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Nuclear war between India and Pakistan can kill up to 125 million people, lead to global climate catastrophe: US researchers
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Nuclear war between India and Pakistan can kill up to 125 million people, lead to global climate catastrophe: US researchers

The researchers found that the exploding nuclear weapons could release 16 to 36 million tonnes of soot, tiny black carbon particles in smoke

Hackers steal 68 lakh records from Indian healthcare websites for alleged cancer research
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Hackers steal 68 lakh records from Indian healthcare websites for alleged cancer research

The stoled healthcare records contained key patient and doctor information and credentials.

Brain's neurons help in identifying and interpreting different colours and shapes
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Brain's neurons help in identifying and interpreting different colours and shapes

Some neurons are only activated by a specific colour or shape, others were responsive to both shape and colour.

As country reels under severe spells of heat wave, Venkaiah Naidu says imperative that scientists address extreme weather, warming, drought
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As country reels under severe spells of heat wave, Venkaiah Naidu says imperative that scientists address extreme weather, warming, drought

Changing weather & climate patterns also affect agriculture & economy, the VP told researchers at NARL.

Journalists, scholars ask Facebook to review rules for research on the site
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Journalists, scholars ask Facebook to review rules for research on the site

Mark Zuckerberg has been requested this in a letter, to which he has asked to respond by 7 Sept.

Researchers discover a new type of transistor 'memristor' that could open the door to a new generation of electronics
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Researchers discover a new type of transistor 'memristor' that could open the door to a new generation of electronics

memristors could hold the key to a new era in electronics, being both smaller and simpler in form than transistors.

Researchers are using phone cameras to study and analyse rare cosmic rays
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Researchers are using phone cameras to study and analyse rare cosmic rays

Mobile phone cameras use technology similar to that in particle detectors and hence they are able to detect EAS.

New machine learning techniques could successfully predict an earthquake
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New machine learning techniques could successfully predict an earthquake

The machine learning algorithm was able to identify a particular pattern in the sound, which occurs long before an earthquake.

Indian-origin researchers develop an artificial intelligence based app to spot fake products
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Indian-origin researchers develop an artificial intelligence based app to spot fake products

Indian-origin researchers have developed a new system that uses AI algorithms and an app to distinguish genuine and fake versions of the same product.

Snapchat's Snap Map feature is useful when it comes to verification: Research
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Snapchat's Snap Map feature is useful when it comes to verification: Research

According to researchers from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich, apps like Snapchat are particularly useful in verification.

Researchers develop energy harvesting system that can generate electricity from human motion
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Researchers develop energy harvesting system that can generate electricity from human motion

Clothes that double up as cell-phone charger could be a reality soon as researchers have found a way to generate electricity from human motion.

Cell phone without battery invented by University of Washington researchers
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Cell phone without battery invented by University of Washington researchers

The cell phone harvests the few microwatts of power it requires from either ambient radio signals or light and requires no batteries.

Researchers develop a health app for people suffering from dementia
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Researchers develop a health app for people suffering from dementia

A health app is being developed by researchers to help improve the environment at workplaces, public buildings, and homes for people living with dementia.

Silkworms can repair damaged eardrums claim Australian researchers
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Silkworms can repair damaged eardrums claim Australian researchers

The team of researchers, based in Melbourne and Perth, have developed a device that incorporated silk into the "ClearDrum" ear implant to repair eardrums.

Soon metal electrodes implanted in clothes to charge small electronics
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Soon metal electrodes implanted in clothes to charge small electronics

Researchers have invented a way to apply metal-free electrodes to the fabric and off-the-shelf clothes so that it feels good to the touch.

Good social skills at work are a must to avoid getting replaced by a robot
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Good social skills at work are a must to avoid getting replaced by a robot

People with personality traits such as great interpersonal skills, intelligence and vocational interests may be less likely to fall victim to automation.

Researchers have developed a new technology that will help you turn any surface into a touchpad
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Researchers have developed a new technology that will help you turn any surface into a touchpad

This technology can help turn surfaces of a wide variety of shapes and sizes into touchpads with the use of tools as simple as a can of spray paint.

Researchers have made a meter that helps users make stronger and easier to remember passwords
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Researchers have made a meter that helps users make stronger and easier to remember passwords

The new meter led users to create stronger passwords that were no harder to remember than passwords created without the feedback.

Russian hackers hit French presidential front runner Emmanuel Macron’s campaign: Trend Micro
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Russian hackers hit French presidential front runner Emmanuel Macron’s campaign: Trend Micro

Japanese anti-virus firm Trend Micro says that the campaign of French presidential front-runner Emmanuel Macron has been targeted by Russia-linked hackers.