Vit B2 inspired molecule identified to store electricity

Washington D.C., July 19 (ANI): Inspired by Vitamin B12, researchers from the Harvard University have identified a new class of high-performing organic molecules that can safely store electricity from energy sources like solar and wind power in large batteries.

Updated: Jul 19, 2016 23:11 IST

Using vaginal ring can protect women against HIV: Study

Washington D.C. July 19 (ANI): A new study has found that using a vaginal ring ,containing an antiretroviral (ARV) drug called dapivirine monthly, may protect women against HIV.

Updated: Jul 19, 2016 21:38 IST

Is `Cool, fun` features of e-cigarettes motivates its usage in teens?

Washington D.C. July 19 (ANI): According to a new study, the urge to try something new and the novelty factor of e-cigarettes motivates its usage in teenagers.

Updated: Jul 19, 2016 20:08 IST

Brain architecture of hearing, deaf people 'nearly identical'

Washington D.C, Jul 18 (ANI): A recent study has shown that the neural architecture in the auditory cortex, the part of the brain that processes sound, of profoundly deaf and hearing people is virtually identical.

Updated: Jul 18, 2016 14:19 IST

There's more to plant's flower arrangement than meets the eye

Washington D.C, Jul 18 (ANI): They may seem to have no other option than to rely entirely on insects, but it turns out, plants have been controlling their reproduction all along!

Updated: Jul 18, 2016 14:19 IST

Friendly competition among co-workers can be good thing

Washington D.C, Jul 17 (ANI): You may want to turn your workplace into a playing field as a new study has suggested that having exercise performances of co-workers compared can motivate them to do more.

Updated: Jul 17, 2016 17:52 IST

New test can predict if coma patients will wake up

Washington D.C, Jul 16 (ANI): For families with a loved one in a coma, a recent study is offering hope that doctors will soon be able to predict a patient's outcome with a simple test.

Updated: Jul 16, 2016 18:45 IST

Turtles have shells for digging, not protection

Washington D.C, Jul 16 (ANI): When it comes to turtle shells, the first thing that crosses our minds is "shield," but it turns out, they were evolved for digging, not protection.

Updated: Jul 16, 2016 17:33 IST

Repeated muscle stimulation can restore movement post paralysis

Washington D.C, Jul 16 (ANI): A new patient study has paved the way for a new opportunity to rehabilitate patients with spinal cord damage.

Updated: Jul 16, 2016 15:12 IST

Is invisibility cloak on its way to reality?

Washington D.C, Jul 16 (ANI): Invisibility cloak has hidden Harry Potter and hobbits from view and now, this sci-fi staple may be moving closer to reality!

Updated: Jul 16, 2016 15:12 IST

Mapping the developing brain

Washington D.C, Jul 16 (ANI): Wouldn't it be great if we could create a map that sheds crucial light on what makes human brain development distinct? Turns out a team of scientists has created one.

Updated: Jul 16, 2016 13:48 IST

'Vegan' dinosaurs' tale of success

Washington D.C, Jul 15 (ANI): Flesh-eating Tyrannosaurus rex may be the most well-known and iconic dinosaur, but it turns out some of the most successful of these prehistoric reptiles were actually vegetarian.

Updated: Jul 15, 2016 16:37 IST

World's biodiversity drops below 'safe levels'

Washington D.C, Jul 15 (ANI): Animal and plant species are dropping so fast that the world biodiversity loss has reached "unsafe levels," as per a new study.

Updated: Jul 15, 2016 15:53 IST

Stereotypically 'male and female brains' are real

Washington D.C, Jul 14 (ANI): A new study has provided more evidence that brains can be categorised into female and male.

Updated: Jul 14, 2016 18:18 IST

'Indestructible' bridges come closer to reality

Washington D.C, Jul 14 (ANI): Soon, we might have bridges that cannot be destructed.

Updated: Jul 14, 2016 18:18 IST

Culture, not genes, shapes our musical taste

Washington D.C, Jul 14 (ANI): You may want to blame your culture if your taste in music is weird, suggests a new study.

Updated: Jul 14, 2016 17:58 IST

Cutting edge optics may have helped Rembrandt draw self-portraits

Washington D.C, Jul 14 (ANI): The rich realism of Rembrandt's self-portraits has left many scientists scratching their head, but now a new research suggests he may have used mirrors and lenses to effectively "trace" his own face.

Updated: Jul 14, 2016 16:38 IST

Meet the dino had tiny arms just like T. Rex

Washington D.C, Jul 14 (ANI): Turns out, Tyrannosaurus rex wasn't the only dinosaur that stalked prey with those itty-bitty arms in the Late Cretaceous.

Updated: Jul 14, 2016 16:38 IST

Homo erectus used to walk like us

Washington D.C, Jul 13 (ANI): It's been 1.5 million years since Homo erectus last walked the Earth, but according to a recent study, their footprints are indistinguishable from that of modern human.

Updated: Jul 13, 2016 22:02 IST

Thank your genes, not school, for academic success

Washington D.C, Jul 13 (ANI): A kid's genes have a far greater impact on his report cards than his school's quality or his parents' efforts, a recent study suggests.

Updated: Jul 13, 2016 18:11 IST