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Creativity depends on where you are from: Research

Creativity depends on where you are from: Research

28 Jan 2015

Montreal: When it comes to the creative juices, some people have a faster flow than others as creativity is closely tied to culture, new research at the Concordia University has found.

Creativity,   culture,   Concordia University ,  
Gujarat Technological <strong>University</strong> launches centre to fight cybercrime

Gujarat Technological University launches centre to fight cybercrime

28 Jan 2015

Ahmedabad: With an aim to curb rising menace of cybercrimes, Gujarat Technological University (GTU) here has launched e-Raksha Research Centre that will encourage research and enhance capability to provide solution for issues related to cyber security.

Gujarat Technological University,   centre to fight cybercrime,   e-Raksha Research Centre,   cyber security,   cybercrime rise,  
 Quitting smoking gradually may help kick the habit

Quitting smoking gradually may help kick the habit

28 Jan 2015

London: Want to quit smoking? Do it gradually. Smokers may find it easier to kick the butt if they stop smoking gradually than if they quit abruptly, a new study suggests.

Quit smoking,   Smokers,   human brain,   blood flow,   University of Copenhagen ,  
Negative doctor-patient talks can worsen symptoms

Negative doctor-patient talks can worsen symptoms

28 Jan 2015

London: Doctors who unintentionally tell patients that they do not believe or understand them could actually worsen their symptoms, a small yet significant study suggests.

doctors,   patient,   symptoms,   University of Southampton,  
'Khamoshiyan' perfect launchpad for me: Director Karan Derra

'Khamoshiyan' perfect launchpad for me: Director Karan Derra

28 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Karan Derra may have served as an assistant director in Bhatt-camp films like 'Blood Money' and 'Aashiqui 2', but he says being approached by the production house to helm their upcoming 'Khamoshiyan' was a surprise for him.

Khamoshiyan,   Director Karan Derra,   Mahesh Bhatt,   Mahesh Bhatt movies,   Ali Fazal,   Aashiqui 2 movie,  
Body movements can help learn math better

Body movements can help learn math better

28 Jan 2015

Washington: Imagine a classroom full of kids moving around, contorting their bodies and waving their arms to learn math.Researchers from the University of Vermont (UVM) found that elementary school students learned geometric principles more easily when physical movements were incorporated into the lesson plans.

Body movements,   learn math,   mathematics,   Researchers from University of Vermont,   school students,  
Chewing gum improves oral health: Study

Chewing gum improves oral health: Study

28 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A recent study published in the journal, 'PLOS ONE' has suggested that chewing gum helps improve oral health by removing around 100 million bacteria from mouth in just 10-15 minutes.

Chewing gum,   oral health,   Netherlands University of Groningen,  Chewing Gum improves oral health,  
'Super Saturn' with gigantic ring system found

'Super Saturn' with gigantic ring system found

27 Jan 2015

London: Astronomers have found that the ring system they saw eclipsing a very young Sun-like star known as J1407 is of enormous proportions, much larger and heavier than the ring system of Saturn.

Super Saturn,   Astronomers,   ring system,   University of Rochester,  
Iran wants 'more active' European Union role in nuclear talks

Iran wants 'more active' European Union role in nuclear talks

27 Jan 2015

Tehran: The European Union (EU) can play a more active role in the negotiations between Iran and the world powers over its nuclear issue, Iran Foreign Minister.

nuclear talks,   Iran nuclear talks,   European Union in nuclear talks,   Iran Foreign Minister,   Mohammad-Javad Zarif ,   Rui Machete,   ,  
Scientists identify brain's thirst switch

Scientists identify brain's thirst switch

27 Jan 2015

New York: Neuroscientists have identified neurons that trigger our sense of thirst and the ones that turn it off. The findings could lead to new therapies for dehydration and excessive thirst.

Scientists,   brain's thirst switch,   Neuroscientists,   neurons,   Columbia University Medical Centre,  

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