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What if Lord Ram was not born in Ayodhya?
The Ayodhya title suit is before the Supreme Court. One of the parties in the case is Ram Lalla, the infant deity who is believed to have born in Ayodhya. Some of…
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Washington Post Nominated Glenn Kessler for a Pulitzer Prize
Earlier this year, the Washington Post nominated Glenn Kessler and his “Fact Checker” team for the 2019 Pulitzer Prize in the National Reporting category.
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How our brain filters sounds
When two identical sounds are repeated quickly, a filter reduces the attention that the brain directs to the second sound it hears. In people with schizophrenia,…
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Typhoid toxin accelerates cell aging to enhance killer infection
Scientists have revealed how the typhoid toxin works to hijack DNA repair machines and accelerate the aging of cells, a breakthrough that could pave the way…
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AI tracks when radiology reports include follow-up recommendations
Natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning can help track when free-text radiology reports include follow-up imaging recommendations,…
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Strictly Come Dancing: Research shows that the luck of the draw matters in talent shows
Leighton Vaughan Williams, professor of economics and finance, director of the Betting Research Unit and Political Forecasting Unit, Nottingham Business…
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Workarounds to Chinese Diagnostic Method Patent Laws
In China, much like the United States, it is incredibly difficult to obtain a patent for a diagnostic method.
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Hearing Loss and Dementia: Breakthrough Research Seeks... : The Hearing Journal
Wolfgang, Kelly. The Hearing Journal: September 2019 - Volume 72 - Issue 9 - p 22,23,26. doi: 10.1097/01.HJ.0000582420.42570.de. Cover Story.
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House committee to study SC orders on Ncell capital gain tax case
The Law, Justice and Human Rights Committee of the parliament will study the orders given by the Supreme Court (SC) on the case of capital gain tax of Ncell at…
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Funds to face stress tests in 2020: EU regulator
The European Securities and Markets Authority has rolled out stress tests for investment funds. The EU regulatory body issued guidelines this week for probing…
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Fewer people are getting married because there’s a shortage of economically-stable single men, says study
A new study says American marriages are declining due to a short supply of economically-stable partners for unmarried women to marry.
Sep 05, 2019 22:15 UTC Read More

Diversity of Plasmodium falciparum across Sub-Saharan Africa
Scientists have identified the regional character to Plasmodium falciparum across Africa. Malaria, infecting 219 million individuals in 2017, remains a threat to…
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Carbon taxes alone cannot reduce emissions: Study
LONDON, Sept 5: Putting a price on carbon pollution alone cannot reduce emissions enough to reach the Paris Agreement targets, according to a study. The.
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A weak chase: On controlling hepatitis B
Controlling the hepatitis B virus calls for universal vaccination of newborns.
Sep 05, 2019 19:14 UTC Read More

A measurement of the atomic hydrogen Lamb shift and the proton charge radius
The discrepancy between the proton size deduced from the Lamb shift in muonic hydrogen and the average, textbook value based on regular (electronic)…
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Our ability to tell colours apart may not depend on language: Case study
The human ability to categorise colours may be independent of language, according to a case study on a 54-year-old French-Portuguese man who specifically…
Sep 05, 2019 13:16 UTC Read More

Examining the gendered impacts of explosive weapons: a literature overview World
By Lydia Day. Explosive weapons cause immense suffering across populations, from the immediate impact on the victim's body, to lasting psychological damage…
Sep 05, 2019 09:12 UTC Read More

HIV diagnoses in the UK fall to lowest level in nearly 20 years
New HIV diagnoses in the United Kingdom have fallen by almost a third since 2015, bringing the island nation closer to its goal of zero new HIV transmissions by…
Sep 05, 2019 04:35 UTC Read More

Putting a price on carbon pollution alone unlikely to help reach climate goals Imperial News
CARBON COSTS - Imperial researchers show that carbon taxes alone cannot reduce emissions enough to reach the Paris Agreement targets.
Sep 04, 2019 15:23 UTC Read More

Promising new target to combat Alzheimer's disease
In the case of Alzheimer's disease, researchers show that mitochondrial calcium transport remodeling -- what appears to be an attempt by cells to compensate…
Sep 03, 2019 22:17 UTC Read More

How Come I Gained Weight This Summer?
Summer weight gain can happen due to travel, too many parties, or even putting too much pressure on yourself to be thin. Here are eight reasons you may have…
Sep 03, 2019 20:47 UTC Read More

A Sustainability Growth Challenge: Case Study, Shanghai Airports
Air passenger traffic growth in China has averaged over 12% year-on-year growth for the last ten years, and the three biggest Chinese airports have seen gr.
Aug 21, 2019 06:59 UTC Read More

Magnum Learn Monday: Case study – on location with Martin Parr
Digital Camera World has partnered with Magnum Learn to publish a taster of its first online course, 'The Art of Street Photography'. Advertisement. Magnum…
Aug 19, 2019 06:59 UTC Read More

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