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UK scientists link chimpanzee lip-smacking to human speech 

The study published in the journal 'Biology Letters' used video recordings collected at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland and Leipzig Zoo in Germany as well as recordings of wild apes in Uganda

Published on 27th May 2020
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Remdesivir, the antiviral under clinical trials improves recovery time in COVID-19 patients: Study

The researchers, including those from New York University in the US, found that Remdesivir was most beneficial for hospitalised patients with severe disease requiring supplemental oxygen

Published on 27th May 2020
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IIT Madras researchers develop high-performance magnesium alloy that can significantly reduce vehicular emissions

The research team has made headway in solving this challenging problem by formulating a magnesium alloy with almost zero yield asymmetry and high ductility

Published on 26th May 2020
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Rwandan scientists conducting research on the immunity of recovered COVID-19 patients

Scientists in Rwanda are carrying out research aimed at finding out whether people who recovered from the COVID-19 in the country got specific antibodies to the virus, an official said Monday

Published on 26th May 2020
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How this Bengaluru start-up's CoronaOven can 'bake' the dreaded virus to a crisp, keep you safe

Developed by Bengaluru-based start-up Log 9 Materials, this device was not only created in record time, it was also deployed in the market really quick. This is how they went about developing it

Published on 25th May 2020
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First COVID-19 vaccine human trial finds it is safe, induces immune response

However, the scientists, including those from the Beijing Institute of Biotechnology in China said further research is needed to confirm whether the vaccine protects against SARS-COV-2 infection

Published on 23rd May 2020
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This Kochi-based start-up is helping schools go digital in 24 hours flat! Here's how

EduBrisk Knowledge Solutions, founded by Saiju Aravind, through their programme Classroom to Virtual Classroom within the next 24 hours is helping schools in an enormous way. This is how they do it

Published on 22nd May 2020
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US could've saved 36,000 lives if social distancing measure adopted earlier: Study

The US is the worst-hit country due to coronavirus. According to John Hopkins University data, there are 1,577,287 confirmed cases and 94,702 deaths

Published on 22nd May 2020
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SARS antibody found to neutralise COVID-19 virus that could be the next step towards potential clinical trials

The antibody, called S309, is now on a fast-track development and testing path at San Francisco-headquartered Vir Biotechnology in the next step toward possible clinical trials

Published on 20th May 2020
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Six feet distancing not enough to stop virus transmission in light winds, says Cyprus study

In the study, published in the journal Physics of Fluids, they said even with a slight breeze of about four kilometres per hour (kph), saliva travels 18 feet in 5 seconds

Published on 20th May 2020
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Climate change, human activities may have influenced super cyclone Amphan

Koll said these high temperatures could supercharge a cyclone since tropical cyclones primarily draw their energy from evaporation at the ocean surface

Published on 19th May 2020
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Recession, job losses, another pandemic and protectionism top worries: World Economic Forum study

As economies restart, there is an opportunity to embed greater social equality and sustainability into the recovery, which would unleash a new era of prosperity, said Geneva-based WEF

Published on 19th May 2020
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Here's why Corona Khichdi, a short film by 11 IISc students and alumni is hilarious  

All the actors have shot their parts while staying at home during the lockdown, maintaining strict social distancing. All of them live in different parts of the world, from Texas to Kolkata

Published on 19th May 2020
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Talking loudly can increase the risk of COVID-19 transmission: Study

The experiment explains the reason behind the coronavirus infections spreading in nursing homes, conferences, households, and other places

Published on 17th May 2020

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