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Study suggests how neonatal stem cells from heart help in Crohns disease treatment
Chicago | July 29, 2023 11:44:10 PM IST
Crohn's disease-like ileitis, a condition marked by chronic intestinal inflammation and progressive tissue damage, researchers from Ann & Robert H Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago discovered that direct injection of neonatal mesenchymal stem cells ... read..


Study finds how micronutrient in human breast milk linked to newborns brain development
Massachusetts | July 29, 2023 8:41:05 PM IST
A recent study by researchers at Tufts University's Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (HNRCA) suggests that a micronutrient in human breast milk benefits newborns' developing brains significantly. This finding sheds more light on th ... read..


Study reveals how probiotics help slow age-related cognitive decline
Washington | July 29, 2023 6:40:53 PM IST
Eating a probiotic may help prevent the decline in memory and thinking that might come with ageing, according to the results of a recent study. This research may help develop new, non-invasive methods of slowing cognitive decline in the elderly. ... read..


Research enhances understanding of how microorganisms aid plant development
California | July 29, 2023 12:44:40 PM IST
Plants form relationships with microorganisms in the soil where they grow. For example, legumes benefit from a symbiotic connection with microorganisms that reside in nodules in their roots and "fix" nitrogen in the atmosphere so that it is accessible for ... read..


Study discovers new isopod species that feeds on fish
Washington | July 29, 2023 12:44:32 PM IST
Researchers have discovered a new species of marine cryptofauna in the Florida Keys in the US. The majority of the biodiversity in the ocean is made up of microscopic, hidden species known as cryptofauna. ... read..


Study finds new bone regeneration technique with clinical potential
Tokyo | July 28, 2023 11:12:42 PM IST
Bones can regenerate and mend themselves, but when the damage is more severe than a minor break or chip, they frequently are unable to do so. ... read..


Researchers give fresh insight into treatment of blindness
London | July 28, 2023 10:12:25 PM IST
Scientists have discovered a way to utilize nanotechnology to construct a 3D scaffold for growing cells from the retina, paving the path for potential new treatments for a prevalent cause of blindness. ... read..


Study reveals gene therapy treats chronic pain by dialing down sodium
Washington DC | July 28, 2023 8:11:40 PM IST
According to a recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), researchers at NYU College of Dentistry's Pain Research Centre have created a gene therapy that cures chronic pain by unintentionally controlling a partic ... read..


New research method helps to determine health impacts of heat, air quality
Ontario | July 27, 2023 1:15:18 PM IST
The planet saw its warmest day on record earlier this month, and climate models predict that the severity of heat waves and poor air quality will worsen and continue to have serious consequences. ... read..


Insect protein slows weight gain, increase health status in obese mice: Study
Illinois | July 26, 2023 11:41:36 PM IST
As the world's population grows in the face of climate change, the need for sustainable protein sources is greater than ever. Although plant-based "meat" and "dairy" products are popular, they are not the only environmentally beneficial meat substitutes. ... read..


Bromide ions create ripples in semiclathrate hydrates: Study
Osaka | July 26, 2023 11:40:41 PM IST
The way water molecules behave in proton conducting materials is critical for understanding and exploiting their properties. This entails being able to examine very quick photos to detect changes in water motion. Osaka University researchers used quasi-el ... read..


Static isometric exercise is best for lowering blood pressure: Study
Washington | July 26, 2023 10:44:32 PM IST
According to a pooled data analysis of the available evidence from clinical trials, which was published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, static isometric exercisesthe kind that involves engaging muscles without movement, such as wall sit ... read..


Newly described fossil had armoured plates above its backbone
Washington | July 26, 2023 10:44:20 PM IST
A new species of armoured reptile that lived close to the time of the emergence of dinosaurs has been described by researchers. ... read..


Boys get more affected by early parental death than girls: Study
Washington | July 26, 2023 10:44:16 PM IST
According to the results of a sizable long-term study published online in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, boys may be more likely than girls to experience the overall negative health and financial effects of losing a parent too soon. ... read..


Arctic terns may navigate climate dangers: Study
Washington DC | July 26, 2023 10:44:05 PM IST
Arctic terns, which fly the longest migrations of any species on the planet, may be able to navigate the threats posed by climate change, according to new research. ... read..


Study reveals how bromide ions cause ripples in semiclathrate hydrates
Osaka | July 26, 2023 10:43:38 PM IST
Understanding and maximising the characteristics of proton-conducting materials depends greatly on how water molecules behave in these materials. To detect changes in the speed of the water, it is necessary to be able to look at extremely quick pictures. ... read..


Research shows link between Vitamin D, psoriasis severity
Washington DC | July 25, 2023 10:14:14 PM IST
Psoriasis, a condition in which skin cells stack up and produce itchy, dry patches, affects more than eight million people in the United States. According to one of the largest studies to date, a person's vitamin D levels may have a crucial influence in t ... read..


Waste reduction increases global food security but has limited environmental benefits: Study
California | July 25, 2023 9:13:43 PM IST
Researchers at the University of California, Irvine, and the University of Colorado Boulder discovered that stronger control over food loss and waste does not result in better environmental consequences. ... read..


Injury to one part of body can trigger healing response in another: Study
California | July 25, 2023 4:11:51 PM IST
According to a new study, an injury to one region of the body can trigger a healing response in another. ... read..


Sahara dust enhances removal of methane: Study
Washington | July 25, 2023 4:11:50 PM IST
A study found a newly proposed mechanism in which blowing mineral dust combines with sea spray to create Mineral Dust-Sea Spray Aerosol (MDSA). ... read..


Study discovers new isopod species in Florida Keys
Washington | July 25, 2023 3:11:45 PM IST
A new species of marine cryptofauna has been found in the Florida Keys by an international team of researchers Atmospheric, and Earth Science and the Water Research Group from the Unit for Environmental Sciences and Management at the North-West University ... read..


Research advances understanding of how bacteria benefit plant growth
California | July 24, 2023 11:12:07 PM IST
Plants create alliances with bacteria in the soil in which they thrive. Legumes, for example, benefit from a symbiotic relationship with microorganisms that live in nodules in their roots and "fix" nitrogen in the atmosphere to make it available for the l ... read..


Can probiotics help slow age-related cognitive decline?
Washington DC | July 24, 2023 10:13:28 PM IST
According to the findings of a new study, eating a probiotic may help avoid the deterioration in memory and thinking that can occur with ageing. This study could pave the path for new, non-invasive treatments that use the gut flora to slow cognitive loss ... read..


Study reveals image-guided adaptive radiation treatments linked to short-term side effects for prostate cancer
New Jersey | July 24, 2023 3:11:38 PM IST
Radiation therapy for patients with prostate cancer can be made safer by a method that uses imaging technology as a guide. This method enables doctors to precisely direct radiation beams towards the prostate while avoiding adjacent tissue in the bladder, ... read..


Researchers uncover molecular mechanisms of HIV drug resistance
La Jolla (California) | July 24, 2023 12:11:16 PM IST
Researchers from the Salk Institute and the National Institutes of Health have identified the molecular pathways by which the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) develops resistance to dolutegravir, one of the most potent antiviral medications now being us ... read..


Digital pathology may turn game changer in medical industry
Washington DC | July 23, 2023 5:11:29 PM IST
A microscope scanning and analysis system that has been automated and is ready for global adoption has been tested, put into practice, and accredited by researchers. ... read..


Climate change impact on animals: Study
Washington DC | July 23, 2023 4:12:49 PM IST
According to a recent study, the effects of climate change on animals would have cascading effects on nutrition, environment, behaviour, physical health, and mental health, among other five categories of welfare. ... read..


Omega-3 fatty acids help in maintaining lung health: Study
New York | July 23, 2023 2:13:12 PM IST
Omega-3 fatty acids, abundant in fish and fish oil supplements, are promising for maintaining lung health, according to new research from a sizable, thorough study in healthy individuals funded by the National Institutes of Health. ... read..


Aged drivers with cognitive impairment run higher risk of collision: Study
Michigan | July 23, 2023 2:13:07 PM IST
According to a study most elderly people with cognitive impairment continue to drive despite worries voiced by carers and others. ... read..


New research clarifies how brain stores memories
Washington DC | July 23, 2023 2:13:06 PM IST
A new hypothesis put forth by scientists at the HHMI Janelia Research Campus and associates at UCL contends that the importance of memory for potential futures reveals its location in the brain. ... read..


Researchers use extraembryonic tissue to produce entities that resemble human embryos
Massachusetts | July 23, 2023 2:13:04 PM IST
In the "black box" of human development known as gastrulation, an embryo transforms from a hollow, spherical structure to a multilayered one. Human embryos are typically not cultured for longer than 14 days due to bioethical concerns, and gastrulation hap ... read..


Study gives more insight into treatment of schistosomias
Washington | July 22, 2023 9:40:44 PM IST
The schistosomiasis worms (Schistosoma mansoni) are uncommon in a number of aspects, most notably the requirement that male and female adults remain partnered throughout their lives in order for reproduction to be effective. As many as 3,000 eggs might be ... read..


Study explains why infants contract so many common respiratory ailments
New York | July 22, 2023 1:11:21 PM IST
Researchers from Columbia University have discovered a unique cluster of immune cells that are only seen in newborns that enable them to deal with novel pathogens and explain why infants contract so many common respiratory ailments. ... read..


Renewable solar energy can help purify water, environment: Study
Washington DC | July 22, 2023 1:11:07 PM IST
Using electrochemistry to separate distinct particles inside a solution (also known as electrochemical separation) is an energy-efficient technique for environmental and water remediation: the process of cleansing contaminated water. However, while electr ... read..


Reprogramming form of virus capsids could help in progress of biomedicine: Research
Washington DC | July 22, 2023 12:11:20 PM IST
Bioengineers have developed a method to regulate the size and shape of virus particles by combining viral protein building blocks with DNA templates. ... read..


Research team develops biodegradable film that keeps food fresh for longer
Washington DC | July 22, 2023 12:11:16 PM IST
A tremendous amount of plastic has accumulated in landfills and the ocean as petroleum-derived packaging materials degrade slowly and are rarely recycled . ... read..


New study better explains how brain stores memories
Washington DC | July 21, 2023 3:41:20 PM IST
According to a new theory proposed by researchers at HHMI's Janelia Research Campus and collaborators at UCL, the value of memory for future scenarios indicates where it resides in the brain. ... read..


Powerhouse proteins protect cardiac cells from chemotherapy damage: Research
Chicago | July 21, 2023 2:10:41 PM IST
The University of Illinois at Chicago researchers discovered a method for enzymes to help avoid cardiac damage in chemotherapy patients. ... read..


Impacts of climate change on animals will be multi-faceted: Study
Washington DC | July 21, 2023 11:11:00 AM IST
Cascading effects in five areas of welfare, including nutrition, environment, behaviour, physical health, and mental health, will result from the effects of climate change on animals, according to a recent study. ... read..


Enzymes help prevent heart damage in chemotherapy patients: Study
Chicago | July 21, 2023 11:10:58 AM IST
Researchers have discovered a process by which enzymes can help prevent heart damage in chemotherapy patients. ... read..


Researchers more insight into Parkinsons disease treatment
Illinois | July 20, 2023 8:41:05 PM IST
A new method by which parkin gene mutations cause family types of Parkinson's disease has been discovered by Northwestern Medicine researchers. According to researchers in a recent study, the discovery provides a fresh approach to Parkinson's treatment. ... read..


Espresso may prevent Alzheimers protein clumping in lab tests: Research
Washington DC | July 20, 2023 3:43:51 PM IST
Espresso, whether savoured on its own or combined into a latte, Americano, or even a martini, delivers an ultra-concentrated rush of caffeine to coffee lovers. But it could be doing more than just wake you awake. According to preliminary in vitro laborato ... read..


Existing cancer drugs can be regenerated to fight certain aggressive cancers: Study
Science | July 20, 2023 3:43:23 PM IST
A group of researchers led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) discovered that a cancer medicine that is currently on the market might be modified to target a subgroup of malignancies that are frequently linked with poor outcome ... read..


Study shows early humans were weapon woodwork experts
Washington DC | July 20, 2023 2:40:57 PM IST
According to a new study, a 300,000-year-old hunting weapon sheds new light on early humans as woodworking experts. ... read..


Study reveals how melanoma evade immune system, helps in treatments
La Jolla (California) | July 20, 2023 2:40:33 PM IST
Sanford Burnham Prebys' recent study has contributed to the understanding of how melanoma circumvents the immune system and may help in the development of future treatments for the condition. A protein that is known to be active in immune cells is also ac ... read..


Genetic, isotopic analysis provides approach for wildlife conservation purposes: Study
Cincinnati | July 20, 2023 2:10:35 AM IST
Researchers have applied genetic and isotopic analyses to jaguar scat to investigate the big cats' habitat needs in Belize's Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Preserve. The study demonstrates a novel and noninvasive technique for identifying elusive wildlife's l ... read..


New study finds that metal can heal themselves
California | July 20, 2023 12:13:46 AM IST
For the first time, scientists have seen metal fragments break, then recombine naturally, challenging fundamental scientific theories. ... read..


Study gives more insight into conscious experience that resides in brain
California | July 19, 2023 11:12:20 PM IST
One unusual problem that more than a quarter of stroke sufferers have is the loss of conscious awareness for half of what their eyes see. ... read..


How to avoid freezer burn and being damaged by too much ice, explains study
Washington | July 19, 2023 8:40:52 PM IST
The majority of people have a bag of vegetables in their freezer that have essentially turned into an unrecognisable block of ice crystals. Additionally, meals ruined by too much ice lose their texture and become mushy when thawed. ... read..


Researchers discover new approach for predicting resistance against cancer therapy
Washington | July 19, 2023 9:40:21 AM IST
The most prevalent form of blood cancer in Singapore and the world, diffuse large B cell lymphoma (DLBCL), has been linked to an unusual combination of oncogenes that may predict treatment resistance and consequently unfavourable outcomes in patients. Thi ... read..


Researchers discover origami DNA to control virus assembly
Washington | July 18, 2023 10:12:17 PM IST
Griffith University researchers have played a vital role in controlling the way viruses are built by utilizing DNA 'origami' templates. ... read..


Study shows anti-inflammatory medicine as a promising target for Alzheimer's disease
Washington DC | July 18, 2023 9:11:12 PM IST
Linda Van Eldik, PhD, Director of the University of Kentucky's Sanders-Brown Centre on Ageing, recently published a paper in PLOS ONE. ... read..


Research team creates biodegradable film that keeps food fresh for longer
Washington DC | July 18, 2023 8:12:41 PM IST
Because petroleum-derived packaging materials degrade slowly and are rarely recycled, there has been a massive buildup of plastic in landfills and the ocean. ... read..


Astronomers discover magnetic activity plays key role in exoplanet habitability
Ohio | July 18, 2023 5:16:25 PM IST
Astronomers have discovered evidence that some stars have unusually powerful surface magnetic fields, a finding that contradicts existing conceptions of how stars grow. ... read..


Study discovers key function for tight junctions in embryo models
San Francisco | July 18, 2023 12:40:53 PM IST
Researchers at Gladstone Institutes' iPS Cell Research Centre discovered that tight connections between cells play an important role in gastrulation in human embryos. ... read..


Five-year survival rate for children with acute lymphatic leukemia has increased: Study
Utrecht | July 18, 2023 10:13:38 AM IST
In the Netherlands, the most frequent kind of paediatric cancer is acute lymphatic leukaemia. Each year, around 110 children are diagnosed with this kind of cancer. The prognosis is bright for many children, but not for all. To enhance survival rates and ... read..


Colonization influences worldwide distribution of plant specimens: Research
Florida | July 17, 2023 11:40:24 PM IST
A study published in Nature Human Behaviour by a Florida State University researcher reveals how colonisation has influenced the distribution of plant specimens preserved in herbaria collections around the world. ... read..


Reprogramming shape of virus capsids may advance biomedicine: Research
Washington DC | July 17, 2023 11:40:23 PM IST
Bioengineers have discovered a way to programme the size and form of virus particles by combining viral protein building blocks with DNA templates. ... read..


Study suggests new guidelines for diagnosing Alzheimer's
Amsterdam | July 17, 2023 10:43:46 PM IST
New criteria for detecting Alzheimer's disease created by physicians and researchers from around the world were presented at the International Alzheimer's Congress (AAIC) in Amsterdam. ... read..


Researchers find how intense exercise helps to keep Parkinson's disease at bay
Washington | July 17, 2023 10:43:07 PM IST
Neuroscientists from the Catholic University of Rome's Faculty of Medicine and the A Gemelli IRCCS Polyclinic Foundation discovered that vigorous exercise might halt the progression of Parkinson's disease and outlined the underlying underpinnings. The dis ... read..


5-aminolevulinic acid may aid in the treatment of mitochondrial disorders
Tokyo | July 17, 2023 9:44:08 PM IST
Tokyo Metropolitan University researchers discovered that 5-aminolevulinic acid (5-ALA) aids in the bypass of deficiencies in Complex I (CI), the first of a series of protein complexes that transport electrons and help power the mitochondria. They disco ... read..


Plant worlds in remote locations
Lower Saxony | July 17, 2023 9:43:27 PM IST
Oceanic islands can be used as models for ecology, biogeography, and evolutionary studies. ... read..


Study discovers how pre-operative exercise substantially speed up recovery
Dunedin | July 16, 2023 11:10:15 PM IST
According to research from the University of Otago, exercising before undergoing all types of major surgery might help avoid complications after the operation andcan dramatically speed up recovery. ... read..


Sea snakes redevelop their ability to see colours: Study
Washington DC | July 16, 2023 10:40:35 PM IST
According to a new paper published in Genome Biology and Evolution by Oxford University Press, the annulated sea snake, a species of venomous snake found in ocean waters around Australia and Asia, appears to have evolved to see an extended palette of colo ... read..


Climate change may not affect the timing of turkey nesting, finds study
Washington DC | July 16, 2023 6:12:02 PM IST
A recent study found that even in the case of significant future climate change, eastern wild turkeys in five southern U.S. states are unlikely to shift the timing of when they begin nesting. ... read..


Researchers discover method for repairing damaged hearing cells
Virginia | July 15, 2023 9:10:50 PM IST
Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have discovered a method for repairing damaged hearing cells. This important discovery might boost efforts to develop new and improved ways for the treatment and prevention of hearing loss. ... read..


Study sheds light on connection of warmer springs, bees waking up earlier
Washington | July 15, 2023 9:10:42 PM IST
Warmer springs, according to recent research, are prompting bees to awaken earlier, endangering agricultural pollination of apples and pears. ... read..


Study finds multiple uses of tropical mosaic landscapes
Gottingen | July 15, 2023 8:11:31 PM IST
Researchers found that rural families use a diverse range of plant species and benefits given by a variety of local habitat types. 285 plant species, nearly half of which are uniquely found in Madagascar, are utilised for food, cattle feed, medicine, buil ... read..


Children with autism have broad memory difficulties: Study
Washington DC | July 15, 2023 7:11:43 PM IST
According to recent research, children with autism suffer memory problems that impair their ability to remember not only faces but also other forms of information. The study revealed that these deficiencies are represented in the children's brains by dist ... read..


Study finds that man-made materials in nests can bring risks for birds
Bangor | July 15, 2023 7:11:39 PM IST
Researchers found that 176 bird species employ a range of manmade items in their nests across the world. Birds all around the world use our unused or waste items. In their nests, seabirds in Australia utilise fishing nets, ospreys in North America use bal ... read..


Researchers find gum disease associated with buildup of Alzheimer's plaque development
Cambridge | July 15, 2023 5:10:42 PM IST
While most people do not associate oral disease with serious health problems, emerging evidence shows that oral bacteria have a significant role in systemic conditions including colon cancer and heart disease. In a recent study, the Forsyth Institute foun ... read..


Study analysis behavioural patterns of people who achieve weight loss clinically
Ohio | July 15, 2023 5:10:40 PM IST
A recent study analysed the behavioural patterns of people who achieve weight loss clinically. ... read..


Bees make better, faster decisions about things that are important to them: Research
Washington | July 15, 2023 11:40:35 AM IST
Honey bees must balance effort, risk, and reward while making quick and accurate decisions about which blooms will supply food for their hive. According to a recent study published in the journal eLife, honey bees have evolved over millions of years to ma ... read..


How diseased coral parents can restore stony coral tissue loss disease, finds study
California | July 14, 2023 11:40:33 PM IST
The coral reefs across the Caribbean have been devastated by Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD), which has caused severe mortality in a number of coral species, including Pseudodiploria strigosa, which has been particularly hard hit in the Mexican Ca ... read..


Timing of turkey nesting might not shift with changing climate: Study
Washington DC | July 14, 2023 2:11:07 PM IST
Eastern wild turkeys in five southern U.S. states are unlikely to adjust the date of when they start nesting, even in the event of major future climate change, according to a recent study. ... read..


Research reveals Butterflies, moths share ancient blocks of DNA
Washington DC | July 14, 2023 2:11:00 PM IST
According to new research, butterflies and moths share "blocks" of DNA that are more than 200 million years old. ... read..


Researchers reveal how quality sleep help bolster resilience to depression, anxiety
York | July 14, 2023 12:10:53 AM IST
High-quality sleep and coping mechanisms, such as the capacity to reframe a situation in order to see the positive side, can help to prevent poor mental health when faced with unpleasant or stressful experiences, according to the study, which was led by ... read..


Study shows link between caregiver speech and infant brain development
Texas | July 13, 2023 5:41:15 PM IST
Some of the most convincing evidence to date that parents who talk to their newborns more, improve their brain development has been identified by a team led by a neurodevelopment researcher from the University of Texas at Dallas. ... read..


Sea snakes might have evolved to see colors again: Research
Washington DC | July 12, 2023 12:43:22 PM IST
The annulated sea snake, a species of venomous snake found in ocean waters around Australia and Asia, appears to have evolved to see an extended palette of colours after its ancestors lost that ability in response to changing environments, according to a ... read..


Arterial stiffness cause metabolic syndrome in adolescents: Study
Kuopio | July 11, 2023 6:12:17 PM IST
According to a study, arterial stiffness may represent a new risk factor for metabolic syndrome in adolescents. ... read..


Study finds silent hazard lurking underneath major global cities
Illinois | July 11, 2023 6:12:06 PM IST
A new research from Northwestern University has connected underground climate change to the shifting earth underneath urban areas. As the ground heats up, it also deforms. These phenomena result in excessive ground movement and cracking owing to expansion ... read..


Fibromyalgia linked to heightened risk of death: Research
Washington | July 11, 2023 6:11:49 PM IST
According to a pooled data analysis of the available evidence, fibromyalgia, a condition that causes persistent widespread pain and fatigue, may be linked to an increased risk of death due to vulnerability to accidents, infections, and, in particular, sui ... read..


Study reveals forest may adapt to climate change, but not quickly enough
Washington DC | July 11, 2023 5:12:12 PM IST
America's woodlands are headed for a difficult time. Climate change is raising temperatures and lowering moisture levels across the country, which is bad news for trees. ... read..


Faecal transplants show potential to improve melanoma treatment: Study
Washington | July 10, 2023 9:41:54 PM IST
A multi-centre study from Lawson Health Research Institute, the Centre Hospitalier de l'Universite de Montreal (CHUM), and the Jewish General Hospital (JGH) found that faecal microbiota transplants (FMT) from healthy donors are safe and show promise in im ... read..


Study attempts to find hidden growth of mineral dendrites
Warsaw | July 10, 2023 9:41:49 PM IST
The growth of three-dimensional manganese dendrites has been reported by a research team from the University of Vienna, the Faculty of Physics at the University of Warsaw, and the University of Edinburgh. The researchers discovered that it happens as a re ... read..


Bees make decisions better, faster for things that matter to them: Research
Washington | July 10, 2023 7:40:32 PM IST
Honey bees have to balance effort, risk, and reward while making quick and accurate judgements of which blooms are most likely to provide food for their hive. According to new research published in the journal eLife, millions of years of evolution have ev ... read..


Study reveals how BMI not alone be sufficient indicator of metabolic health
Washington | July 10, 2023 2:41:18 PM IST
According to studies, body mass index (BMI) is not a full indicator of metabolic health, and a substantial number of U.S. individuals with normal BMI are nevertheless obese. ... read..


Researchers develop device to monitor, treat heart disease
Washington | July 10, 2023 1:41:49 PM IST
Every year almost 700,000 individuals in the United States die from heart disease, with complications in the initial weeks or months following a catastrophic heart-related incident accounting for one-third of those fatalities. ... read..


Study gives new insight into diagnosing ovarian cancer
Nagoya | July 10, 2023 11:11:28 AM IST
Research headed by Nagoya University in Japan discovered three previously unknown membrane proteins in ovarian cancer. The scientists captured the proteins using a novel technique comprised of nanowires with a polyketone coating, providing a new detection ... read..


Warmer springs are causing bees to wake up earlier: Study
Washington | July 10, 2023 10:11:26 AM IST
According to a new study warmer springs are causing bees to awaken earlier, threatening the pollination of crops such as apples and pears. ... read..


Beak shape determines nest material selected by birds: Study
Washington | July 10, 2023 10:11:24 AM IST
The material a bird chooses for its nest is determined by the size of its beak, according to researchers. ... read..


Strawberry production leaves long-term plastic pollution: Study
Washington | July 10, 2023 10:11:18 AM IST
Researchers discovered that the plastic mulch used to help Californian strawberries grow sheds a large number of plastic mulch fragments. ... read..


Man-made materials in nests can bring risks for birds: Study
Bangor | July 10, 2023 9:11:22 AM IST
According to new research, 176 bird species around the world use a variety of anthropogenic materials in their nests. Birds use our leftover or discarded materials all over the world. Seabirds in Australia use fishing nets in their nests, ospreys in North ... read..


Study decodes structure of crucial neural transport protein
Los Angeles | July 9, 2023 4:42:47 PM IST
Cryo-EM, a powerful microscopy technique, was used by researchers to decode the molecular architecture of a transporter protein that controls the movement of a key neurotransmitter. ... read..


Study finds secrets of plant regeneration
Ikoma | July 9, 2023 4:41:56 PM IST
Researchers discovered how the WOX13 gene influences the fate of regenerating plant cells and how this affects shoot regeneration efficiency. ... read..


Study reveals bilateral total knee arthroplasty associated with increased complication rates
Washington | July 9, 2023 3:41:42 PM IST
Research found that patients receiving bilateral total knee arthroplasty (TKA) have a higher risk of numerous types of problems than comparable individuals undergoing unilateral TKA. ... read..


Study gives new insight into gastric cancer
Texas | July 9, 2023 11:40:30 AM IST
A new study done by experts at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre provides a deeper understanding of the development of the tumour microenvironment throughout the progression of gastric cancer. Two of the study's notable discoveries include ... read..


Madagascar hippos were forest dwellers: Study
Washington | July 8, 2023 7:42:33 PM IST
Researchers discovered that extinct dwarf hippos that once roamed Madagascar lived in forests rather than the open grasslands preferred by common hippos on mainland Africa. ... read..


Scientists discover method to reduce mercury emissions from industry
Washington | July 8, 2023 7:10:17 PM IST
Researchers have devised a method for reducing mercury levels in sulphuric acid by more than 90%, even at very low levels. ... read..


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