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Nov 22, 2019
Lemon juice can boost immunity, aid weight loss, improve digestion and clear up the skinDrinking lemonade every day is a very healthy habit, just do not overdo it
Oct 18, 2019
Our skin can keep track of time without any help from the brain, study suggestsOctopuses, chameleon can change their skin's colour based on their environment because of photoreceptors in their skin.
Aug 16, 2019
Scientists find new sensory organ in mice, expect to find it in humans as wellThis organ is sensitive to environmental factors such as pricks and pressure, and is made up of glial cells,
May 10, 2019
Skin movie review: Guy Nattiv's bizzare film reduces racial tension to a cosmetic problemSkin offers little by way of insight into reformation, let alone modern racism
Nov 24, 2017
Drug price regulator caps prices of 51 essential formulations used for cancer, heart, skin treatmentNPPA fixes ceiling price of essential medicines of Schedule I under the Drugs (Prices Control) Order (DPCO) 2013
Oct 18, 2017
Flexible sensor 'skin' to help robots or prosthetic devices convey a sense of touchThe bio-inspired robot sensor skin mimics the way a human finger experiences tension and compression as it slides along a surface .
May 15, 2017
UMN researchers develop 3D printed bionic skin to give robots the sense of touchUS researchers have developed a "revolutionary" process for 3D printing stretchable electronic sensory devices that could give robots the ability to feel.
Apr 04, 2017
Person of colourBeing a person of colour is an understanding that whether you’re a “dothead” or an “illegal,” you are in some way vulnerable to individual and systemic violence and coercion because you were born looking a certain way.
Mar 20, 2017
Soon you can get e-tattoos that will help you control your smartphone using your skinScientists have developed ultrathin temporary electronic tattoos which can turn skin blemishes and wrinkles into touch-sensitive buttons for controlling your smartphone.
Jan 31, 2017
Caltech engineers create artificial skin that is sensitive to changes in temperatureEngineers at Caltech researching in creating synthetic wood stumbled across a material that was electrically responsive to changes in temperature.