Tag: Research

Waste not: South Africa makes world’s first human urine brick

Cape Town: One day, when nature calls, your urine could be put to better use than to be flushed down…

Nationalism a driving force behind fake news in India: BBC research

A research conducted by BBC has revealed that a rising tide of nationalism in India is driving ordinary citizens to…

Losing the first baby tooth can lead to a positive experience

Washington: Scared, ashamed, happy or proud - how do children feel when they lose their first baby tooth? An interdisciplinary…

Dementia may arise from non-inherited DNA errors

New Delhi: According to a new research, only a small proportion of dementia cases are thought to be inherited, the…

This common drug may cause liver failure

Washington: Turns out, acetaminophen, a common pain reliever, is the leading cause of acute liver failure. In the liver, acetaminophen…

Elevated BP is linked to aortic valve disease

Washington: Turns out, people with a long-term problem of blood pressure has an increased risk of aortic valve disease (AVD)…

Research indicates Indian consumers confident that AI will make lives easier

Bengaluru: Salesforce, the customer success platform and world's number one Customer Relationship Management (CRM) company has unveiled its findings from…

Hand dryers spread 5X more germs than paper towels: Research

According to the latest finding germ counts around jet air dryers were many times higher than they were in the…

Your genetic profile decides severity of asthma symptoms

Washington: Turns out, asthma patients with a specific genetic profile exhibit more intense symptoms of asthma following exposure to vehicular…

Researchers introduce 1st ever 4D printing for ceramics

Washington: While the world is still trying to digest the concept of 3D printing, researchers have developed the world's first-ever…

Women more likely to die of heart attack if doctor is male: study

Tampa: Women suffering heart attacks in hospital emergency rooms in the United States are more likely to die if their…

Computational methods may help to track spread of cancer

Washington: Migration of cells from one part of the body to another can lead to cancer and can increase deaths…

No need for high-dose vitamin D in infants: study

Tampa: Tripling the dose of vitamin D supplementation for babies does not make their bones any stronger by age two,…

Why suicide attempts are more in adolescents?

Washington: According to a recent study, the number of suicide attempts in youth has doubled since 2008. The research looked…

Govt should promote research, innovation in education: President Kovind

New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday said that the government has a responsibility to promote and support research…

900-year long droughts in Himalayas wiped out Indus valley Civilization says study

Kharagpur: The famous Indus Valley Civilization stretching across India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, was reportedly wiped out by nature‚Äôs fury says research…

Depression, not for the ‘weak-hearted’

Washington : Depression negatively impacts patients with cardiovascular disease, finds a study. About one-fifth of cardiovascular disease patients suffer from…

New research links hearing problems to increased risk of injury

Washington: If you have trouble hearing, it can increase your risk of an injury, according to a research. While many…

Steps towards a future free of drug-induced hearing loss

Washington: A new research has compiled a study detailing the hearing loss issue, caused by drugs and solvents. The Oregon…

NHRC Recruitment 2018 Various Posts (27 Vacancies Opening)

National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) New Delhi invites applications for recruitment of following vacancies in Investigation, Research, Accounts, Administration and…