Birmingham builds world’s fi...

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London, Sept 18 (IBNS): The world’s first international congress dedicated to clean cold will see academic experts join leaders from industry and government to map a global response to ever-increasing global demands for cooling – it was announced on Monday.

NASA's Cassini spacecraft ends its historic exploration of Saturn
Washington, Sept 15 (IBNS): A thrilling epoch in the exploration of our solar system came to a close today, as NASA's Cassini spacecraft made a fateful plunge into the atmosphere of Saturn, ending its 13-year tour of the ringed planet.
Indian biotech leaders visit Birmingham for life science faciliti...
Birmingham, Sept 8 (IBNS): A delegation of Indian biotech company leaders visited the University of Birmingham to see the life sciences cluster.
New device discovered which accurately identifies Cancer in seco...
New York, Sept 7 (IBNS): A team of scientists and engineers at The University of Texas at Austin has invented a powerful tool that rapidly and accurately identifies cancerous tissue during surgery, delivering results in about 10 seconds—more than 150 times as fast as existing technology.
Physical activity can lead to difference in diet preferences betw...
London, Sept 6 (IBNS): Recent studies have shown that approximately 90 percent of adult Americans fail to reach the U.S. Department of Health guidelines for physical activity, which could be contributing to surging obesity rates.
Both chimpanzees and humans spontaneously imitate each other's ac...
London, Sept 6 (IBNS): Copying the behaviour of others makes us effective learners and allow skills, knowledge and inventions to be passed on from one generation to the next.
Gene related to brain damage in pre-term infants identified, find...
London, Sept 6 (IBNS) A gene has been identified by a joint study by researchers at King’s College London, Duke-NUS Medical School (Duke-NUS), Inserim and Paris Diderot University that is thought to be associated with the types of brain damage that can be caused by pre-term birth.
Antarctic marine life may grow faster in a warming world, says st...
London, Sept 5 (IBNS): A team of scientists has discovered that a 1°C rise in local sea temperature has massive impacts on an Antarctic marine community.
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