Earth's early magnetic field stronger than previously thought: Study
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 21 (ANI): The earth's invisible yet vital magnetic field exists as a result of hot molten iron flowing through its outer core. It is one of the primary factors that made our planet conducive for harbouring life. The magnetic fulfils its protective role by shielding the earth from harmful cosmic and solar radiations.
Researchers find explanation why little Nitrogen could be accounted for earlier in nebulous covering of comets
Bern [Switzerland], Jan 21 (ANI): In a recent study researchers have found the explanation for why Nitrogen could be accounted for only in little amounts earlier in the coma or the nebulous covering of comets.
Schizophrenia patients have low levels of SV2A proteins in their brains: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 19 (ANI): People with schizophrenia appear to have decreased levels of a specific protein that is an indicator of the density of synaptic nerve endings. The scientists have been able to unveil this phenomenon due to the latest advancements in scanning techniques.

Cells fight stress with adhesion: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 19 (ANI): Cell adhesion or cell to cell contact is imperative for the survival of human cells under protein-damaging and stressful conditions, according to a study. It was also revealed that cancer cells become more vulnerable to anti-cancer drugs when their cell adhesion is impaired.

New study finds why men are more cancer prone
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 19 (ANI): While several health studies have indicated that men are at a higher risk of developing cancer as compared to women, a recent study finds the reason behind higher susceptibility towards this deadly disease. The study has pinpointed the loss of function in certain genes of the sex-determining Y chromosome as a key factor that puts men at higher risk of cancer.
SpaceX will destroy a Falcon 9 launch vehicle to test Crew Dragon escape system

Florida [USA], Jan 19 (ANI): SpaceX is set to test the emergency escape system of its Crew Dragon passenger spacecraft.

Brain magnetic resonance imaging enhanced through artificial intelligence: Study
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 19 (ANI): Researchers have designed an unprecedented method that is capable of improving brain images obtained through magnetic resonance imaging using artificial intelligence.
Biomaterial mimicking muscles can turn stem cells into bone
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 18 (ANI): In a breakthrough invention, scientists have developed a polymer sheet that mimics muscles and has the ability to turn stem cells into bones. Stem cells are special in the sense that they can differentiate themselves into different types of cells, for instance, muscle cells, cartilage, or bone cells.
Experiencing violence and adversity at early age can affect the brain

Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 18 (ANI): A research study has shown that childhood adversity is a significant problem in the US, especially for children growing up in poverty. Those who face poverty have a much higher risk of being exposed to violence and suffering from a lack of social support, which can have long-term consequences including higher rates of diabetes, cancer, and other diseases.

To create the Universe's biggest explosions, stars need a partner

Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 18 (ANI): A recent study by Warwick University observed that stars must be in binary systems to create gamma rays. Gamma-ray bursts, caused by massive falling stars, represent the most powerful explosions in the universe.

Women blood vessels age faster than men's: Study
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 18 (ANI): Women are at higher risk of cardiovascular disease as their blood vessels age faster than men's, suggests a recent study.
Researchers develop new strategy to fight antibiotic resistance

Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 18 (ANI): While traditional antibiotics are known to serve the purpose of killing or reducing the activity of individual bacteria, some bacteria become resistant to these antibiotics. In recent research, bioscience engineers have developed a new antibacterial strategy that weakens bacteria by preventing them from cooperating.

Scientists develop vacuum suction units that defy gravity
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 18 (ANI): Your dreams of scaling high rise buildings may soon come true as scientists are on their way to develop a highly effective suction unit that can be used to latch on to rough and highly textured surfaces.
NJIT scientists measure evolving energy of first minutes of a solar flare

New Jersey [US], Jan 18 (ANI): Toward the end of 2017, a massive new region of magnetic field erupted on the Sun's surface next to an existing sunspot. The powerful collision of magnetic energy produced a series of potent solar flares, causing turbulent space weather conditions at Earth.

Asteroid could end life on earth after 10 million years, warn scientists 'Super-Earth' can be orbiting our nearest neighboring star Scientists attempt to measure temperature of dark matter Kaspersky forecasts cyberthreats to financial institutions in 2020 Transcranial electrical stimulation can boost memory: Study Galactic gamma-ray source map reveals birthplaces of high-energy particles 'Name the Rover' challenge underway for NASA's 2020 Mars expedition Stars need a partner to create Universe's brightest explosions Scientists date merger of Milky Way with dwarf galaxy Scientists discover 10 new bird taxa Malicious app spreads fake reviews thanks to in-app accessibility service abuse High risk diseases can originate while body changes during puberty Pokemon Go makes about $900 million in 2019 Fishing practices can majorly affect coral reef health, states recent study Reason unveiled behind human inclination towards counter-clock side preference Study reveals some gnome galaxies host massive blackholes Streaming platforms gain more popularity than ever African grey parrots go out of their way to help others Stellar heavy metals help astronomers trace history of galaxies Study suggests 'goldilocks stars' are best places to look for life Astronomers measure expansion rate of Universe Map of Milky Way Galaxy reveals presence of stellar nurseries wave Scientists spot young stars in outskirts of Milky Way Galaxy Habitable Earth-size planet found by NASA NASA's Webb telescope may be used to identify planets with oxygen: Study Researchers test novel approach for injecting gene therapy vectors into kidney Study explains how brain balances pleasure and pain Study focuses on emerging of engrams as basic unit of memory Madagascar's eastern rainforests might disappear by 2070: Study Tiny T. Rex not from separate genus, they were actually kids, reveals bone analysis
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