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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.
An artificial virus to kill bacteria

An artificial virus to kill bacteria

An artificial virus that kills bacteria on the first contact has been produced by UCL and National Physical Laboratory analysts (NPL). The investigation, distributed in Nature...
Study shows how fetal infections may cause adult heart disease

Study shows how fetal infections may cause adult heart disease

Late investigations have demonstrated that newborn children conceived rashly have a higher danger of creating coronary illness further down the road. Presently, an investigation...
A type of onion holds potential to fighting against antibiotic resistance

A type of onion holds potential to fighting against antibiotic resistance

A new study by the tuberculosis. Specialists trust the antibacterial properties removed from the Persian shallot could build the impacts of existing anti-toxin treatment. The examination,...
Mothers, sisters, wives rank among most difficult kin

Mothers, sisters, wives rank among most difficult kin

A large portion of us endure grumblers, naggers, control monstrosities and other irritating individuals in our lives in light of current circumstances – we're...
Why some of your old work commitments never seem to go away

Why some of your old work commitments never seem to go away

You can stop work duties on the off chance that you need – however, some of them never truly abandon you, new research recommends....
A toothpaste ingredient may help fight drug-resistant malaria

A toothpaste ingredient may help fight drug-resistant malaria

A fixing usually found in toothpaste could be utilized as a hostile to malarial medication against strains of intestinal sickness parasite that have become...
Re-programming immune cells to fight tuberculosis

Re-programming immune cells to fight tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB), an irresistible sickness which assaults the lungs, asserts somebody's life like clockwork and 1.5 million lives worldwide consistently. A cure has escaped...
Ancient outcrops offer new depth limit for deep-sea burrows

Ancient outcrops offer new depth limit for deep-sea burrows

A group of researchers from the University of Leeds and the National Oceanography Center analyzed stays of remote ocean tunnels in ancient outcrops that...
Mothers of Obese Children Use Different Words to Restrict Eating

Mothers of Obese Children Use Different Words to Restrict Eating

It's a natural scene at a birthday party: As a tyke backpedals for a moment cupcake or bit of cake, a parent says he...

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