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Research identifies new cause of inherited heart condition

In the study, an international team of researchers analysed the genomes of 2,817 people with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

Published on 27th September 2021
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Researchers find links between loneliness and reduced trust

Using an online questionnaire, the researchers selected 42 people from 3678 adults who were affected by severe loneliness but did not suffer from a mental illness or were receiving psychotherapy

Published on 22nd September 2021
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Research finds how schools can boost better sleep patterns in teens amid pandemic

According to the researchers, encouraging better sleeping habits could help reduce teenagers' stress and improve their ability to cope in times of crisis

Published on 18th September 2021
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Hear me and rejoice: How this speech database by SSN researchers can help dysarthric people find their voice

SSN College of Engineering researchers have built a novel speech database in Tamil and other Indian languages for dysarthric patients

Published on 15th September 2021
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Study finds women receive less credit for their work in academic publications

The findings were drawn from an analysis of 5,575 survey responses from researchers in the natural sciences, medicine, engineering, social sciences, and professional fields

Published on 6th September 2021
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Study finds how the dreaming phase matters for brain refreshing

The researchers also measured electrical activity in the brain to identify REM sleep, non-REM sleep, and wakefulness and looked for differences in blood flow between these phases

Published on 4th September 2021
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Why we need sensitisation in schools to arrest apathy towards non-male genders

Writer, social policy researcher and Dalit activist Cynthia Stephen said that the school itself does not include teachings about gender equality

Published on 2nd September 2021
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This team of researchers from UoH has developed a first-of-its-kind Blockchain platform to aid farmers. We find out how it works

Harnessing the hottest new tech in town these researchers have created a farmer-centric Blockchain ecosystem that aims to distribute value back to the farmers

 

Published on 1st September 2021
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Children gained excess weight during COVID pandemic: Study

The researchers said that children between 5 to 11 years gained 5.07 pounds more during COVID-19 than during the same time period before COVID-19

Published on 28th August 2021
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Scientists discover new technique that predicts astronauts' space radiation risk

The researchers studied blood samples from space station crew members to measure their levels of chromosome alterations from radiation and other factors 

Published on 23rd August 2021
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Antibody that protects against broad range of COVID-19 virus variants discovered

Researchers have discovered an antibody that attaches to a part of the virus that differs little across the variants, meaning that it is unlikely for resistance to arise at this spot

Published on 21st August 2021
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Study suggests that regular exercise even in polluted areas can lower risk of death

Researchers found that a high level of habitual exercise and a low level of exposure to air pollution was associated with lower risk of death from natural causes

Published on 16th August 2021
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IIM Calcutta residential course in Healthcare Management now goes entirely online. Here’s all you need to know about it

This course is also open for mental health professionals, health-policy researchers, and medical insurance employees

Published on 14th August 2021
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Likes, shares on social media platforms amplify moral outrage over time, finds new study

According to the researcher, moral outrage can be a strong force for societal good, motivating punishment for moral transgressions, promoting social cooperation and spurring social change

Published on 14th August 2021
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Study reveals that rapport with co-travellers leads to better tourist satisfaction

The researchers recorded videos showing high, moderate and low levels of rapport among tourists in the context of a group food tour.

Published on 6th August 2021

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