RESEARCH

This is how our brain keeps timing

Timing is essential for each task you perform. Various scientists have hypothesized how the brain achieves its exquisite control over timing. The most conspicuous...

Muscles Plays an Important Role in Tissue Regeneration Process

Scientists at the Whitehead Institute have determined every type of muscles that mimics in the tissue regeneration process. In their new study, they found that a subtype...

3D-Printed Device Builds Better Nanofibers

Lattices produced using fibers with nanometer-scale breadths have an extensive variety of potential applications. Be that as it may, their commercialization has been hampered by...

The 3D Selfie has Arrived

Computer scientists at the University of Nottingham along with Kingston University have resolved a complex problem in the field of vision and graphics research. They...

Solving Complex Chemical Reaction With Quantum Computers

Quantum computers can solve such challenging tasks that are partially the result of the fact that they are structured differently to classical computers. Instead of...

New Technology Could Offer Cheaper, Faster Food testing

Foodborne bacteria can cause all sorts of problems. “Food poisoning” can foster mild to severe stomach discomfort, major gastrointestinal distress. So, food testing is...

Teacher Encouragement has Greatest Influence on Less Advantaged Children

Teachers nurture young minds to create influential people in society. However, despite being the educators, teacher encouragement keeps them building the nation through this...

New Blood Test can Diagnose TB Infections Within Hours

Generally, TB treatment takes several weeks for complete recovery. Although the TB infections remains a major risk to human health, particularly for the developing...