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Whether it is the delicacy of a nanoparticle or the fickleness of a bonobo, Pranjal Mehar tracks and reports on the adventure that is science. Based in Maharashtra, India, she is a former staff writer and always been a great member of Tech Explorist.
Researchers create customizable, fabric-like power source for wearable electronics

Researchers create customizable, fabric-like power source for wearable electronics

Led by Professor Chen Xiaodong, Associate Chair (Faculty) at the School of Materials Science & Engineering and his team at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore...
Dr Gopi Rangan and his team from the Westmead Institute and the Westmead Hospital

Scientists discovered a new way to treat polycystic kidney disease

A cheap, safe and effective treatment to polycystic kidney disease may soon be available, thanks to a new national clinical out of Westmead, which...
Study hints magic mushrooms can alter how you feel about nature

Study hints magic mushrooms can alter how you feel about nature

Long-held convictions can end up noticeably dug in after some time, rolling out them hard to improve. Be that as it may, hallucinogenics may...
The eleventh Archaeopteryx

The eleventh Archaeopteryx

LMU scientists report the primary portrayal of the geographically most established fossil safely inferable from the sort Archaeopteryx, and give another indicative key to...
Cheap, data-driven tool identifies sickest hospital patients

Cheap, data-driven tool identifies sickest hospital patients

A team of Yale researchers developed and tested an data-driven uses electronic health records to identify patients most at risk of deteriorating while in...
New bike-share program: bicycle to step in brighter future

New bike-share program: bicycle to step in brighter future

UC San Diego has launched a new bike-share program that could bring change in how faculty, students, and staff wander around campus. This novel initiative is taken...
The secret to building a strong heart lies in blood vessels, scientists found

The secret to building a strong heart lies in blood vessels, scientists found

Consistently, a little yet not irrelevant number of children are conceived with hearts whose muscles are light and thin, albeit precisely what causes that...
Modifications improve fish passage on San Francisquito Creek

Modifications improve fish passage on San Francisquito Creek

Fish passage nearby San Francisquito Creek has been upgraded, on account of changes Stanford, made to a solid roadway rivulet crossing in the Jasper...
Tidal cycles could anticipate volcanic eruptions, study

Tidal cycles could anticipate volcanic eruptions, study

Just before an unexpected emission of New Zealand's Ruapehu spring of gushing lava in 2007, seismic tremor close to its pit turned out to...

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