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Study shows forests play greater role in depositing toxic mercury across the globe

The study suggests that mercury loading in forests has been underestimated by a factor of about two and that forests worldwide may be a larger absorber and collector of gaseous mercury than assumed

Published on 13th July 2021

Addressing social needs may reduce distress, improve the health of women with cancer, finds a new study

The new study was published by Wiley early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society

Published on 12th July 2021

IIT Guwahati research on Eri and Muga Silk accepted by World Bank

Such an in-depth study with extensive scientific field research from design management perspective has been conducted for the first time, with the research output likely to play significant role 

Published on 12th July 2021

IISc scientists discover two species of few-electron bubbles in superfluid helium

FEBs can help in studying how the vortices interact with each other as well as heat flowing through the superfluid helium

Published on 12th July 2021

Rare supernova shining with borrowed energy source spotted by Indian researchers

Deep study of such ancient spatial objects can help probe the mysteries of the early universe

Published on 10th July 2021

COVID-19: Risk of severe illness, death in children very low, UK study finds

The risk of death from SARS-CoV-2 is extremely low in children but it increases the likelihood of serious illness in the most vulnerable young people

Published on 9th July 2021

Scientists find how the immune system reacts to COVID variants, study suggests vaccine importance

The study, published in the PLOS Medicine, also stressed the need to invest in new vaccine designs to keep pace with emerging COVID variants

Published on 8th July 2021

Study shows weekly dance training can help people with Parkinson's disease

The study found that patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) can slow the progress of the disease by participating in dance training with music for one-and-a-quarter hours per week

Published on 8th July 2021

Mutations help Epsilon Coronavirus variant evade vaccine immunity, a study finds

The mutations in Epsilon variant of COVID-19 help it to escape the resistance offered by current vaccines, according to a study conducted by the University of Washington

Published on 7th July 2021

Legal education needs to be digitised, but lacks trained teachers: Why an AI-powered moot court may be the future of law schools

The study pointed out the discrepancies of the current system and asked experts from various aspects of law to compile a list of suggestions that can be used as a handbook to start the digital journey

Published on 5th July 2021

Researchers suggest that lower exposure to UVB light may increase colorectal cancer risk

The study suggests that lower UVB exposure may reduce levels of vitamin D, a deficiency of which has been shown to cause colorectal cancer

Published on 5th July 2021

Around 94 per cent of patients with cancer respond well to COVID vaccines, finds new study

The study, published in the journal Cancer Cell, indicated that among the 131 patients studied, 94 per cent developed antibodies to the Coronavirus

Published on 3rd July 2021
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All-women team from IIT Delhi develop 'antifungal strategy' to treat fungal eye infections

In their research study, the scientists found that "conjugate drug penetration was 5-fold higher than Natamycin in rabbits, thus enabling lowering of the dosage frequency"

Published on 3rd July 2021

A new study finds that cows' stomachs have microbes that can break down plastic

In other words, these microorganisms can already break down similar materials, so the study authors thought they might be able to break down plastics as well

Published on 2nd July 2021

The Thing About Wildlife: Get your BTS fix from this podcast hosted by young wildlifers

TTAW is a podcast that should definitely feature on your list because of the interesting stories and experiences shared by those who care and study the wild. New episode drops every Sunday, people

Published on 1st July 2021

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