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Oxford Univ crash course for 2 Indian teaching Olympiad winners

Two teachers from India have won themselves a two-week classroom course at the University of Oxford by topping a teaching professionals' Olympiad. ...

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Brain zapping restores sensations in paralysed patient

For the first time, scientists have induced natural sensations in the arm of a paralysed man by stimulating a certain region of the brain with a tiny array of electrodes. ...

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New algorithm for more realistic computer animation

Scientists have developed a new algorithm that can make computer animation more agile, acrobatic and realistic. The researchers at University of Ca ...

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NASA to study how tiny sea creatures affect Earth's climate

In a first, NASA is conducting a study of the world's largest phytoplankton bloom in the North Atlantic to see how the tiny sea critters influence the cl ...

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Being married may reduce depression: study

People who are married and earn less than USD 60,000 per year in total household income have fewer symptoms of depression than comparable earning unmarri ...

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Class 10, 12 exams postponed in Punjab to be held on April 27: CBSE

The CBSE today announced that the Class 10 and Class 12 examinations that were postponed in Punjab due to the 'Bharat bandh' on April 2 will now be condu ...

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Amrita Insitute signs MoU with Harvard Medical school

The Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences in Kochi has signed an MoU with the Harvard Medical School to exchange and promote best practices and research in Critical Care, ...

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Personal information data breach looms large in India: Verizon

Lack of strong data protection and privacy legislations makes India highly vulnerable to data breaches related to personal information, according to digital network solut ...

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Dancing can Help People Age Better

Taking dance classes can boost energy levels, flexibility and happiness in older adults and help them age better, a study has found. Resea ...

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Peter Gruenberg, Nobel Winner & Father of Computer Tech dies at 78

German physicist Peter Gruenberg, a joint Nobel Prize winner whose work revolutionised digital data storage, has died aged 78, his research centre said recently. ...