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Activation of Plant-Stem Cells to Form Nests by Parasitic Nematodes

Activation of Plant-Stem Cells to Form Nests by Parasitic Nematodes

Parasitic plant nematodes are pests which parasitize the roots of agricultural crops, leading to the formation of nests called ‘galls’. These galls deprive the plants of nutrition, ultimat

Californian Indian Water Bottles Recreated by Scientists

Californian Indian Water Bottles Recreated by Scientists

Replication of water bottles in the traditional way used by Native Californian Indians gave scientists a new fact to study. Scientists told that the people may have suffered health issues due to the p

Scientists Develop New Concept to Empower Robot and Human

Scientists Develop New Concept to Empower Robot and Human

Researchers at the University of Hertfordshire in the UK have developed a concept called Empowerment. As per the scientists, this concept will help robots to shield and serve humans, while keeping the

EFFORTS TO RECOLONIZE LOST TIGER HABITAT IN RUSSIA SUCCESSFUL

EFFORTS TO RECOLONIZE LOST TIGER HABITAT IN RUSSIA SUCCESSFUL

The PROO Tiger Center of Russia has released a photograph captured by a camera trap in the Pri-Amur region of Russia. It is the image of a rehabilitated Amur tigress which was released into the wild i

VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS’ END PREDICTED USING INFRARED SATELLITE DATA

VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS’ END PREDICTED USING INFRARED SATELLITE DATA

Scientists from the University of Hawaii have found that NASA’s infrared satellite data could be used to predict the end of lava eruptions. They tested a hypothesis initially published in 1981

Surgery-Tested Software to Detect Liver Tumors

Surgery-Tested Software to Detect Liver Tumors

A surgery – tested software has been developed by an engineer that can combine easily with CT scanned images of the liver. With the help of special stylus surgeons clean the surface of the expos

Link between Climate and the Evolution of Beak Size

Link between Climate and the Evolution of Beak Size

Scientists have left a story incomplete about the evolution of beak size. In the 1990s, researcher Russ Greenberg from the Smithsonian Institution in the United States began to discover a new question

UTILIZING NANOTECHNOLOGY TO FIGHT DRUG-RESISTANT BUGS

UTILIZING NANOTECHNOLOGY TO FIGHT DRUG-RESISTANT BUGS

Antibiotic resistance is an increasing issue, particularly among a group of bacteria known as "Gram-negative." As these bacteria possess two cell-membranes, it is harder for drugs to penetrate and des

Scientists Exhibits Known Animal Fossils

Scientists Exhibits Known Animal Fossils

Currently, scientists have done a research and came to know that the first animal phyla emerged in rapid succession -- prior to the global Ice Age that set in around 700 million years ago. The fossil

VIDEO GAMES HELP MILITARY PERSONNEL TO COPE WITH ANXIETY

 VIDEO GAMES HELP MILITARY PERSONNEL TO COPE WITH ANXIETY

Jaime Banks, a professor from the West Virginia University, grew up in a military family. She observed that her family members found stress relief through video games. Talking of this she says "I wat

Impact of Human Population on Animals

Impact of Human Population on Animals

According to the biologists, humans play an important role in the extinction of animals, globally. The scientists have conducted a study and prepared a data on numbers of animals which disappeared fro

Pink and White Terraces of Lake Rotomahana Rediscovered

Pink and White Terraces of Lake Rotomahana Rediscovered

Researchers said that the lost natural wonder in New Zealand may have been found again. It was previously thought to be destroyed by a volcanic eruption in 1886. The Pink and White terraces of Lake Ro

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