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Tweets with images, hashtags get more re-tweets

Tweets with images, hashtags get more re-tweets

19 Dec 2014

New York: A study, that analysed around two million tweets, found that images in a tweet increases the chance of getting re-tweeted for more than four times.

how to get retweeted,   twitter re-tweets,   Tweets with images,   Tweets with hashtags,   Tweets with links,   increasing chance of retweet,   Tweets with media,  
National conclave on <strong>how</strong> to nourish tribal children

National conclave on how to nourish tribal children

16 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar: A national conclave would be held here next month to work out strategies for properly nourishing tribal children who suffer from chronic under-nutrition.

Odisha,   Union Tribal Affairs Ministry,   Government of Odisha,   UNICEF,   Yumi Bae,   ,  
<strong>How</strong> birds listen without external ears?

How birds listen without external ears?

12 Dec 2014

London: A new study has suggested that birds use their heads to listen to the sounds coming from different angles as they do not have external ears.

How birds listen,   birds ear,   birds external ears,   birds use heads to listen,   birds ear,  
No one really knows <strong>how</strong> long Ebola can live: Study

No one really knows how long Ebola can live: Study

11 Dec 2014

Washington: No one really knows whether the deadly Ebola virus can survive on glass surfaces or counter-tops or how long it remains active in water, waste water, or sludge, new research has found.

World Health Organisation,   Ebola,   active ebola virus,  liquid droplets,   Ebola research labs,   ,  
<strong>How</strong> our grip strength changes as we age

How our grip strength changes as we age

06 Dec 2014

London: If you are in your 30s and surprised to find that your grip is no more as strong as it used to be, read this.

aging,   Richard Dodds,   grip ,   Human Grip,   Aging symptoms ,  
<strong>How</strong> to look good in a little black dress

How to look good in a little black dress

04 Dec 2014

London: The little black dress (LBD) is the must-have outfit for the party season but be careful while opting for the look. To look beautiful in the skimpy outfit, one should try for a bloat-free stomach or tactical exercising, says an expert.

little black dress,   black short dress,   black party dress,   black one piece,   makeup with black dress,   expert tips for little black dress,  
<strong>How</strong> the Sun could make sea water potable

How the Sun could make sea water potable

03 Dec 2014

London:  A Britain-based firm Desolenator has developed a ground-breaking prototype that uses just the power of the Sun to turn sea water into drinking water.

Sun,   Sea water,   Minerals in Water,   William Janssen,   ,  
Hughes death showed <strong>how</strong> fickle life can be: Australian hockey coach

Hughes death showed how fickle life can be: Australian hockey coach

05 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar: Just like the entire world, the Australian hockey team has also been affected by country mate and cricketer Phillip Hughes sudden death and national coach Graham Reid said that the tragic accident made everyone "realise how fickle life can be".

Australian hockey team,   Phillip Hughes,   Graham Reid,  
Math can predict <strong>how</strong> body fights disease

Math can predict how body fights disease

29 Nov 2014

Melbourne: Researchers, using mathematical models, have defined for the first time how powerfully immune cells respond to infection and disease.

type-1 diabetes,   Math,   T cells,   diabetes,   Hall Institute of Medical Research,  
<strong>How</strong> galaxies evolve in the cosmic web

How galaxies evolve in the cosmic web

24 Nov 2014

New York: An international team of researchers discovered that thread-like 'filaments' in the cosmic web play an important role in the evolution of galaxies like our Milky Way.

galaxies,   cosmic web,   filaments,   evolution of galaxies,   Milky Way,   COSMOS,   HIZELS,  

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