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Indian dental student shot dead at her apartment in California, no arrests made yet

Mar 16, 2015

Indian dental student shot dead at her apartment in California, no arrests made yet

A 37-year-old Indian woman dental student has been found dead in Albany, the US city's first homicide victim since 2004, officials said on Sunday. #NewsTracker #San Francisco #University of California #Indian students in US #Randhir Kaur #Indian Dental Student
Scientists have invented a way to unboil a hen egg

Jan 26, 2015

Scientists have invented a way to unboil a hen egg

Scientists have invented a way to unboil a hen egg and claim that the new method coulddramatically slash costs for cancer treatments and speed up biotechnology research related to proteins. #Egg #WeirdNews #University of California #scientists #Hen egg #lysozyme
Passive smoking from marijuana may damage blood vessels: study

Nov 17, 2014

Passive smoking from marijuana may damage blood vessels: study

Breathing second-hand marijuana smoke could damage your heart and blood vessels as much as second-hand cigarette smoke, says a new research. #NewsTracker #Chicago #Illinois #University of California #marijuana #second-hand marijuana smoke #Matthew Springer #American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions
Phishing is successful 45 percent of the time, says Google study

Nov 10, 2014

Phishing is successful 45 percent of the time, says Google study

Certain websites included in phishing emails successfully lure users up to 45 percent of the time, according to a new Google study. #Life #Internet #NewsTracker #Hacking #phishing #University of California #Websites #online surfing #Google study
Social media can help prevent spread of HIV, says study

Oct 30, 2014

Social media can help prevent spread of HIV, says study

In addition to providing other potential benefits to public health, all of those tweets and Facebook posts could help curb the spread of HIV, finds a study. #Life #social media #facebook #US #Twitter #NewsTracker #Health #HIV #Los Angeles #Study #research #University of California
Infusion of younger blood may help reverse effects of aging studies

May 05, 2014

Infusion of younger blood may help reverse effects of aging studies

"Older mice that received young blood had a sharpened sense of smell, able to distinguish odours as well as young animals could," the Guardian reported. #Harvard University #research #University of California #mice #anti-aging #blood infusion
Antarctica's underwater melt behind 90 percent of ice loss

Sep 16, 2013

Antarctica's underwater melt behind 90 percent of ice loss

Melting of Antarctica's submerged ice shelves accounts for as much as 90 percent of ice loss in some areas, a new study suggests. #India #climate change #Antarctica #University of California #Utrecht University #Jonathan Bamber
From 1908 to 2013 Stories of unlikely desi activists in US

Aug 15, 2013

From 1908 to 2013 Stories of unlikely desi activists in US

If Independence Day makes us rue we don't have real heroes anymore think again. A walk in Berkeley uncovers some unexpected desi heroes showing that South Asians have never stopped speaking out. #LGBT #UrbanPostcard #University of California Berkeley #South Asian Radical History Walking Tour #Ghadar
Swine flu virus found in seals for first time

May 16, 2013

Swine flu virus found in seals for first time

Researchers have detected the H1N1 virus, that created a worldwide pandemic in 2009, in elephant seals off the coast of central California - the first report of the flu strain in any marine mammal. #NewsTracker #California #Swine flu #H1N1 virus #University of California #Ano Nuevo State Reserve
Forget typing passwords, soon you may just have to think about it!

Apr 11, 2013

Forget typing passwords, soon you may just have to think about it!

Researchers at the University of California Berkeley School of Information developed the device that explores the feasibility of brainwave-based computer authentication as a substitute for passwords. #ThisisNext #Computer #passwords #University of California Berkeley School