Pranjal Mehar

Pranjal Mehar is an enthusiastic science writer who enjoys exploring various scientific topics. She has a keen interest in astronomy and is also inclined towards writing about new technology. She is committed to spreading accurate and intelligent scientific information in an easy and accessible manner.
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Largest ice shelf in Antarctica moves once or twice a day

Ice stream activity triggers sudden displacement of Ross Ice Shelf.

Cannabinol shows neuroprotective potential: Insights from fruit fly study

Scientists also identified cannabinol analogs.

The study defines the genetic predisposition for muscle strength

Inherited predisposition for higher muscle strength.

Warming waters make their shells more porous

Undermining mussels’ overall health.

Pregnancy hastens biological aging in young adults

Pregnancy may carry a cost.

Up to 11 million tonnes of plastic pollution is sitting on the ocean floor

Ocean floor a 'reservoir' for plastic pollution, world-first study finds.

13 new papillomaviruses discovered in Antarctic seals

Viral finds on the frozen frontier.

Unveiling Earth’s past through 2.5 billion-year-old Pacific rock samples

Pacific rock samples offer a glimpse of an active Earth 2.5 billion years ago.

How partner gender influences women’s sexual expectations

Partner gender plays a significant role in how women approach sex.