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Researchers find that excess nitrogen is endangering butterflies in Switzerland

The research team reports a connection between the unintentional fertilization and the low diversity of butterflies in Switzerland

Published on 18th June 2021
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What do corals and human bones have in common? Read about this US-based researcher's work to find out

Manju Mummadisetti has a thing for studying proteins which has led her down several fascinating corridors of science. Her latest attempt at studying corals has been lauded. We find out more about it

Published on 16th June 2021
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Video games can provide mental health support? Researchers at Lero, Ireland sure think so

The team at Lero, a world leader in connected-health research, said video games could be used where conventional therapies are not available because of cost or location

Published on 17th June 2021
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Researchers study why short-sightedness is increasing in children

Globally, it's projected that by 2050 half of the world's population will be myopic

Published on 17th June 2021
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Study by Yale researchers find that exposure to common cold can help combat COVID-19 infection

The study by Yale researchers found that the common respiratory virus jump-starts the activity of interferon-stimulated genes, early-response molecules in the immune system

Published on 16th June 2021
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Researchers find that brain, not willpower, decides if you will lose weight or not

The findings, published in the journal NeuroImage, support a prevalent neural theory that people with an increased neural response to seeing and smelling food consistently overeat and gain weight

Published on 19th October 2020
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IIT Mandi researchers decode mechanism by which excess sugar intake causes fatty liver disease

This research has conclusively shown that excessive sugar intake leads to a fatty liver. This should offer incentive to the public to reduce sugar intake to stop NAFLD in its early stages

Published on 14th June 2021
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AI will predict how patients with past viral infections will respond to new ones, find researchers

One, a set of 166 genes, reveals how the human immune system responds to viral infections. A second set of 20 signature genes predicts the severity of a patient's disease

Published on 12th June 2021
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IISER Bhopal researchers develop technology to treat tumours in cancer patients

According to the team, the technology can deliver active molecules to specific sections of proteins and hence, can help get rid of the tumours without harming the patient's healthy cells

Published on 7th June 2021
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Researchers find new way of predicting COVID-19 vaccine efficacy, making it easier to develop new vaccines 

The study suggests that early immune response in a person who has been vaccinated for coronavirus can predict the level of protection they will have to the virus over time

Published on 1st June 2021
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This team of researchers from IIT Mandi can tell us about the structure of the COVID-19 virus

This research can take us way ahead in understanding how the COVID-19 virus acts and replicates and can help us find a cure eventually 

Published on 27th May 2021
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Researchers seek to get a deeper understanding of cell mechanism

The study seeks to understand cellular mechanosensing, the ability to sense and respond to the mechanical properties of the microenvironment in a unique way

Published on 26th May 2021
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IIT Guwahati researchers develop smart window material for automatic climate control in buildings to save energy. Here's how

Buildings around the globe account for 39 per cent of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions annually to maintain indoor temperature and brightness

Published on 25th May 2021
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I share your frustration: CSIR's HR Head says they will try and clear dues to India's researchers by June 10

Dr Ray's reply might not be a very strong assurance, but it sure is empathetic and humble. Rather contrary to the trend of replies from university officials across the country

Published on 22nd May 2021
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This platform helps researchers from various fields collaborate and learn from each other

Researcher.Life helps researchers connect with other researchers and also serve as a one-point solution for all things research, finds Blessy Mathew Prasad

Published on 19th May 2021

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