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Dec 11, 2018
Game of Thrones: Researchers analyse death patterns in HBO's period drama to predict season 8 survivorsThe study shows that Game of Thrones characters were more likely to survive if they switched their allegiances, much like Tyrion Lannister
Jun 28, 2018
Women's safety survey: Thomson Reuters Foundation defends its methodology as questions over 'perception poll' mountThe Thompson Reuters Foundation's survey report titled 'The Most Dangerous Countries for Women-2018', which has adjudged India as the most unsafe country for the fairer sex, has been garnering a strong but mixed response.
Jun 27, 2018
Mobile tech gets parents reading to children, improves home literacy environmentThe research revealed how parents' and caregivers' reading habits changed after receiving access to a free mobile library of children's books.
May 21, 2018
Scientists create bio-engineered bacteria that can break down plants into valuable chemicals"We borrowed a transporter design from another microbe and engineered it into E coli, which helps pump the vanillin into the bacteria," researcher Fang Liu said.
Feb 22, 2018
More users tweeting from smaller cities than larger ones, claims new studyThe researchers identified that while there are less people tweeting, there are a group of people who tweet prolifically.
Feb 11, 2018
Yogi Adityanath bats for simpler exams after over 10 lakh skip UP board tests, feels students fear examsA fear of exams has been created among students, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath today said, emphasising on the need to make examinations simpler after over 10 lakh examinees skipped the state board tests in the last four days.
Oct 31, 2017
A new trend of anonymously posting mean things about themselves online is on the rise among teens: StudyThe findings show that nearly six percent of the teens reported that they had anonymously posted something mean about themselves online.
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.
Jul 13, 2017
Donald Trump's presidential win had vital role by WikiLeaks, says UK study done on viral tweetsCriticism of Hillary Clinton over documents posted by WikiLeaks played a key role in her failed US presidential campaign and successful election of Donald Trump
Jun 27, 2017
Twitter capable of detecting serious incidents and predicting riots faster than Police: StudyThe study showed that computer systems using a series of machine-learning algorithms could automatically scan through Twitter and detect serious incidents.