Vidya Nagalwade

Vidya is a science writer at Tech Explorist. She has expertise in both authoring science content and social media marketing. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Electronics and Telecommunications and believes in lifelong learning. She loves spending time with her family and loved ones in her spare time.
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An unexpected distortion in the world’s largest continental rift

The african superplume is responsible for rift-parallel seismic anisotropy.

Chlorinated chemicals can be destroyed through sulfite and UV light

The University of California, Riverside (UCR) researchers have discovered a chemical reaction mechanism that can degrade chlorinated " forever chemicals" into harmless substances. The researchers...

Heat-damaged DNA in high-temperature cooked food can cause cancer

Food DNA could be a source of genetic harm in our diets.

Pregnancy is beneficial for women with multiple sclerosis

Benefits of pregnancy can lead to new treatments for multiple sclerosis.

Sea lettuce is a popular food found on the coasts

Researchers found 20 species of sea lettuce in the baltic sea region.

Giants of the jurassic seas were twice as large as killer whales

Paleontologists have discovered that a pliosaur could have grown to 14.4 metres.

A wound-healing ink can be 3D printed into cuts to heal wounds

Wound-healing ink encourages healing by exposing cut to immune-system vesicles.

The diet of ancient herbivores weakened teeth, leading to starvation

Ancient reptile rhynchosaur was replaced by dinosaurs 250-225 million years ago.

Wearable devices are less likely to be used by patients with cardiovascular disease

Few people with or at risk of CVD use wearable devices consistently.

DNA discovery reveals how we maintain healthy blood sugar levels after meals

Treatments for type 2 diabetes may be developed in the future.

The research sheds light on earth’s past processes

Ancient volcanism is common in archaean cratons.

The motors of cephalopods respond to changes in water temperature

RNA recoding is used by squid to modify proteins for colder water.