Dr Ravi Mishra

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Scientists model the flight of dandelion seeds

Scientists studied the link between the number of bristles on dandelion seeds and the ability of those seeds to travel long distances in a stable manner.

Higher iron levels associated with a lower risk of heart disease

The study suggests that higher iron levels associated with a lower risk of high cholesterol levels. It also reduces the risk of arteries becoming furred with a build-up of fatty substances.

How our brain distinguishes between voice and sound?

Researchers at UNIGE and Maastricht University have demonstrated that the brain adapts to a person’s listening intentions by focusing either on a speaker’s voice or on the speech sounds that are being uttered.

New Hubble constant measurement adds to mystery of universe’s expansion rate

In a new study, scientists announced a new measurement of the Hubble constant using a kind of star known as a red giant and indicated that the expansion rate for the nearby universe is just under 70 kilometers per second per megaparsec (km/sec/Mpc).

Small fragments of carbon-containing asteroids are too fragile to survive atmospheric entry

C-type asteroids are among the most pristine objects in the Solar System, but little is known about their interior structure and surface properties. Telescopic...

Automated microscope gives a look inside live cell populations

EPFL scientists have recently come up with a next-generation microscope that can show live cells function and react under various experimental conditions. Called as...


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My articles

New evidence confirms pre-continental sediments in Kutch and Cambay

Researchers have found the presence of thick sediment layers dating back to a pre-continental era in the Cambay and Kutch basins of Gujarat. Using electromagnetic geophysical methods, scientists from Allahabad center of the Indian Institute of Geomagnetism found...

Signatures of past climate change found on West coast

A team of researchers has unraveled the imprints of the sea level fluctuations and climate change that may have occurred along the coastal river of Saurashtra region in India’s west coast over the past 1.5 lakh years. Researchers...

Indian scientists found rare basalt columns in village in Kolhapur

Deccan traps are one of the largest volcanic features on the earth. Polygonal patterns and columnar joints in basaltic rocks are the most fascinating structures for geologists and volcanologists. Now Indian scientists have discovered a rare, well...