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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.
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Scientists used spent barley grain to lower the sugar content of certain foods

Sugar is the new tobacco, and sustenance makers – under strain from expenses, laws and wellbeing experts – are attempting to locate a decent...
In the photo: Heli Peltola.

Sustainable use of forests mitigates climate change in many ways, study

Economical utilization of woodlands and biodiversity protection have a long-haul and far-reaching outcome for the fate of our planet. What is the ideal measure...
noise, signals

Why noise can enhance sensitivity to weak signals

Japanese scientists have discovered a new mechanism to clarify stochastic reverberation, in which sensitivity to weak signals is upgraded by the noise. The finding is...
Pregnant women, resized belly

Motherhood and inflammatory bowel disease

A new study by the scientists at the University of Leeds, women with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) requires more knowledge about pregnancy. This will help...
Complex systems are constructed by piecing together simpler parts in specific ways. Being able to extract assembly instructions using methods developed by University of Bristol researchers will help us better understand how these systems work and opens up new opportunities to engineer our own. Credit: Thomas Gorochowski

New study unveils the rules governing how man-made and biological networks are built

A fascinating component of virtually all systems is that little structures, known as motifs, are discovered more regularly than we would anticipate. Seeing how...
Study shows first land plants were parasitised by microbes

Study shows first land plants were parasitised by microbes

Association amongst plants and filamentous organisms goes back a great many years, as well as present-day plants have kept up this antiquated system to...
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Genes and environment have equal influence in learning

According to a new research by the University of Florida along with Northwestern University and Stanford University, the confluence of genes and environment that shape a...
graphene, atom

Scientists develops cost effective technique for mass production of high-quality graphene

Scientists at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have built up a temperate and mechanically practical system to deliver graphene. The new procedure tends to...
Researchers have found that a solid oxide protective coating for metals can, when applied in sufficiently thin layers, deform as if it were a liquid, filling any cracks and gaps as they form. Image: Christine Daniloff/MIT

Self-healing metal oxides could protect against corrosion

MIT scientists have recently discovered that a strong oxide defensive covering for metals can, when connected inadequately thin layers, disfigure as though it were a...

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