Australia’s top-end University faces another incident of cyber crime
Snowfall and wild weather warning in Australia

Snowfall and wild weather warning in Australia

Recent records report of unusual snowfall across parts of Eastern Australia, including northern areas, as far as subtropical Queensland and the Blue Mountains. A statement issued by Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology described the sudden incidence as ‘rare,’ denoting the fact…

Scientists at Imperial College develop a pumping heart patch

Scientists at Imperial College develop a pumping heart patch

In a major breakthrough recorded by the British Heart Foundation, a pumping heart patch could save lives of 52,000 hearts in London. Researchers report that the patch contains millions of living and beating stem cells which are eligible to repair…

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How good is a sixth finger?

People born with more than five fingers or toes have a condition called Polydactyly. New research has studied the movement abilities of such people for the first time. A joint collaboration of a team of researchers from the University of…

Gion Council in Japan comes up with desperate measures against tourist’s nuisance
Feathers were developed first, then came birds, says a new research

Feathers were developed first, then came birds, says a new research

A team of researchers at the University of Bristol suggest that feathers came 100 million years before birds. This discovery has stirred earlier beliefs about birds, dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and flying reptiles and also previous understanding about the evolution of feathers…

National Institutes of Health

Teasing over weight issues stimulates weight gain

The latest research conducted by National Institutes of Health confirmed that youth who were teased over high weight problems were more likely to gain weight in comparison to youth that was not teased about weight issues. The study concluded that…

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