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Facebook allegedly threatens researchers to shut down study on Instagram algorithms: Report

Launched in March 2020, AlgorithmWatch published findings that showed the algorithm encouraged photos that showed bare skin and that photos showing faces are ranked higher than screenshots of text

Published on 14th August 2021
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Here's everything that you should know about the self-dissolving wound dressing invented by IITG researchers

The hydrogel combines synthetic and natural polymers to create a transparent, non-toxic, absorbent material that can serve as an alternative to the cotton wound dressings

Published on 12th August 2021
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I did not like poetry going back to the shelf: Meet researcher-cum-poet Madhu Raghavendra

Madhu Raghavendra, a poet and founder of Poetry Couture, speaks about he started this group and the way it spread organically across India. He has published three books of poems so far

Published on 11th August 2021
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An ML algorithm developed by IIIT Hyderabad researchers can tell you how many trees line your street

They have been pouring over it since the end of the year 2020 and now, it's out! The algorithm that can detect how many trees are there on your street. This helps estimate urban green cover of cities

Published on 4th August 2021
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Czech Republic is confusing us: Why Indian students, researchers want Czech borders to open ASAP

Uncertainty looms on them as many of them did not anticipate that the Czech Republic would seal their borders and not open them up at all

Published on 2nd August 2021
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Researchers at IITs Hyderabad and Kanpur estimate third COVID wave to hit mid-August

The third wave is expected to be less brutal than the devastating second wave that claimed countless lives in June

Published on 2nd August 2021
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Researchers find in-host mutations of COVID-19 virus in variants

The researchers also said that tracking the changes that happen in the virus inside a host in individuals and populations might provide important leads to the viral sites that affect its survival

Published on 31st July 2021
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IIT, IIM researchers claim breakthrough in pricing 'carbon risk' for investments in polluting firms

The team from the two top institutions has established a relationship between the carbon footprint of companies and the potential risks of investing in these firms

Published on 27th July 2021
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Researchers predict resurgence of respiratory viruses in young children 

The researchers suggested continued emphasis on handwashing and basic hygiene measures and other protective measures such as breastfeeding

Published on 26th July 2021
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Researchers find significant presence of micro-plastics in Ganga

Micro-plastics are defined as plastics less than 5 mm in length and recognised as a major source of marine pollution due to their persistence, ubiquity and toxic potential

Published on 23rd July 2021
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Researchers find new metabolism process that recycles drug in the gut and liver 

The discovery has important implications for scientists trying to understand how both phytochemicals and medicines are metabolised in the body

Published on 19th July 2021
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These researchers from Odisha have developed a low-cost dryer machine to reduce moisture in paddy

The researchers have come up with the machine's prototype which has a capacity to reduce moisture of 2 kg paddy in around two hours

Published on 19th July 2021
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Researchers develop new drug that delivers carbon monoxide to protect against acute kidney injury

Although carbon monoxide (CO) gas is toxic in large doses, scientists have discovered it can have beneficial effects by reducing inflammation and protecting cells against injury

Published on 18th July 2021
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Researchers say artificial photosynthesis promises clean, sustainable source of energy

The ability to store the energy easily, without requiring bulky batteries, would dramatically improve humans' ability to power society cleanly and efficiently

Published on 15th July 2021
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IIT Mandi researchers can now say what's ailing crops just by looking at photos of leaves

In order to develop a robust model, healthy and diseased leaf data were collected from fields across Punjab, UP and Himachal Pradesh

Published on 12th July 2021

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