Sunday, July 5, 2020

16-Year-old Swedish activist nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

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Copenhagen-- Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old Swedish activist, who is a prominent voice in the fight against climate change, has been nominated for the Nobel...

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...

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...

Northeastern professor Auroop Ganguly on storm of uncertainty in climate change

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By Aria Bacci News at Northeastern Climate change isn’t a monolith. It’s characterized by the melting of ice caps over time as much as by a...

Your brain cells may be making you brave

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Sao Paulo-- Ever wondered why some people comfortably walk between skyscrapers on a high-wire while others freeze on the mere thought of climbing off...

When women, literally, aren’t recognized

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By Ekaterina Pesheva The Harvard Gazette Our ability to recognize faces is a complex interplay of environment, neurobiology, and contextual cues. Now a study from Harvard...

What the Nose Knows: The Science of Scent, Smell, Emotions and Memory

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By Colleen Walsh Harvard Staff Writer/The Harvard Gazette “… I carried to my lips a spoonful of the tea in which I had let soften a...

Helping to uncover the mechanism controlling brain states

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By Juan Siliezar The Harvard Gazette It might be complicated, but the concept is as simple as a light switch. A team of researchers led by two...

Poaching pushes anteaters to near extinction as environment ministry shuts its eye

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By Kushagra Dixit New Delhi-- Though on the verge of extinction, pangolins or scaly anteaters -- among the most traded animals in the world that...

Earliest Genetic Glimpses of the Movement and Mingling of Peoples in West Asia 8,500...

By Juan Sillezar The Harvard Gazette New genetic research from around one of the ancient world’s most important trading hubs offers fresh insights into the movement...
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