• Search results for Researchers
Image Title
social_meida_students

Students want interactive teachers to keep them off tech, says Canadian study

During the study, instructors saw technology as useful for providing accessible education, but it was also distracting for them

Published on 27th June 2019
Talentspire Kerala Education

Great scientific minds like G Madhavan Nair and Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan are coming together to change science education in Kerala

Talentspire brings together academicians and researchers in the science field to alter science curricula in the Kerala education system

Published on 26th June 2019
QUB_180518_2472a

We have been lobbying very hard for the 2 year after-study work visa:  Ian Greer, Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University Belfast

Cost of living is an awful lot cheaper, he says. "The quality of the course here is good and we do offer a good package in terms of reasonably priced courses and very good quality of living," he says

Published on 26th June 2019
Lovely Professional University in Punjab

Waiting for your luggage at the airport stressing you out? These LPU researchers have a 'smart' solution

The baggage on the conveyor belts is tracked and the passengers are informed about their luggage arrival schedule on the monitors

Published on 25th June 2019
heart_attack

AI-enabled tool developed to detect heart attacks, says international study

The ML algorithm is able to pull out patterns in the data and predict that patients with certain patterns are more likely to have an adverse event like a heart attack

Published on 26th June 2019
Fake Degree Certificates

SFI writes to MHRD and pulls the plug on fake universities offering DLitt degrees to VIPs. Full list inside

The list has nine universities. The organisation has also submitted a letter to the Ministry of Human Resource Development on Thursday

Published on 21st June 2019
QUB_260815_1919

Queen's Calling: Why studying in Belfast will make a lot of sense for you

Their Physical Education Centre was used as a training base during the London Olympics and they have as many as 50 sports clubs

Published on 19th June 2019
Ramaiah_University_Building

What are the new courses at MS Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences? Find out here

Dr Sivaguru S Sritharan, Vice-Chancellor of MSRUAS talks about his vision for the institute and the new courses that will be launched soon

Published on 19th June 2019
neophobia

Researchers find that fear of unfamiliar food may increase the risk of lifestyle disorders

Food neophobia is an eating behaviour trait in which a person refuses to taste and eat food items or foods they are not familiar with

Published on 19th June 2019
IIT Madras NIRF Rankings

IIT-M Researchers study to extract Methane from ice-like cages in Indian EEZ waters

There has been worldwide interest in the development of techniques to extract methane gas trapped in ice-like crystalline cages called 'Gas hydrates'

Published on 18th June 2019
pa ranjith controversy speech

What Pa Ranjith said isn't new. Identity politics has made us forget historical facts: Stalin Rajangam

We ask writer Stalin Rajangam if Pa Ranjith's statements had any basis and if in fact, people's lands were snatched away from them

Published on 13th June 2019
Sun

Rare 'superflares' from Sun could disrupt Earth's communications, warn scientists

Astronomers probing the edges of the Milky Way have in recent years observed superflares — huge bursts of energy from stars that can be seen from hundreds of light years away

Published on 12th June 2019
Dr

IIT Hyderabad Researchers analyse the amount of mercury in the hair of Indians

The research team chose three cities for their analysis - Hyderabad, Vasco da Gama and Nellore,  and collected the data from more than 600 people in these cities

Published on 11th June 2019
Obesity

Teens suffering from obesity more likely to face and instigate bullying, claims US study

The second component of the study involved comparing obese teens who were either victims, perpetrators, or both

Published on 11th June 2019
Sleep_Women

Late to bed, late to rise? These simple tweaks can help normalise your sleep cycle

The study, published in the journal Sleep Medicine, showed that it was possible to shift the circadian rhythm of 'night owls' using non-pharmacological and practical interventions

Published on 10th June 2019

Search results 1 - 15 of 290