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Scientists develop a computer that can grow as it computes
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Scientists develop a computer that can grow as it computes

By using DNA rather than traditional computer chips, the scientists from the University of Manchester, on Wednesday said that a single desktop computer could potentially utilise more processors than all the electronic computers in the world combined, Xinhua ... Tech2, 3 weeks ago
Soon, 'magic' DNA computer that grows itself! Business Standard, 3 weeks ago

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Sexual health in older people should not be overlooked: study

Researchers from University of Sheffield, University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan in the UK analysed data from over 7,000 people to examine difficulties with sexual activities and function, attitudes towards sex and details about the current ...
 DNA1 month ago
Huffington Post

Woolly Mammoth Could Be 'De-Extinct' In 2 Years, Scientist Says

&& Did we learn nothing from “Jurassic Park?” A Harvard University scientist told The Guardian this week that his team is only two years from resurrecting some traits of the woolly mammoth, which went extinct during the last ice age. The goal is ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

Targeting immune cells in obese can treat diabetes, hypertension

In over-weight people, immune cells prevalent in the fatty tissue get reduced in number which may contribute to cause diabetes and hypertension, according to a recent study.The research has been published in the journal Scientific Reports.Researchers from the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

New way to 'fish out' radioactive elements from nuclear waste

Scientists have found that the most toxic elements from radioactive nuclear waste may be 'fished out' using arsenic molecules - a breakthrough that could make the alternative energy industry safer and more effective. Researchers reported the first examples of ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago 'Fishing out' radioactive elements from nuclear waste  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Now, algorithm to identify cause of killer cardiac disease

Scientists have developed a novel non-invasive algorithm to identify the origin of irregular electrical 'storm waves' in the heart, an advance that may lead to treatment for the killer cardiac disease. Atrial Fibrillation - one of the most common forms of ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Will La La Land lose out at the Oscars?

There is a group of La La Land haters -- especially jazz aficionados who feel the film gives too much importance to a white man who sets out to save the musical genre associated with the African American community, points out Aseem Chhabra. Is Meryl Streep the greatest actor of our times? She definitely is. But does she deserve another Oscar? Probably not! After Tuesday's Oscar nominations announcement the actress now has 20 nods in the acting category -- the most for any actor ever. But she ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Oscar nominations announced; 'La La Land' leads with 14 nods

"La La Land", Damien Chazelles dreamy ode to classic Hollywood musicals, swept the 89th Academy Awards nominations today by becoming the only third movie in the Oscars history to bag a record 14 nods. The movie, about two artistes who fall in love while ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Chewing your food: A shield against infection and Illness

Most of us may be aware of the phrase "Chew your food!" and the likely health benefits of chewing food more than 32 times.A recent study at the University of Manchester reaffirms the long-term heath benefits of following that advice. The researchers ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

World's lightest watch created using graphene

Scientists have developed the world's lightest high-performance mechanical watch made using the 'wonder material' graphene and weighing just 40 grammes. The RM 50-03 watch was made using a unique composite incorporating graphene to manufacture a strong but ...
 Business Standard2 months ago World's lightest watch unveiled in Geneva  Prokerala2 months ago
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