Our prediction of musical events remains inexorably bound to our musical upbringing. It is why every brain reacts differently to a piece
A study titled ‘The role of cat eye narrowing movements in cat-human communication’ shows that if humans slow-blink at cats they will respond by blinking back at them. The narrowing of eyes and slow-blinks translate into a ‘smile’ for cats
Researchers in Taiwan have found that earbuds, specifically Apple AirPods, could potentially bridge the gap between persons with hearing difficulties and their first step to seeking hearing assistance. However, they should not be viewed as a long-term solution
The Mother Tongue Survey of India (MTSI) with field videography of 576 languages and dialects across India is complete. This comes amid the Centre’s push for using mother tongues at home and in education
The researchers found that people who are most attractive to mosquitoes produce a lot of certain chemicals on their skin that are tied to smell
While NASA has undertaken some incredible tasks and had some spectacular achievements, it has also improved the lives of millions by contributing, directly and indirectly, to the invention of everyday items. Here’s a closer look
After first catching the world's attention for their ability to operate tiny cars in 2018, the University of Richmond's 'rat drivers' are hitting headlines again. The animals are now part of a project that could help resolve human mental health challenges
The MoU provides a formal basis for the Indian Navy to interact with relevant faculty members at IISc and also promote joint research programmes in areas of mutual interest
New research, recently published in the journal PNAS, used data from 5,146 adults between the ages of 52 and 74 to examine the immediate and longer-term impact of COVID-19 on their mental health, well-being, social interactions, and financial outcomes
The main finding — 19.8 million COVID-19 deaths were prevented — is based on estimates of how many more deaths than usual occurred during the time period. Using only reported COVID-19 deaths, the same model yielded 14.4 million deaths averted by vaccines
While nanomedicine has seen many successes, some researchers have been disappointed by its underwhelming overall performance in cancer
Centre intends to establish more research centres in country to support research of ISRO, says Union Minister Jitendra Singh
Singh said that the existing Space Technology Incubation Centre, Regional Academic Centre for space will get a grant of Rs 200 lakhs per year maximum and new proposed cells also will adopt the same guidelines
The report suggested the need for awareness creation and ensuring compliance in Tier-3, 4 towns and rural districts where, in some cases, compliance was at near-zero levels
Referring to the theme of India's pavilion — ''Openness, Opportunity and Growth'' — Modi stressed that today's India is one of the most open countries in the world, open to learning, open to perspectives, open to innovation and open to investment
Facebook's policy of pursuing profits regardless of documented harm has sparked comparisons to Big Tobacco, which knew in the 1950s that its products were carcinogenic but publicly denied it into the 21st century
It is also revealed that 50 percent of Gen Z face issues such as tiredness, poor sleep, and headaches as a result of digital consumption.
The aim is to fight the next war with Indian weapons, said DRDO Director General (Technology Management) Hari Babu Srivastava
The WHO panel visited China and found evidence pointing to the pandemic starting as a result of zoonotic transmission of the virus, meaning a spillover from an animal to humans.
Elizabeth Bik, scientific integrity consultant said serious cases — like extensive plagiarism or fabrications of experiments or results — are rare.