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Apr 02, 2019
Earth's collapsing systems led to dinosaurs dying out – we're headed the same wayHumans are prove to be ultimate generalists owing more to technology than evolution.
Oct 16, 2018
Dogs have a much better understanding of human speech than previously suspectedLooks like dogs may understand human speech more than we have given them credit for in the past.
Sep 01, 2018
CRISPR gene-editing successfully stops muscle-eating disease in young dogsCutting out a tiny part of the faulty gene recovered enough of the proteins normal function
Aug 15, 2018
Researches identify the 'zombie' gene that protects elephants from cancerResearchers are finding a way that may also pave way for treating cancer in humans.
Aug 05, 2018
Humans are vulnerable to emotional manipulation by robots, finds studyFor the study, the research team involved 89 volunteers who were asked to interact with a robot.
Jul 19, 2018
Shape-changing robot that climbs rough terrain can help people trapped in debrisThe robot can climb over large obstacles and crawl through a tunnel, pipe or narrow gaps.
Jun 21, 2018
How complex social structures helped humans transition from claws to nailsResearch suggests the descent of primates leading up to mammals such as monkeys, apes and humans had a specialised claw
Apr 27, 2018
Meera Devidayal talks about her exhibition Water Has Memory, the severed relationship between the city and the seaMeera Devidayal's Water Has Memory speaks about how humans have ruined their relationship with nature by exploiting it | #FirstCulture
Mar 08, 2018
Study says that smartphone addiction could be a hyper-social behaviour that arises due to human desire to socialiseTurning off push notifications and setting up appropriate times to check your phone can go a long way to regain control over smartphone addiction
Aug 06, 2017
Humans prefer interacting with faulty robots than those that function flawlessly: StudyPeople prefer interacting with faulty robots significantly more than with those that function and behave flawlessly, a study has found.