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Aug 28, 2017
Researchers find evidence that capturing photos can enhance visual memoryThe researchers examined memories for specific objects, and found that participants who were able to take pictures performed better on visual memory tasks.
Aug 12, 2017
Indian-origin researchers develop an artificial intelligence based app to spot fake productsIndian-origin researchers have developed a new system that uses AI algorithms and an app to distinguish genuine and fake versions of the same product.
Jul 26, 2017
Scientists are changing functions of living cells to redesign life forms by rewriting DNA codesScientists have earlier been able to make specific changes in the DNA code. Now, they're starting over and building redesigned life forms from scratch.
Jun 23, 2017
Preet Bharara to pen a book focusing on 'integrity, leadership and moral reasoning'India-born former top US federal prosecutor Preet Bharara, fired by President Donald Trump after he refused to quit, is writing a book in which he will talk about "integrity, leadership, decision making and moral reasoning"
Jun 07, 2017
Video game based learning can improve the mental health of refugee kids: ResearchProviding technological interventions such as digital games to children living as refugees in war-torn regions may help boost their academics as well as improve their mental health, a research has found.
Dec 28, 2016
Viral Acharya named new RBI deputy governor for three yearsViral Acharya is also the C V Starr Professor of Economics in the Department of Finance at the New York University Stern School of Business
Oct 10, 2016
Nobel Economics Prize 2016: World Bank's new chief economist Paul Romer likely winnerThe World Bank's new chief economist is among those tipped to win the Nobel Economics Prize on Monday, as the awards season moves into a second week.
Mar 19, 2016
A secret canvas: New book on architect Jehangir Vazifdar shines a light on his other identity — that of an artistNot much is known about architect Jehangir Vazifdar's work as a modern artist — but his son Phiroze is working hard to change that
Mar 08, 2016
Hashtag activism on Twitter has triggered biggest ever push for racial justice in US, say researchersWith hashtag activism, the micro-blogging site Twitter has triggered the biggest ever push for racial justice the US has seen in decades, researchers report.
Nov 06, 2015
Burial vaults, skeletons found under New York University campusTwo centuries-old burial vaults discovered beneath a street in the heart of New York University's campus by workers replacing a water main were likely part of a Presbyterian church cemetery, an archaeologist said Thursday.