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Plants may sleep at night


   All of us know that animals sleep every day following their circadian rhythm. But, it was unclear about plants whether they sleep or not. It was the topic of debate among many people. A team of researchers has found… Continue Reading →

Dandruff might be caused by bacteria


 Dandruff is a common scalp disorder which is formed by the shedding of dead skin cells from the scalp. According to a report, around 50% of the people in the world is suffering from this problem. This problem is mainly… Continue Reading →

Chicken or The Egg: Which one really came first?


 Since the ancient era, we are dangling with the question: Did the egg come first or the chicken? This can be interpreted in two ways. In order to lay an egg, we need a chicken and to hatch a chick… Continue Reading →

Technologies Hacking the Traditional Textiles


 In the advancing modern world, technology has touched the integral part of our lives. Our lifestyle is completely different when compared with the world that existed around two decades back. Well, today technology has even touched the textiles that we… Continue Reading →

Zika reduces cells differentiation in infant’s brain


                 Zika fever is an infection caused by Zika virus and spread through the bite of Aedes mosquitoes. Its symptoms are mild but sometimes it doesn’t show any symptoms at all. Much research… Continue Reading →

Star having different internal driving force is revealed


 All of the stars in the universe have an internal driving force which is created by the magnetic force of the star. These magnetic fields cause sunspots to appear on the surface of the sun. Astrophysicists from Neils Bohr Institute… Continue Reading →

DNA analysis reveals history of ice age Europeans


 The analysis of DNA from prehistoric Europeans has shown the rapid increase in population twice from 45,000 to 7,000 years ago which is closely related to the end of last ice age. This research was led by Harvard Medical School…. Continue Reading →

Stem Cells form new lens in cataract patients


 Cataract is a severe eye-related problem which is a significant cause of blindness in the world. It is caused due to clouding of the lens which blocks the path of light and causes the disturbance in vision. Though it is… Continue Reading →

Antibody infusion prevents from HIV like infection


 HIV/AIDS is a deadly sexually transmitted disease (STD) which interferes with our immune system slowly and increases the risk of getting opportunistic diseases like tuberculosis, pneumonia and so on, and different types of cancer. In 2014 about 36.9 million people… Continue Reading →

1 minute intense exercise may be enough for you


   All of want to do exercise and remain fit. But, most of us can’t do work out regularly. The main excuse we give to ourselves for this is that we don’t have enough time for it.  New studies have… Continue Reading →

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