Rwanda mourns for Genocide Victims

The East African Country, Rwanda, marks the 25th Anniversary of Rwanda Genocide. Sunday, April, 7 commemorated the massacre of 800,000 Rwandan, Tutsi people. In the wake of the national tragedy, President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, lit a flame of remembrance…

Computer Model to predict early symptoms of Sepsis

Scientists in the UK have developed a computer-model to identify early signs of sepsis. The disease has been proven to be life-threatening. Most commonly, sepsis occurs due to an infection in any body part. As a reaction, the human body…

Research Team improves Artificial Intelligence

A research team at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio has designed a robot to improve artificial intelligence. The machine is created to be perceptive of human emotions. It outshines the previous contributions made in the domain mainly on…

HarperCollins profits skyrocket after deal with Amazon

In a recent development, the Publisher HarperCollins UK has struck gold by selling JRR Tolkien’s TV show rights to Amazon. The publishing house owned the rights to Tolkien’s popular fictional series, Lord of the Rings in 1990 from Allen &…

Cuba curbs on newspaper sizes due to paper shortage

Paucity of newsprint impels the Cuban government to a considerable rollback on state run newspapers. A substantial scarcity has forced Cuba to cut down on the circulation and edition sizes of major newspapers. The government announced that it is reducing…

Ballet becomes more inclusive of races

In a first, Shoe company Freed created ballet pointe shoes in hues of brown. Freed of London is one of the world’s leading shoe brands, and specializes in customized ballet shoes. A ballet dancer’s costume has always been available in…