November 29, 2018 Thursday 04:29:54 IST
China’s female beauty paradigms changes themselves
#Researcher of University of Delaware observes that in new china, the beauty paradigms also undergo changes.
November 22, 2018 Thursday 04:44:04 IST
Magic mushrooms to boost creativity!
In a preliminary study conducted by researchers of Leiden University in The Netherlands suggests that ‘microdoses’ of certain magic mushrooms may boost fluent thinking skills of humans.The research led by Luisa Prochazkova experimentally investigated the cognitive-enhancing effects of microdosing on a person's brain function with
November 19, 2018 Monday 01:58:55 IST
A new tool to decide on making or breaking a dam developed
#Researchers of University of Maine have developed a tool based on machine learning to accurately gauge the pros and cons of constructing a new dam.
November 13, 2018 Tuesday 11:47:45 IST
When ‘small changes’ better than ‘no change’ at all
An international group of researchers has established that people feel it's easier to achieve a small incremental goal than to maintain the status quo, thanks to a quirk in the way our brain evaluates goals.Is it true that no change is easier than any change? Not always, suggests a new study published in Organizational Behavior and Hu
October 27, 2018 Saturday 12:29:49 IST
Admitting children to the best school is not always the best for students
A research study based on a 50 years of data suggests that ensuring that the children attend top schools is not uniformly beneficial to students’ achievements in the later stages of their life. Parents often go to great lengths to ensure that their children attend top schools, surrounded by high-achieving peers who often come f
Editor’s Note : Thought for the week
To be successful in life what you need is education, not literacy and degrees- Munshi Premchand
October 26, 2018 Friday 11:37:31 IST
Why are city dwellers more hurried and less friendly?
A new study by psychology researchers of the University of Miami suggests that humans switch off their automatic inclination to share in dealings with strangers, robbing them of their core instincts.Humans are born generous! They try to be fair to others, as far as possible under the influence of a basic instinct. However, they can quickly unl
October 05, 2018 Friday 02:37:13 IST
Call for making a new “Noah’s Ark” for Microbes
#As climate change threatens the microbial diversity, a team of researchers call for creation of a global microbiota vault to protect the long-term health .
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January 05, 2019 Saturday 12:04:08 IST
Tesla to Start Delivering Model 3 to China Buyers in March
Tesla said on Friday it plans to start delivering Model 3 cars to customers in China in March, cementing a time frame that the US electric vehicle (EV) maker's chief executive, Elon Musk, tweeted about late last year.The California-based firm, which aims to accelerate Chinese sales that have been hit hard by the impact of trade tension between
January 05, 2019 Saturday 11:51:55 IST
ISRO Working on Chandrayaan-2 Launch for Next Month
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is likely to launch Chandrayaan-2, the country's second mission to the Moon, next month, sources in the space agency said Thursday."We are all trying hard. Definitely, it should be possible to launch the mission in February," a senior ISRO official told PTI. It is expected by the middle of next mont
June 28, 2018 Thursday 02:10:24 IST
8 Advantages of Language Labs
#Using a language lab has many benefits
June 28, 2018 Thursday 01:43:30 IST
The Advantages of Using a Projector in the Classroom
#Teachers and students alike find projectors to be useful classroom devices.
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Round Table January 02, 2019 Wednesday 01:12:29 IST
Cultivate New Tech Farm Beckons Gen Next
Everyone is a beneficiary of agriculture. Yet very few are concerned about the realities behind cultivation. People tend to indulge in a culture of relishing good food, without ever thinking of the routes or the roots behind the scenes.India has often been called a ‘sleeping giant’ in terms of utilisation of its manpower. Perhaps the term