Monday, August 10, 2020

Biology without borders

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New Quantitative Biology Initiative will bring together physical and life scientists to answer major questions By Peter Reuell Harvard Staff Writer For centuries, people have looked at living...

Three new genes associated with chronic back pain identified

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New York-- Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have identified three novel genetic variants associated with chronic back pain that may help point toward avenues...

Indian-origin scientist devises novel materials for solar fuel cells

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New York-- An Indian-origin chemist from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) has developed new high-performing materials for cells that harness sunlight to...

India to build gravitational wave observatory

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New Delhi--In a major boost to Indian science research, the Union cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal to establish a state-of-the-art gravitational wave observatory...

Indian origin team develops model for safer self-driving cars

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CAMBRIDGE, MA--A team of Indian American researchers has developed a novel model that uses human inputs to uncover Artificial Intelligence (AI) "blind spots" in...

17 Indians to explore Antarctica for climate change impact

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By Fakir Balaji Bengaluru--About 150 explorers from 26 countries, including 17 young Indians, are sailing to Antarctica on Sunday on a 13-day expedition to study...

30 million year old fossil flowers found preserved in amber

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New York--Researchers have discovered the first ever fossil specimens of an "asterid" -- a family of flowering plants that gave us everything from the...

Why the Mediterranean is a climate change hotspot?

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Although global climate models vary in many ways, they agree on this: The Mediterranean region will be significantly drier in coming decades,...

With 1,274 species of birds and mammals eating figs, British biologist urges to protect...

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By Vishal Gulati New Delhi--If you want to see the wildlife in the tropics and subtropics, one of the best places to be is beneath...

In-flight bumpiness set to triple due to climate change

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London--Mid-air turbulence is likely to increase by up to three times in the coming decades due to climate changes, increasing the risk of injuries...
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