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Antibiotic resistance: Scientists 'unmask' superbug-shielding ...

Australian scientists have mapped the molecular structure of a protein that shields superbugs from antibiotics.The University of Western Australia researchers said, it could help develop new drugs for antibiotic-resistant bacteria strains. News on Air, 6 days ago

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Climate change linked to lengthening of bird's wings in Australia

The rapid growth in wing length of a common Western Australian bird may be related to climate change, according to a study released on Monday.Scientists from the University of Notre Dame in Sydney linked the growth in wing length of the Australian ringneck ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

IDP Education to organize Australian Education Fair in Delhi

[India], Jan.24 (ANI): IDP Education India, the leading student placement service provider will be organizing "Australian Education fair" in Delhi at Hotel Le-Meridien on January 28 for students aspiring to pursue higher education in Australia. The fair ...
 Sify4 weeks ago

New drug to suppress allergies, asthma

An Australian Nobel Prize-winning scientist is developing a drug to counter allergies and asthma, a statement said on Friday.Still in its initial stage the the drug can be taken as tablets, capsules, liquids or powder, Xinhua news reported.Barry Marshall, a ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Recreational drug may speed up heart ageing: study

The effects were seen in both men and women, and irrespective of other potential risk factors for heart disease and stroke, said researchers from University of Western Australia.
 DNA1 week ago

New smart needle to make brain surgery safer

Scientists have developed a new smart needle with a tiny camera that allows surgeons to see at-risk blood vessels and avoid injuring them, an advance that may make brain surgery safer. The tiny imaging probe, encased within a brain biopsy needle, lets ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago

The world is getting fatter with technology as part of the problem and not the cure

If you are one of the majority of people who make New Year's resolutions, you are also very likely to fail at keeping them. Losing weight and being more active are always in the top 5 resolutions and unfortunately for the majority, the hardest to ever achieve ...
 Sify1 month ago

The future of genetic enhancement is not in the West

Would you want to alter your future children's genes to make them smarter, stronger or better-looking? As the state of the science brings prospects like these closer to reality, an international debate has been raging over the ethics of enhancing human ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

These PHOTOS will inspire your next trip

Louis Armstrong sung 'What a Wonderful World' and it indeed is.  And if you need a reminder that the world is full of amazing places, then take a look at the winning photos of National Geographic's nature photographer of the year contest.  An underwater photo of sardine migration on the Wild Coast of South Africa was selected from thousands of entries as the 'grand prize winner'. The photographer, Greg LeCoeur from Nice, France, has won a 10-day trip for two to the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Trumpian deswampification

Of all President-elect Donald Trumps election promises, "draining the swamp" in Washington was one of the most popular. It is also likely to prove one of the most difficult to fulfil. Thinking about why tells us much about the nature of contemporary politics.
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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