The Milky Way’s feeding habits reveal dark matter

Chicago [US], January 17 (ANI): A new study has revealed the properties of dark matter enveloping our Milky Way galaxy, thanks to a new map of twelve streams of stars orbiting within our galactic halo.According to the research…

Earth’s interior is cooling faster than expected: Research

Zurich [Switzerland], January 16 (ANI): A measuring system that measures the thermal conductivity of bridgmanite in the laboratory, under the pressure and temperature conditions that prevail inside the Earth, has been developed by a team of researchers...

Risky food hunting might be key to human success: Study

Durham [US], January 16 (ANI): Researchers have found that early human foragers and farmers adopted a high-risk, high-reward strategy to find food.The research has been published in the 'Science Journal'.They spent more energy in pursuit of food than…

Researchers assert infants with low-risk deliveries should not need antibiotics

Washington [US], January 16 (ANI): A team of international researchers has found that infants born through uncomplicated caesarean delivery, without labour or membrane rupture before delivery and no concern for infection, should not need antibiotics at...

Researchers highlight potential new therapeutic approach for leukemia

Washington [US], January 16 (ANI): A recent clinical study found that Acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) cells rely on a previously little-known protein called SCP4 for survival.Acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) is an aggressive cancer of white blood cells with...

Small, temporary increase in menstrual cycle length linked to COVID-19 vaccine: Study

Washington [US], January 15 (ANI): Women receiving one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine during a single menstrual cycle had an increase in cycle length of nearly one day, compared to unvaccinated women, a recent study has found.The increase…

Research: Women’s cognitive performance can be affected by severity of menopause symptoms

Washington [US], January 15 (ANI): Severe depression and sexual dysfunction, in particular, can affect a woman's orientation, registration, attention, recall, and language and visuospatial skills, suggests a new study.Study results are published in Men...

Brain networks enable human conversation: Study

New York [US], January 15 (ANI): Researchers have found that the brain circuit is active while we plan our spoken replies during a conversation.The research has been published in the 'Nature Journal'.The study focused on brain computations that…

Study proposes forgetting is a form of learning

Washington [US], January 15 (ANI): A team of scientists has proposed a theory that forgetting represents a form of learning.The study has been published in the 'Nature Reviews Neuroscience Journal'.The scientists behind the new theory suggested that ch...

Study finds green Mediterranean diet may slow age-related neurodegeneration

Washington [US], January 15 (ANI): A new study has found that a green Mediterranean diet, high in polyphenols and low in red and processed meat, seems to slow age-related brain atrophy.The research has been published in the 'The…

Parents’ genes influence child’s educational success: Study

Washington [US], January 15 (ANI): A team of researchers from the University College London recently found that children's educational success depends on the genes of their parents, both inherited and not inherited.The study has been published in 'The…

Study finds copper-based chemicals might be leading to ozone layer depletion

California [US], January 15 (ANI): A new study has found that copper released into the environment from brake pads, antifouling paints, and other sources may be contributing significantly to stratospheric ozone depletion.The research has been published...

Study finds Earth’s interior is cooling faster than expected

Zurich [Switzerland], January 15 (ANI): A team of researchers has developed a measuring system that enables them to measure the thermal conductivity of bridgmanite in the laboratory, under the pressure and temperature conditions that prevail inside the...

Similar to social media feeds, brains operate with lag to update: Research

Washington [US], January 14 (ANI): Similar to our social media feeds, our brains are constantly uploading rich, visual stimuli. However, according to new research from the University of California, Berkeley, instead of seeing the latest image in real-t...

Study finds skin-related side effects indicate cancer drugs work on patients

Washington [US], January 14 (ANI): A new study has found that the side effects of advanced cancer drugs, related to skin, indicate that they may actually be working.The research has been published in the 'JAMA Dermatology'.For the study,…

Study finds risky food hunting might be key to human success

Durham [US], January 14 (ANI): A new study has shown that early human foragers and farmers adopted an inefficient high-risk, high-reward strategy to find food.The research has been published in the 'Science Journal'.They spent more energy in pursuit…

Detection of ADHD more accurately: Study

Washington [US], January 13 (ANI): A new study has identified a new neurological marker for attention deficit disorder with or without hyperactivity.The research has been published in the 'Biological Psychiatry Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging J...

Study finds novel brain circuit leads to rhythms of vocalization

California [US], January 13 (ANI): A team of researchers has discovered that a small cluster of neurons in the brain stem not only regulates tempo but also coordinates vocalization with breathing. The research has been published in the…

Researchers develop first fully 3D-printed flexible OLED display

Washington [US], January 13 (ANI): In a new study, researchers at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities used a customised printer to fully 3D print a flexible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display.The research has been published in the…

Economic growth goes down when number of days with extreme rainfall go up: Study

Potsdam [Germany], January 13 (ANI): A study by a team of Potsdam scientists found that economic growth goes down when the number of wet days and days with extreme rainfall go up.Rich countries are most severely affected and…

CSIO opens its doors to all at the National Science Day

Central Scientific Instruments Organisation(CSIO) celebrated “National Science Day” on Friday, hosting an Open Day. All the labs were kept open for the general public at noon. Around 1000 visitors, including…