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Apr 23, 2019
Living Robots: Machines that eat, mutate like living beings built by Cornell engineersThe machine isn't technically 'alive', just closer to it than any other 'living robots in existence.
Apr 11, 2019
Alien species could be evolving on some of our nearest exoplanets, reveals studyLife may be evolving on Earth-like planets orbiting in the habitable zone of some of our closest stars.
Feb 07, 2019
2018 was the fourth-warmest year on record, next five years to be much hotterThe US temperature in 2018 was the 14th warmest on average, said NOAA climate monitoring chief.
Oct 16, 2018
People's perception of food can be altered using virtual reality, reveals studyThe purpose here was to develop an easy-to-implement and affordable method for adapting virtual reality.
Oct 11, 2018
#MeToo: Trauma of patriarchal terms like 'eve-teasing' shed dominance as 'sexual harassment' takes overFeminists have long argued about the gendered nature of language and how it furthers patriarchy.
Aug 07, 2018
Former CEA Kaushik Basu says lynchings and 'divisive policies' hurting India's goal of becoming economic superpowerFormer chief economic advisor Kaushik Basu said a spate of lynchings and divisive policies are hurting India's image and warned the country's political leaders that the negative publicity could hinder its goal of becoming an economic superpower, according to several media reports.
Feb 02, 2018
Budget 2018: Fiscal discipline has taken a backseat, says Indian economist of Cornell UniversityFiscal discipline has taken a backseat in the latest annual Indian Budget which contains many tinges of populism, noted Indian economist Eswar Prasad said
Dec 03, 2017
Newly appointed Infosys CEO Salil S Parekh seen as a soft-spoken yet determined man by analystsParekh, was chosen from over two dozen candidates in a search that lasted about 3 months and covered a wide canvas of names both within and outside Infosys.
Nov 23, 2017
How smart virtual personal assistants can incubate human empathyMobile technology giants have been making it happen, with their Virtual Personal Assistants (VPA) that have been strengthening the human-machine relationship.
Oct 15, 2017
Cornell University Researchers develop programmable camouflaging material inspired by octopus skinScientists have developed a stretchable and programmable camouflaging material inspired by the instantaneously changing skin of octopus and cuttlefish.