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Human and bird's common sound production mechanism Nov 28, 2:47 pm
Washington D.C, Nov 28 (ANI): When birds and humans sing, it sounds completely different, but now new research shows that the very same physical mechanisms are at play when a bird sings and a human speaks.
Scientists create malaria-blocking mosquitoes Nov 24, 3:35 pm
Washington D.C., Nov, 24 (ANI): Scientists have created a strain of mosquitoes capable of rapidly introducing malaria-blocking genes into a mosquito population and eliminate its ability to transmit the disease to humans.
Artificial pancreas performs nicely in small research Nov 22, 12:53 pm
Washington D.C, Nov 22 (ANI): A team of researchers has developed a functional artificial pancreas that has performed well in humans in the pilot study.
When robots get hurt, we feel it too Nov 4, 8:32 am
Washington D.C, Nov 4 (ANI): A team of scientists has found that we empathise with humanoid robots in a similar fashion as with other humans.
Black Death plagued humans since Bronze Age Oct 23, 8:03 am
Washington D.C, Oct 23 (ANI): It turns out the plague was plaguing humans far earlier than previously believed.
Most Earths yet to be born Oct 21, 8:51 am
Washington D.C, Oct 21 (ANI): The search for the Earth-like planet suitable for humans is still on, but a recent theoretical study from the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore suggests we may be wasting our time as most Earth-like worlds are yet to be born.
Extinct tree-climbing human was handy with its feet as well Oct 12, 8:03 am
Washington D.C, Oct 12 (ANI): Scientists studying the 1,550 fossil bones of Homo naledi, a newly discovered human relative unearthed in a South African cave, has provided more insight into how modern humans descended from the trees and evolved to walk upright, bearing tools in their hands.
Washington D.C., Oct. 10(ANI): Like all other humans Taylor Swift also gets upset and disappointed when she faces failure.
Humans, monkeys share similar visual illusions Sep 29, 6:07 pm
Washington D.C., Sept. 29 (ANI): A new study has revealed that monkeys and humans see visual illusions in a similar way.
Now, an antiviral drug that could protect humans from Ebola Aug 26, 11:50 am
Washington D.C., Aug 26 (ANI): In a breakthrough discovery, scientists have developed anti-viral-based therapies that have the potential to protect humans from the deadly Ebola virus.
Meet the `oldest living` kitty in the world Aug 15, 2:11 pm
Washington DC, August 15 (ANI): Even kitties are giving a tough competition to humans to earn Guinness World Record as recently a 26-year-old kitty, Corduroy broke the Guinness World Record for being oldest living cat in the world.
Youths to lead in reconstruction of quake-ravaged Nepal Aug 13, 1:33 pm
Kathmandu, Aug. 13 (ANI): Nepal's Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Bam Dev Gautam has welcomed an initiative by young Nepalese citizens to play an active role in the reconstruction of the nation following the April 25 and May 12 earthquakes that left a trail of devastation and displacement of humans.
'Stem cells' could help to study pollution effects on humans Aug 11, 3:40 pm
Washington DC, Aug 11 (ANI): Researchers claim that embryonic stem cells can help in studying the effects of pollution on human health.
Washington DC, Aug. 6 (ANI): Revealing that humans see things differently in winter compared with summer scientist are now sheding light on human's ability to process colours.
Humans and horses have same `facial expressions` Aug 6, 12:24 pm
Washington DC, Aug. 6 (ANI): Next time you see a horse don't make a face at it because it can do the same, as a new study that claims horses have facial expressions similar to humans.
Long-term affects of `radioactive` exposure on human race Jul 31, 9:52 am
London, July 31 (ANI): Scientists have published a series of papers which highlights the long-term radiological and psychological impact of nuclear disasters on humans.
Dolphin study shows `dairy fat` may help curb diabetes in humans Jul 23, 3:02 pm
Washington DC, July 23 (ANI): A new study conducted on Dolphins has shown that eating foods rich in heptadecanoic acid, a saturated fat present in butter and some fish may help reverse diabetes in humans.
Washington DC, July 15 (ANI): Continuous destruction of Earth's plant life need to be halted if we want to avert civilization from becoming completely unsustainable, claims a new study.
This is how your brain navigate even in dark Jul 12, 6:09 pm
Washington DC, July 12 (ANI): A new research has found a region of the brain that enables humans to do anything and navigate us in our every small task.
'Yoga teaches humans how to live': PM Modi Jul 11, 5:39 pm
Ashgabat, July 11 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that Yoga teaches human beings how to live, while inaugurating a Traditional Medicine and Yoga Centre in Turkmenistan.
Gene therapy shows hope for the deaf to hear again Jul 9, 11:54 am
Washington DC, July 9 (ANI): The successful restoration of hearing in mice suffering genetic form of deafness with the help of gene therapy has opened doors for researchers to try the same on humans.
Now a method to find exact time of death, even after 10 days Jul 3, 3:37 pm
Washington DC, July 3 (ANI): A new research has found a method that can help calculate the exact time of a human's death even after 10 days (240 hours) of the occurrence.
'Common beat' is the global 'taal sey taal' Jun 30, 1:41 pm
Washington DC, Jun 30 (ANI): A new study has revealed that humans across the world dance to the same beat, suggesting taal sey taal reverberates around the world.
Soon, 'cheaper, efficient' trip to Mars may be possible Jun 30, 1:35 pm
Washington DC, Jun 30 (ANI): A team of scientists has suggested that a step-wise approach can send humans to Mars in a much efficient and economical way.
How parrots can 'talk' like humans finally unveiled Jun 25, 12:41 pm
Washington, Jun 25 (ANI): Researchers have uncovered key structural differences in the brains of parrots that may explain the birds' unparalleled ability to imitate sounds and human speech.
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