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People with higher memory capacity more likely to follow social distancing norms: Study

The results also suggest learning social distancing as a new norm requires an effortful decision process that relies on working memory

Published on 11th July 2020
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American varsities including Harvard, MIT sue Trump administration over visa row for foreign students

The lawsuit represents a swift response to the unexpected order issued this week by the federal government, as universities rush to protect the status of thousands of international students

Published on 9th July 2020
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Nehru, Star Wars and social distancing: What went down at IIIT-Bengaluru's first e-convocation

The graduates included seven PhD degrees, 13 Master of Science by Research degrees, 159 MTech degrees, 11 MSc degrees, 63 dual degrees, and 29 students with sponsored MTech degrees

Published on 5th July 2020
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Aye aye, captain: Mentors from this IIM Bangalore incubated start-up can help you make that career switch

Incubated at NSRCEL, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, MyCaptain offers several courses through young and clued in mentors who can guide you through your career or help you change careers

Published on 11th June 2020
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How 18-year-old Sanjana Dixit started a menstrual movement that has distributed 1.2 lakh pads to women in need

Based out of Bengaluru, Sanjana started Rutuchakra and through it, she conducts effective workshops on menstrual hygiene and she also ensures that even boys and men are part of the conversations 

Published on 2nd June 2020
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Multitasking at workplace can likely create a tense environment, lead to negative emotions: US study

The findings are published in the Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Published on 16th May 2020
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Drinking sugary drinks daily may be linked to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease in women: Study

The new research was published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, an open-access journal of the American Heart Association

Published on 13th May 2020
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Scientists probe Jupiter's violent storms, lightning strikes

Three years of imaging observations using the international Gemini Observatory have probed deep into Jupiter's cloud tops

Published on 8th May 2020
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Researchers say children falling ill with mysterious inflammatory syndrome probably linked to COVID-19

But the number of affected children is still tiny, much lower than the number of the seriously ill from the flu in the same community, the researchers said

Published on 7th May 2020
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Researchers in the US develop computer model that predicts how drugs affect heart rhythm

Heart arrhythmia, also known as irregular heartbeat or cardiac dysrhythmia, is a group of conditions where the heartbeat is irregular, too slow, or too fast

Published on 11th April 2020
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New US-based study reveals most people consider becoming vegetarian for their health

The results showed that the main motivation for nonvegetarians to consider being vegetarian is their health, with environmental and animal rights motives being less common

Published on 3rd April 2020
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Can robots help combat the COVID-19 pandemic? Researchers find out

According to the study, robots can be used for clinical care such as telemedicine and decontamination; logistics such as delivery and handling of contaminated waste

Published on 26th March 2020
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International team finds almost 70 drugs that could potentially be used to treat COVID-19

Around 332 human proteins were found to interact with the SARS-CoV-2 viral proteins, the researchers, including Advait Subramanian, Srivats Venkataramanan, and Jyoti Batra, all from UCSF, said

Published on 26th March 2020
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Novel coronavirus can remain stable on surfaces for hours to days: Study 

Researchers, including those from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in the US, said SARS-CoV-2 was detectable in aerosols for up to three hours

Published on 18th March 2020
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Harvard Medical School recommends yoga, meditation to deal with coronavirus anxiety

Making healthy, reasonable choices about what to do and what not to do will make a big difference in being able to stay as safe and as well as possible

Published on 16th March 2020

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