coordinated way? The answer lies in a virtual crowd.

Emma Watson set to graduate from Brown University

`Harry Potter` star Emma Watson will graduate from Brown University this month. The 24-year-old actress` four years at the Ivy League school will come to an end on May 25 when she receives a degree in English Literature, reportedly.

Large impact crater could hold clues about Moon`s mantle

Researchers sifting through data from the Moon Mineralogy Mapper that flew aboard India`s Chandrayaan-1 lunar orbiter found a diverse mineralogy in the subsurface of the giant South Pole Aitken basin.

Indo-US ties a defining 21st century partnership: Nirupama Rao

Indo-US ties have liberated itself from the shackles of the past to become a defining 21st century partnership, former Indian Ambassador to the US Nirupama Rao has said.

`Novel` compound helps exploit Achilles` heel in TB bacterium

Researchers have used a novel compound to exploit an Achilles` heel in the bacterium that causes tuberculosis.

Lifestyle and age linked to diabetes-related protein

A new study has found definitive associations between certain lifestyle and demographic factors and levels of a promising early biomarker of type 2 diabetes risk.

Mystery behind Mars` double-layer craters revealed

Brown planetary geologists have come up with an explanation for the formation of more than 600 "double-layer ejecta" (DLE) craters on Mars.

Did ancient snowfall cause valleys on Mars?

Some valleys on the surface of Mars appear to have been caused by ancient runoff from melting snow, US researchers said.

Cry analyser to track babies` health

Scientists have developed a new computer-based tool that analyses the cries of babies, searching for clues to potential health or developmental problems.

Bats fly using recycled energy stored in biceps and triceps

A new study on fruit bats used cutting edge technology to see how these small mammals move through the air.

Asian minorities better off than many whites in US: Study

Asian neighborhoods have substantially higher incomes and college-educated residents than the neighborhoods that whites live in, a US study has found.

Breastfeeding benefits baby`s brain

A new study has found more evidence that breastfeeding is good for the baby`s brain.

Ben Affleck receives honorary degree

Ben Affleck was conferred with a doctorate degree from Brown University on Saturday for his achievements in cinema and contributions to humanitarian causes.

Frequent heartburn linked to cancers of throat and vocal cord

Frequent heartburn is positively associated with cancers of the throat and vocal cord among nonsmokers and nondrinkers, a new study has found.

Ben Affleck to receive honorary degree from Brown University

‘Argo’ star Ben Affleck is to be given an honorary degree by Brown University.

Body found in river could be Sunil Tripathi`s: Report

Police have pulled out a man`s body from the Providence River and authorities said it is "very possible" that it is missing Indian origin student Sunil Tripathi, according to a media report.

FBI joins search for missing Indian-American student in US

The FBI has joined a search for 22-year-old Indian-American Sunil Tripathi, an undergraduate Brown University student who went missing on March 16.

Ocean of molten rock covered Moon`s entire surface: Study

Molten rock may have been present on the Moon more recently and for longer periods than previously thought, a new study has found.