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Excess of a protein may trigger schizophrenia
New York, Nov 24 : Overabundance of a protein in the brain cells during brain development may cause abnormalities in its structure and lead to schizophrenia, says a study.
Science bears witness to dog's love for master
New York, Nov 24 : Your dog loves you as much as you love it, researchers confirmed in a study that looked inside the brain of our canine friends using imaging technology.
New polariser for more efficient LCD displays
New York, Nov 24 : Research led by an Indian-origin engineer has led to a polarising filter that allows in more light, leading the way for mobile device displays that last much longer on a single battery charge and cameras that can shoot in dim light.
Print photos from your smartphone, wirelessly
New York, Nov 24 : It is a scanner and printer not much bigger than a smartphone. The SnapJet scans images directly from your smartphone screen and prints them out on Polaroid 300 or Fujifilm Instax paper.
Ex-NBC employee reveals he helped Bill Cosby to 'pay off' women
New York, Nov 24 : Former NBC employee, Frank Scotti, has recently revealed that he helped Bill Cosby deliver thousands of dollars to eight different women in 1989-90.
How a change in pitch alters power equations
New York, Nov 24 : Altering the pitch of your voice can fundamentally change the way you speak, says a study, suggesting that others are then able to pick up on these vocal cues to figure out who is actually in charge.
How galaxies evolve in the cosmic web
New York, Nov 24 : An international team of researchers discovered that thread-like "filaments" in the cosmic web play an important role in the evolution of galaxies like our Milky Way.
Banking apps beat shopping apps on satisfaction front
New York, Nov 24 : Smartphone users in the US and Britain are more satisfied with banking apps than apps on offer from big retailers, a study shows.
Gene responsible for metabolic syndrome discovered
New York, Nov 24 : The absence of a gene called TLR5 on the intestinal surface leads to alterations in gut bacteria and promotes inflammation, leading to metabolic syndrome, says a study.
Talk therapy lowers suicide risk
New York, Nov 24 : Talk therapy is gaining in importance as an alternative to medication with regard to averting repeated suicide attempts, a study shows.
Renee Zellweger sells $4.45 m Hamptons pad for more than asking price
New York, Nov 23 : Renee Zellweger has sold her East Hampton beach mansion for well over its 4.45 million dollars asking price.
The Eagles files lawsuit for 'fake' concert footage
New York, Nov 23 : American rock band The Eagles have filed a lawsuit after it was revealed that fans were allegedly shown concert videos at venues in Long Island, New York and charged for the process.
Strong earthquake hits central Japan, injuring at least 39 in Nagano
New York, Nov 23 : A 6.7 magnitude earthquake has hit central Japan injuring at least 39 people as their homes collapsed in Nagano.
Accepting equation with boss, key to excelling in job
New York, Nov 23 : Instead of faking it, coming to terms with the actual equation you share with your boss may help you perform better, a study shows.
Nail stem cells are more versatile
New York, Nov 23 : Studying why nails grow back unlike many body parts, researchers have identified a new group of nail stem cells that perform dual roles - contribute to the growth of both the nails and the adjacent skin.
Sound training helps brain keep distractions at bay
New York, Nov 23 : The ability to sustain focus on a goal goes down with age but researchers, including of an Indian-origin, have discovered that with the help of a sound training, even the elderly can learn to ignore distractions.
New radiation device to strengthen public security
New York, Nov 23 : A new compact radiation device that can be operated in room temperature can significantly improve public security by detecting explosives, chemical agents and dangerous biological substances from safe distances, says a study.
Obama to allow more expansive role for U.S. army in Afghanistan post ...
New York, Nov 22 : United States President Barack Obama has decided to authorize a more expansive role of the U.S. army in Afghanistan in 2015 as opposed to the original plans.
Billy Joel to surpass Sir Elton's record for most performances at ...
New York, Nov 22 : Billy Joel will soon oust Sir Elton as king of Madison Square Garden with his upcoming 65th show scheduled on July 1, 2015.
Gorilla Glass 4 to toughen smartphone screens
New York, Nov 22 : Glassmaker Corning Incorporated has unveiled the super tough Gorilla Glass 4, the latest version of its hardened glass covers that save smartphone and tablet screens from damage.
Facebook app to help groups collaborate on projects
New York, Nov 22 : Facebook has launched a new app aimed at helping teams collaborate on projects.
The future awaits the rise of affectionate robots
New York, Nov 22 : A new study into a robot named "Pepper", who has been hailed as an emotionally responsive humanoid robot, can help scientists build more affectionate robots.
Mangalyaan among Time magazine's 25 best innovations of 2014
New York, Nov 21 : India's Mars mission Mangalyaan, developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), has been listed among 25 best innovations of 2014 by Time magazine.
Wills-Kat order press to be 'dressed up' for covering US visit
New York, Nov 21 : The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have told the reporters, who have applied to cover their visit, to follow a proper dress code.
Pre-birth mutation in men can lead to cancer
New York, Nov 21 : Researchers have identified a protein mutation in some males before birth that can lead to the development of testicular cancer as well as other less life-threatening challenges.
To get hired, tone down political references on CV
New York, Nov 21 : Rather than improving your chances of getting hired, including your political leanings within your resume may actually put you at a disadvantage in your job hunt, new research says.
Almost all smartphones apps have been hacked: Report
New York, Nov 21 : An analysis of mobile apps has revealed that between 75 and 97 percent of apps - on both android and iOS devices - have been hacked.
Ignore online security warnings at your own risk
New York, Nov 21 : People are their own worst enemies when it comes to online security, a study indicates.
Obesity silently damages heart
New York, Nov 21 : Obese people without an overt manifestation of heart disease experience silent cardiac damage that fuels risk of heart failure in the future, with new research suggesting that obesity is an independent driver of heart muscle damage.
Unravelling the process of going to sleep
New York, Nov 21 : Sleeping is a gradual process and researchers have now developed a method to estimate the dynamic changes in brain activity and behaviour during the transition from wakefulness to sleep.