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NEET-PG 2023 registration window reopens on nbe.edu.in, MDS window to open tomorrow

Times of India_Education - 2 hours 16 min ago
The candidates who are completing their internship from April 1, 2023 to June 30, 2023 and are fulfilling all other criteria of NEET-MDS and NEET-PG 2023 can now apply for NEET-PG and NEET-MDS 2023 from February 9 and 10, 2023 respectively from 3 PM onwards to February 12, 2023, till 11:55 PM.
Categories: Educational News

RRB Recruitment 2023: Additional panel released for paramedical, technician and JE posts

Times of India_Education - 2 hours 23 min ago
The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released the additional panel for paramedical, technician, and Junior Engineer posts. Candidates who appeared in the examination can visit the official website of regional RRBs to check the additional panel lists. Check out the article below to know more about the related details and information.
Categories: Educational News

Govt teacher’s maths kit makes learning interesting

Times of India_Education - 2 hours 56 min ago
The activity has helped children understand concepts, develop group discussion skills, and make an otherwise boring maths class lively. The materials used to prepare the kit are a different variety of papers, that are easily available.
Categories: Educational News

Exact magma locations may improve volcanic eruption forecasts

Science Daily - 4 hours 49 min ago
Cornell University researchers have unearthed precise, microscopic clues to where magma is stored, offering a way to better assess the risk of volcanic eruptions.

Roads, pet dogs and more may pose hidden threat to Africa's primates

Science Daily - 4 hours 49 min ago
Simple solutions, such as not leaving out food at night, could help to protect non-human primates in Sub-Saharan Africa -- some of which are already struggling because of threats like climate change and habitat loss.

Trained dogs can sniff out a deadly deer disease

Science Daily - 4 hours 49 min ago
A study has demonstrated that pet dogs could be trained to sniff out chronic wasting disease, a deadly ailment that affects deer. The proof-of-concept investigation suggests detection dogs could be an asset in the effort to identify, contain, and manage the highly contagious disease.

'We're not all that different': Study IDs bacterial weapons that could be harnessed to treat human disease

Science Daily - 4 hours 49 min ago
When it comes to fighting off invaders, bacteria operate in a remarkably similar way to human cells, possessing the same core machinery required to switch immune pathways on and off, according to new research.

16-fold rise in applicants after scheme for girls includes STEM

Times of India_Education - 4 hours 59 min ago
There has been a 16-fold jump in the number of applicants after the government introduced the Savitribai Jyotirao Phule Fellowship for Single Girl Child (SJSGC) last year by expanding the scheme to include STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) studies.
Categories: Educational News

Past records help to predict different effects of future climate change on land and sea

Science Daily - 8 hours 9 min ago
Ongoing climate change driven by greenhouse gas emissions is often discussed in terms of global average warming. For example, the landmark Paris Agreement seeks to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees C, relative to pre-industrial levels. However, the extent of future warming will not be the same throughout the planet. One of the clearest regional differences in climate change is the faster warming over land than sea. This 'terrestrial amplification' of future warming has real-world implications for understanding and dealing with climate change.

Making molecules faster: Discovery dramatically reduces time it takes to build molecules

Science Daily - 8 hours 9 min ago
With a big assist from artificial intelligence and a heavy dose of human touch, a lab made a discovery that dramatically speeds up the time-consuming chemical process of building molecules that will be tomorrow's medicines, agrichemicals or materials.

Protein droplets may cause many types of genetic disease

Science Daily - 8 hours 9 min ago
Malfunction of cellular condensates is a disease mechanism relevant for congenital malformations, common diseases, and cancer, new research suggests.

Controllable 'defects' improve performance of lithium-ion batteries

Science Daily - 8 hours 9 min ago
Some defects can be good. A new study shows that laser-induced defects in lithium-ion battery materials improve the performance of the battery.

Current microbiome analyses may falsely detect species that are not actually present

Science Daily - 8 hours 9 min ago
Common approaches to analyze DNA from a community of microbes, called a microbiome, can yield erroneous results, in large part due to the incomplete databases used to identify microbial DNA sequences, according to a new study.

Study reveals that much still not known about cognitive decline

Science Daily - 8 hours 9 min ago
The risk factors linked to cognitive decline in older adults explain a surprisingly modest amount about the large variation in mental abilities between older people, according to a new national study.

Geoengineering to cool earth: Space dust as Earth's sun shield

Science Daily - 8 hours 9 min ago
Dust launched from the moon's surface or from a space station positioned between Earth and the sun could reduce enough solar radiation to mitigate the impacts of climate change.

ISRO and Indian Navy conduct key trials for Gaganyaan mission

The Hindu:Science - 08/02/2023
The safe recovery of the crew is the final step to be accomplished for any successful human spaceflight

Causal mechanism behind rare hereditary diseases

Science Daily - 08/02/2023
Researchers have investigated in detail how BPTA syndrome, an extremely rare hereditary condition, arises. A change in the charge of a protein disrupts cellular self-organization, resulting in a developmental disorder. The team also identified hundreds of comparable genetic changes associated with various conditions, such as brain development disorders and predisposition to cancer. This mechanism could be the cause of numerous unexplained diseases and health conditions.

Novel control method of aircraft with no tail

Science Daily - 08/02/2023
A research team has demonstrated the use of a novel control method in an aircraft with no tail. The technology allows an aircraft to be as smooth and sleek as possible, making it safer to fly in dangerous areas where radar scans the sky for sharp edges. While conventional aircraft rely on protruding fins to enable steering, a tailless design is controlled by active air flow -- in which jets of air are blown onto different surfaces of the aircraft body, corresponding to which direction the aircraft is moving. This technology could be employed to make commercial airplanes more fuel-efficient by removing existing steering parts that create a lot of drag.

Marine reserves unlikely to restore marine ecosystems

Science Daily - 08/02/2023
Protected marine areas are one of the essential tools for the conservation of natural resources affected by human impact -- mainly fishing --, but, are they enough to recover the functioning of these systems? A study now highlights the limitations of marine reserves in restoring food webs to their pristine state prior to the impact of intensive fishing.

Biosensors change the way water contamination is detected

Science Daily - 08/02/2023
Scientists have implemented an accurate, low-cost and easy-to-use test for detecting toxic levels of fluoride in water. The new biosensor device has been field tested in rural Kenya, providing evidence that water testing for fluoride can be easily used outside of a lab and accurately interpreted by non-experts.


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