30 Apr 2016
Washington: New NASA research has given new clues to how the moon got its mysterious 'tattoos' – swirling patterns of light and dark found at over a hundred locations across the lunar surface.
11 May 2016
Washington: Smartphone addicts, take note! People who use digital technology excessively may develop ADHD-like symptoms even if they are not diagnosed with the disorder, a new study has warned.
10 May 2016
Washington: Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump has said as US President he would make an exception for London's first Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan in his proposed temporary ban on the entry of Muslims to the US and hoped that the Labour leader would set an example.
25 Apr 2016
London: The leaves of virus-infected plants reflect light differently to attract the attention of disease-spreading greenfly, new research suggests.
19 Apr 2016
Jerusalem: The use of 'location-aware' smartphones and voluntary sharing of information is diminishing people's privacy, say researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel.
24 Apr 2016
New York: Despite having extremely underdeveloped muscles and wings, young birds may acquire a mature flight stroke early in life by initially relying more on their legs and wings for power, finds a new study.
03 May 2016
Los Angeles: Though antibiotics are essential for fighting bacterial infection, they may also make the body more prone to infection and diarrhoea, a new study has warned.
18 Apr 2016
New York: Scientists have identified a new mechanism in the human brain that plays a major role in regulating the "switch" between sleep and wakefulness.
22 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Earth Day is being celebrated across the world today. The earth is passing through a difficult phase as it is facing many tough challenges like global warming, pollution, population, extreme weathers, ozone depletion, and other environmental dangers. Odd-even, droughts, heat waves and unusually high temperatures are forming parts of the news regularly which suggests that the health of our planet is not up to the mark.
15 Apr 2016
New York: A team of US researchers has for the first time decoded how deep sleep – also called slow-wave sleep – is involved in promoting the consolidation of recent memories in our brain.