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Scientists Recruit Nebraska Residents to Photograph Eclipse

Scientists Recruit Nebraska Residents to Photograph Eclipse. Scientists have visited a western Nebraska city to recruit volunteers to take photographs of the United States' first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in 99 years.

Scientists in Limbo as US Supreme Court Allows Modified Travel Ban

The court's decision, announced on June 26, casts doubt on the fate of students and scientists from these countries who hope to study or work in the United States.

Small Camden cemetery ceremony planned for World War II veteran with no living relatives

Doc was a geology professor at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor for many years. A published author, his works and extensive research can be found throughout the United States. His research work allowed him several opportunities to travel around the ...

Perry tells senators he did not write Trump energy budget

"The United States is the world leader in science and energy. We like it that way and we want to keep it that way," she said, adding that "the core of that excellence is the work done at our national laboratories.

Trump visit targets technology, politics

The president will visit Kirkwood Community College to see examples of technology that “frankly, may not be at the top of your mind when you think about technology advancements in the United States,” said Ray Starling, a special assistant to the ...

China Leapfrogs US in Critical Strategic Technology

For the first time, China has demonstrated that it is far ahead of the United States in a critical new technology, namely quantum communications.

US teens' activity levels alarmingly low, finds new research

New United States research has found that physical activity among children and teens is even lower than previously thought, with activity levels of 19-year-olds comparable to that of 60-year-olds.

Utah Water Research Lab team plays 'model' role in repair of ...

LOGAN - Located in California's San Joaquin Valley, the Oroville Dam is the tallest dam in the United States and is one of the largest earth-filled dams in the ...

The coming science caucus?

It's not pi in the sky. Across the United States, scientists have decided to put their Ph.Ds to work by running for political office.

WIU Senior Conducting Research Through Two Science Internships

MACOMB, IL - Western Illinois University senior geology and physics major Ben Grober, of Peoria, IL, has been chosen for a prestigious double summer internship with the United States Geological Survey (USGS), working with the National Association of ...

Will new technology improve your airport experience?

Delta Airlines is testing new biometrics technology that would allow U.S. Customs and Border Protection to record facial images of travelers leaving the United States.

US looks to block Chinese stakes in artificial intelligence, technology with military uses

WASHINGTON - The United States appears poised to heighten scrutiny of Chinese investment in Silicon Valley to better shield sensitive technologies seen as vital to U.S. national security, current and former U.S. officials have told Reuters. Of ...

Scientific Panel Concludes ARPA-E Is Working. Will It Matter?

Its multipronged missions include: enhancing the United States' economic and energy security, ensuring the nation's technological lead in the space and “accelerating transformational technological advances” that private industry isn't likely to ...

French Scientists Question Macron's Climate Pledge to the US

“To all scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, responsible citizens who were disappointed by the decision of the President of the United States, I want to say that they will find France a second homeland,” Macron says in the video.

“Farewell and Adieu, Paris…” Dr. Steven J. Allen featured in Western Free Press

And even if you believe the doomsayers' global warming pseudoscience, the Paris pact is no solution. A climate model published by the National Center for Atmospheric Research found that even if the United States could eliminate all artificial carbon ...

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Among the oldest scientific organizations in the United States, it has become not only an enduring cultural institution in New York, but also one of the most significant organizations in the global scientific community. Throughout its history, the ...

All of Kauai should rally around science

The withdrawal of the United States from the Paris Climate Accord, announced by Donald Trump more than a week ago, is only the latest bit of evidence that a profoundly dangerous fear of science is afflicting our country. Coverage of Trump's habitual ...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 (SM-T713) Also Getting Nougat In US

Unlocked variants of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 (SM-T713) are also getting Android 7.0 Nougat in the United States as of today, shortly after Verizon Wireless started pushing out the same update to the third generation of Samsung's Galaxy Tab-series ...

Trump says US is committed to mutual support of NATO allies

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump says the United States is committed to the mutual defense of NATO members, casting aside concerns that his failure to mention the commitment last month weakened the alliance.

China is building the world's fastest amphibious fighting vehicle

The Iveco/BAE SuperAV, an amphibious armored fighting vehicle proposed by the United States Marine Corps, has a top amphibious speed of about 6 miles per hour.

Mt St Helens: Fears volcano responsible for deadliest eruption in US history is RECHARGING

The 1980 eruption from Mt St Helens was described by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as "the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in the history of the United States”. The majority of the 57 deaths were a ...

Pokémon Go Announces In-Game and Real Life Anniversary Events as Niantic Touts Apple's ARKit

It's just under a month until the one year anniversary of Pokémon Go, which began appearing on the iOS App Store in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand in early July of 2016.

'Wonder Woman' Is Most Tweeted Movie of 2017 (EXCLUSIVE)

After breaking a historic box office record, “Wonder Woman” has broken another record, becoming the most tweeted-about movie of 2017 in the United States.

Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials

Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: ___. June 2. Tampa Bay Times on the possibility of sending more troops to Afghanistan: Even by the grim markers of the 16-year war, last week's car-bomb attack in the Afghan capital of ...

N. Korea launches another salvo of missiles, defying international condemnation

TOKYO - North Korea fired another salvo of missiles Thursday morning, keeping up the relentless pace of testing as it advances toward its goal of producing an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the mainland United States.

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Opinion: Scientists need help getting a grip on the data deluge

Researchers are struggling to master the art of finding useful science buried in the huge datasets created by modern research facilities, argues Tony Hey, chief data scientist at the Science and Technology Facilities Council, a UK government body that ...

IN-DEPTH: There is a simple way to bring maths and science up to speed

The way forward: Grade 11 maths teacher Mbiraga Munyuki during class at Manyangana High School in Mpumalanga. A good education in maths and science is essential for innovation and an ideas-driven economy and gives pupils much more choice when ...

This is how the incredible £14m research centre at Sheffield Hallam University could look

Delivered by Sheffield Hallam University in partnership with Legacy Park Ltd, the AWRC is set to become the most advanced research and development centre for physical activity in the world. The key facility is supported by UK Government, who have ...

Students continue learning at summer camps

The Duke Energy Computer Science Academy is set for July 31-Aug. 4. Biology teacher Nick Longerbeam of Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy believes students who participated in the science academy at GWU last year received a range of benefits.

Ground Breaking Marks Beginnings of SKA Telescope Project

A special ceremony marking the start of construction work on the UK headquarters of a world-leading science project took place on the Square Kilometre Array Global Headquarters premises (SKA GHQ) at The University of Manchester's Jodrell Bank site ...

Opinion: 'We don't need to teach computer science and coding in our schools'

ONE MAJOR ABSENCE from the 1999 Irish curriculum, compared to the UK equivalent, was computer science. I trained in the UK and taught the subject.

[TRADING PLACES] Finding Greek democracy on the streets of Seoul

“Greece is the inventor of democracy - ancient Greece had democracy, though for only about 200 years, and mostly in Athens,” said Kim Hye-jin, professor of Greek archaeology and art history at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. “But with the recent ...

Acupuncture Found Effective For Pelvic Inflammation

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) principles, chronic pelvic inflammatory disease is categorized under the scope of abdominal pain, vaginal discharge (leukorrhea), and infertility.

UK Robotics Week to showcase latest AI and robotics research

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is again supporting UK Robotics Week, which is organised by the EPSRC UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems Network (UK-RAS Network) and provides a unique opportunity to learn ...

Custom built molecule shows promise as anti-cancer therapy

Scientists at the University of Bath funded by Cancer Research UK have custom-built a molecule which stops breast cancer cells from multiplying in laboratory trials, and hope it will eventually lead to a treatment for the disease.

UK Robotics Week to demonstrate the nation's world-leading robotics and AI research

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is again supporting UK Robotics Week, which is organised by the EPSRC UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems Network (UK-RAS Network) and provides a unique opportunity to learn ...

Here We Go Again: Why They Are Wrong About The Aryan Migration Debate This Time As Well

UK-based popular science magazine New Scientist presented the Bamshad paper with the sensational heading 'Written in blood'.

Researchers Celebrate Impact of Award on Advances in Neurology

In December 2016, UCL's excellence in neuroscience research was recognised when it was announced that UCL would be the research hub and operational headquarters of the new £250m UK Dementia Research Institute.

Custom built molecule shows promise as anti-cancer therapy ...

Scientists at the University of Bath funded by Cancer Research UK have custom-built a molecule which stops breast cancer cells from multiplying in laboratory ...

Catalyst mimics the z-scheme of photosynthesis

Led by Marcelo Guzman, an associate professor of chemistry in the UK College of Arts and Sciences, and Ruixin Zhou, a doctoral student working with Guzman, the researchers used a synthetic nanomaterial that combines the highly reducing power of ...

Marquette psychology associate professor receives Way Klingler Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award

MILWAUKEE - Dr. Lucas Torres, associate professor of psychology at Marquette University, was recently honored with the Faculty Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award.

Gov.UK pops open tin of AI and robotics research cash

The UK government's long-promised Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund is open for business. Jumping swiftly on the AI bandwagon, the first lump of cash to be awarded through the multimillion-pound fund will be for robotics and artificial intelligence ...

Scientists find clouds full of 'ice-lollies'

Scientists find clouds full of 'ice-lollies'. Researchers reveal the bizarre concentration of cool cloud-clinging confections as the UK experiences a heatwave.

Housing officers suffered more than 200 physical attacks last year

UK housing workers suffered more than 200 physical attacks in the last year, research has revealed. Freedom of information requests sent to every council and 180 housing associations found there were 239 recorded physical assaults against staff in 2016 ...

Martian crater provides reminder of Apollo moonwalk

Opportunity's science team informally named the Martian feature “Orion Crater.” The name honors the Apollo 16 lunar module, Orion, which carried astronauts John Young and Charles Duke to and from the surface of the moon in April 1972 while crewmate ...

First atomic structure of an intact virus deciphered with an X-ray laser

"Knowing the three-dimensional structure of a molecule like a protein gives great insight into its biological behaviour," explains co-author David Stuart, Director of Life Sciences at the synchrotron facility Diamond Light Source in the UK and a ...

True altruism seen in chimpanzees, giving clues to evolution of human cooperation

“Both studies provide powerful evidence for forms of cooperation in our closest relatives that have been difficult to demonstrate in other animals besides humans,” says Brian Hare, an evolutionary anthropologist at Duke University in Durham, North ...

New three-in-one blood test opens door to precision medicine for prostate cancer

It was funded by the Prostate Cancer Foundation, Prostate Cancer UK, Movember, Cancer Research UK and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) via the Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre network, and the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre ...

Purdue researcher verifies the existence of 53 people mentioned in Hebrew Bible

I was looking for concrete, objective evidence outside of the Bible that would help build the case,” said Mykytiuk, an associate professor of library science. Mykytiuk ... Mykytiuk has written about his latest findings in Biblical Archeology Review ...

Wind power can help meet peak winter demand in the UK

Even during the winter months when power demand is at its highest, wind power can still make a significant contribution to the UK's electricity supply, according to new research. The UK's wind ... Dr Andrew Ross, Associate Professor of Dynamic ...

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Tencent's Lau Woos Marketers With Numbers and 'Technology With Warmth'

While Publicis Groupe and WPP talked about reducing their presence at the Cannes Lions festival, and Facebook and Google seemed less omnipresent this year, Tencent was all in at Cannes as China's internet giant extends its relationships with Western ...

Shi-Jiang Li, Ph.D., receives 2017 Alzheimer Award

... graduated from the Department of Electronic Engineering from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, in 1970; completed his master's program training at the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, in 1980; and received his PhD in ...

Dennis Brust: Paris Accord is politics, not science

The Paris Climate Accord was an exercise in power politics and not good science. This so-called "accord" was the most one-sided agreement in political history. Two of the top three biggest polluters, China and India, gave themselves a free ride until 2030.

China broadens bribery crackdown to technology firms, says report

Mainland China has been shifting the focus of wide-ranging bribery investigations to telecommunications, media and technology (TMT) firms as the industry becomes more important to the economy, according to a joint report released on Sunday.

Astronomy: Chinese telescope illustrates that country's science investment

While congress stumbles its way through another budget battle that has the potential to cut drastically NASA's funding, China continues to invest in the pursuit of new knowledge.

China's Central Bank Has Begun Cautiously Testing a Digital Currency

And finally, it might facilitate cross-border transactions, as well as the use of the renminbi outside of China because the currency would be so easy to obtain.

Scientists have high expectations for China's new space telescope

Zhang Shuangnan, lead scientist on the HXMT project, said the launch puts China in the vanguard of international X-ray astronomy, along with the dozen other X-ray satellites in orbit. HXMT will both compete and collaborate with other X-ray satellites.

China Leapfrogs US in Critical Strategic Technology

For the first time, China has demonstrated that it is far ahead of the United States in a critical new technology, namely quantum communications.

Korea, China, Japan to conduct joint research on quake risks

The Chinese side gave a presentation on its extraction of samples of natural gas hydrate for the first time in the South China Sea, while South Korea's Trade, Industry and Energy Ministry formed a business cooperation deal with the China Geological ...

Japan's Marketing Technology Company, f-code Ltd. Inaugurates Branch in Hong Kong

HONG KONG, CHINA--(Marketwired - Jun 19, 2017) - f-code, the digital marketing technology company specializing in conversion rate optimizations and retargeting, announced the opening of its latest office in Hong Kong -- their third office since the ...

China's quantum satellite achieves 'spooky action' at record distance

Quantum entanglement—physics at its strangest—has moved out of this world and into space. In a study that shows China's growing mastery of both the quantum world and space science, a team of physicists reports that it sent eerily intertwined quantum ...

Scientists Generate Quantum Entanglement in Space For the First Time

By entangling particles on a satellite and shooting them down to Earth, China may have just set the tone for a global “quantum space race.

In China, a Store of the Future—No Checkout, No Staff

Unlike the taxi and hotel industries, which are being changed in China as they are around the world by ride- and home-sharing companies such as Uber and Airbnb, brick-and-mortar retail has yet to undergo significant technology-driven change. Amazon ...

Ligand binding to a G protein–coupled receptor captured in a mass spectrometer

... Chinese Academy of Sciences, 555 Zuchongzhi Road, Pudong, Shanghai 201203, China. 4School of Life Science and Technology, ShanghaiTech University, 99 Haike Road, Pudong, Shanghai 201203, China. 5Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry ...

Scientists voice expectations of China's new space telescope

The result of the wisdom and painstaking efforts of several generations of Chinese scientists, the telescope is expected to push forward the development of space astronomy in China. Scientists from both home and abroad have high expectations of it.

China's quantum satellite achieves 'spooky action' at record distance

Quantum entanglement—physics at its strangest—has moved out of this world and into space. In a study that shows China's growing mastery of both the quantum world and space science, a team of physicists reports that it sent eerily intertwined quantum ...

Chinese scientists have built the first quantum satellite network

China's quantum satellite has produced its first successful result. In a paper published today in Science, researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences announced the satellite had successfully distributed entangled photons between three different ...

America's still first in science, but China rose fast as funding stalled in US and other countries

But American dominance is slowly shrinking, the analysis finds, as China's skyrocketing investing on science over the last two decades begins to pay off.

China successfully launches x-ray satellite

This latest achievement by China's space science program “is certainly welcomed” by the astronomical community, says Andrew Fabian, a theoretical astrophysicist at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.

Spat threatens China's plans to build world's largest telescope ...

China's astronomers are united in wanting a world-class giant optical telescope, one that would serve notice that they are ready to compete on the global stage.

Anthony Lee Zhang's Stock of Human Knowledge

Zhang, whose mother and father are from China, was born in Calgary, Canada, where both his parents went to graduate school. After that, he grew up on the campus of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, where his dad teaches biochemistry.

Spat threatens China's plans to build world's largest telescope

At issue is a project that emerged in 2015, when the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) set up a Center for Astronomical Mega-Science that polled senior astronomers on their priorities. Top was a desire to boost China's participation in the Thirty Meter ...

The People vs. the Political Professionals

Lei Fanpei, the chairman of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, the main contractor for Chinese space programs, said China may be the only country to have a space station in service by 2024, when the International Space Station retires.

This new ramjet engine could triple the range of Chinese missiles

In a May 31 report, the Science and Technology Daily announced that the 4th Research Institute of the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) has twice successfully tested a ramjet engine aimed to power air-to-air missiles.

China to open space station to scientists worldwide - Space Daily

Beijing (XNA) Jun 12, 2017 - China will open its space station to scientists worldwide after the station is completed around 2022, according to a Chinese space ...

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Scientists brace for cuts as federal climate funding expires

Climate scientists across Canada are preparing to shutter research projects and lay off staff as time runs out on the federal program that supports their work.

Erasure of negative memories one step closer to reality

Since its founding in 1934 by renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Wilder Penfield, The Neuro has grown to be the largest specialized neuroscience research and clinical centre in Canada, and one of the largest in the world. The seamless integration of research, ...

New psychology study finds adverse childhood experiences transfer from one generation to the next

The study, led by the University of Calgary's Sheri Madigan—Canada Research Chair in the Determinants of Child Development, a member of the Alberta Children's Hospital Research Institute and an assistant professor in psychology—finds that pregnant ...

Canada's Secret to Resisting the West's Populist Wave

Political science research suggests that this dynamic may have also made Canada resistant to political extremism and the polarization plaguing other Western countries.

New psychology study finds adverse childhood experiences transfer from one generation to the next

The study, led by the University of Calgary's Sheri Madigan - Canada Research Chair in the Determinants of Child Development, a member of the Alberta Children's Hospital Research Institute and an assistant professor in psychology - finds that ...

World's largest sleep study launches from Western's Brain and Mind Institute

"Many of us are working more erratic hours and sleeping less, while the pace of our lives seems to be accelerating," said Owen, who is the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience and Imaging at The Brain and Mind Institute at Western ...

New psychology study finds adverse childhood experiences transfer from one generation to the next

The study, led by the University of Calgary's Sheri Madigan - Canada Research Chair in the Determinants of Child Development, a member of the Alberta Children's Hospital Research Institute and an assistant professor in psychology - finds that ...

Scientists apply fingerprint test for CO2 storage

The technique, developed by scientists at the University of Edinburgh, has been conclusively used to investigate an alleged leak from CO2 injected underground at a farm in Saskatchewan, Canada.

10 years later, Canada's only F5 tornado remains in a class of its own

Hobson, an independent storm chaser and a meteorologist now with Environment Canada, was an undergraduate student of meteorology that day. He was just hoping to see something. ... Citing research by Dave Sills, et al. - she told Capital Weather Gang ...

How can exercise improve body image?

A new study carried out by researchers from the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Okanagan, Canada, looks into the potential of physical activity to improve body image. Specifically, Kathleen Martin Ginis, a professor in UBC Okanagan's School of ...

Bus tour showcases technology in Surrey's Innovation Boulevard

Neurocheck's soon-to-be-launched technology calculates a person's “brain power score.” Just this week, Canada's first Medtronic Resource Centre for patients with diabetes held its grand opening in the health tech district.

Scientists scrap over whether quota survey is fishy

But in a letter published in the journal this week, a dozen scientists - including two from Canada and 10 from New Zealand - dismissed the survey's New Zealand rating.

Sign of the times: Crowdfunding for scientific research

Labfundr, as the platform is called, is a sign of the times for science funding in Canada. Halifax-based Fisher, who did an undergrad degree at the University of Ottawa and a PhD in biochemistry from Dalhousie University, said he was stunned to see the ...

Anthony Lee Zhang's Stock of Human Knowledge

Zhang, whose mother and father are from China, was born in Calgary, Canada, where both his parents went to graduate school. After that, he grew up on the campus of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, where his dad teaches biochemistry.

Research Suggests Seal Oil Could Help People with Type 1 Diabetes

Newswise - (TORONTO, Canada - June 13, 2017) - A research team at the Krembil Neuroscience Centre in Toronto has published a paper that suggests seal oil has the potential to help promote nerve regeneration in patients with Type 1 diabetes.

Get to know more of your sedentary lifestyle! - Outlook India

Ottawa [Canada], June 11 : You would now know which activity has made your lifestyle sedentary as researchers from twenty countries across the world have ...

SpaceX Dragon Capsule Makes History with 1st Repeat Delivery to Space Station

(2,700 kilograms) of supplies and science experiments for the Expedition 52 and 53 astronauts. Inside the space station's Cupola module, NASA astronauts Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer remotely operated the station's Canadarm2 robotic arm to seize the ...

Canadian Institutes of Health Research invests in new brain health ...

Baycrest will pursue new avenues in brain health research thanks to support from Canada's health research investment agency.

The fascinating molecule linking hydration and health

The Canadian Association for Neuroscience is the largest association dedicated to the promotion of all fields of neuroscience research in Canada. The association has been organizing a yearly annual meeting since 2007. Learn more about our meeting at: ...

Connecting the dots between dreams and brain disease

The Canadian Association for Neuroscience is the largest association dedicated to the promotion of all fields of neuroscience research in Canada. The association has been organizing a yearly annual meeting since 2007. Learn more about our meeting at: ...

Connecting the dots between dreams and brain disease

The Canadian Association for Neuroscience is the largest association dedicated to the promotion of all fields of neuroscience research in Canada. The association has been organizing a yearly annual meeting since 2007. Learn more about our meeting at: ...

Astronomers think they have discovered what is causing those mysterious cosmic radio bursts

This, according to Science Alert, was the amazing discovery of astronomers from McGill University in Canada and Tohoku University in Japan.

Chris Jamroz Appointed to Royal Ontario Museum Board of Governors

Located in Toronto, Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum is Canada's largest museum, with over 30 galleries showcasing art, archeology and natural science. The ROM, which has a dual mandate of researching and communicating World Cultures and Natural ...

Penn Medicine's Irene Hurford receives Exemplary Psychiatrist Award

She received her medical degree from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and BSc in psychology from the University of Toronto.

U of G prof to head international climate change study

The new $6.6-million research project will examine populations around the world that are most at risk from climate change effects on food production, including the people of Canada's far north, where the effects are especially acute.

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Shri Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy and Mines ...

Other Official members are heads of the scientific organisations like Geological Survey of India, Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research, Indian Metrological Department, National Institute of Oceanography, Central Arid Zone Research ...

Holy cow! So many patents

It has research tie-ups with prestigious institutions of ICAR and of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in its mission to create “awareness about Indian cow and resurrect the self-sustaining Bharatiya (Indian) way of farming”.

Dennis Brust: Paris Accord is politics, not science

The Paris Climate Accord was an exercise in power politics and not good science. This so-called "accord" was the most one-sided agreement in political history. Two of the top three biggest polluters, China and India, gave themselves a free ride until 2030.

Dr. Sankar Devarajan appointed assistant professor in nutrition and food science

Dr. Devarajan holds doctorate, master of philosophy and master of science degrees in biochemistry from Annamalai University, located in Chidambaram, India.

Ex-ISRO Chief Kasturirangan to Head Panel on New Education Policy

The HRD ministry has appointed a new nine-member panel, headed by space scientist and former Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chief Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan, to work on a New Education Policy (NEP), sources said.

Field trip harnesses psychology career ideas

KOKOMO, Ind. - In a barn near Cicero, Indiana, the psychologists and teachers have four legs. Jitterbug, a quarter pony, lead nine eighth-grade boys through lessons on leadership, assisted by human instructors.

Indian Technology Workers Worry About a Job Threat: Technology

Mr. Choudhari is one of a number of Indian technology workers who have lost their jobs in recent months as many in India debate whether an industry that has long served as a gateway to the middle class is preparing to shed jobs en masse.

The rising wave of brain research

In a country where suicide among young women rivals maternal disorders as the leading cause of death, the importance of neuroscience research, both basic and clinical, cannot be overemphasized. In India, basic brain science research is conducted in ...

Will NASA-ISRO Mega Satellite Pass Trump Test? Scientists On Tenterhooks

New Delhi: Space scientists in India and America are on tenterhooks as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump meet for their first bilateral in Washington tomorrow.

Field trip harnesses psychology career ideas

KOKOMO, Ind. - In a barn near Cicero, Indiana, the psychologists and teachers have four legs. Jitterbug, a quarter pony, lead nine eighth-grade boys through lessons on leadership, assisted by human instructors.

US keen on providing India defence technology reserved for close allies

The US is interested in providing India with the kind of defence technology it normally reserves for its closest allies, the White House has said, signalling the Trump administration's resolve to strengthen the bilateral defence relationship.

Field trip harnesses psychology career ideas

KOKOMO, Ind. - In a barn near Cicero, Indiana, the psychologists and teachers have four legs. Jitterbug, a quarter pony, lead nine eighth-grade boys through lessons on leadership, assisted by human instructors.

Some NBA teams are reportedly employing reverse psychology in hoping Paul George gets traded to the Lakers

The NBA has been abuzz with trade rumors since Paul George reportedly told the Indiana Pacers he intended to become a free agent in 2018 and leave the team, preferably for the Los Angeles Lakers.

Field trip harnesses psychology career ideas

KOKOMO, Ind. - In a barn near Cicero, Indiana, the psychologists and teachers have four legs. Jitterbug, a quarter pony, lead nine eighth-grade boys through lessons on leadership, assisted by human instructors.

Politics Thwart India's GM Food Crop Plans

AsianScientist (Jun. 22, 2017) - By Ranjit Devraj - Plans by the Indian government to release genetically modified (GM) food crops into this predominantly agricultural country have been plagued by opposition from scientists, activists and politicians ...

International Yoga Day: CEOs who're into the ancient science

On the occasion of International Yoga Day which is being celebrated across the world on Wednesday, we take a look at 5 Indian CEOs who are reportedly into the ancient Indian science of exercise and healing. ... Do yoga everyday to keep doctor away.Shree.

St. Charles Catholic School seventh-grader named state merit winner in young scientist challenge

Cassandra Smith of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School in Fort Wayne was named the Indiana Merit winner in the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge.

Indiana revenue agency working to improve customer service, technology

INDIANAPOLIS - The leader of Indiana's tax collection agency is making customer service a top priority, even as he oversees a "once in a generation" upgrade of the technology used to annually process more than $18 billion in payments. Commissioner ...

Technology Can Change the Way India Drives. Here's How

It goes without saying that a country's economic growth is dependent on its road connectivity and a sound transport system. Increasing urban population is increasingly creating pressure on the government of India to create efficient means of commuting.

Plasma physicist PK Kaw passes away

From 1971-75, Kaw was back in India as associate professor and then as professor at the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL), Ahmedabad.

Three Mumbai scientists win prestegious Indian National Science Academy awards

Three Mumbai scientists won the prestigious Indian National Science Academy (INSA) young scientist awards this year, for their exceptional work in science and technology.

Scientist who led thermonuclear experiments India dies at 69

From 1971-75 he was in India as associate professor and professor at the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL), Ahmedabad. Thereafter, he returned to Princeton and initiated work on magnetically-confined fusion plasmas.

With high-end German radar, IITM begins three-year cloud experiments over Solapur

When asked about the radar's specialities, experts said it was one-of-its-kind, available for cloud and rainfall research in India. A similar equipment owned by the India Meteorology Department (IMD) is operational in the national capital, and another ...

The case of India's missing forensic psychologists

“Forensic psychology is an emerging field in India” is what one usually hears while speaking to professionals who deal with crime in the country.

As Asian Scorchers Multiply, Records Fall and Attention Rises

That episode, one of four in India since 1998 that each killed more than 1,000 people, ranks as the fifth-deadliest heat wave in history, said Jeff Masters, the meteorology director at the online weather service Weather Underground. The Indian ... “Too ...

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Cyberattack Hits Ukraine Then Spreads Internationally

Several companies have been affected by the Petya cyberattack, including, from left, Rosneft, the Russian energy giant; Merck, a pharmaceutical company; and Maersk, a shipping company.

Putin tightens control over Russian Academy of Sciences

The Russian government has taken further steps to tighten its grip on the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) in Moscow. On 23 June, the State Duma—one of the two chambers of the Russian parliament—passed the first draft of a new law that would give ...

Trump Administration Blocks Government Scientists from Attending International Meeting on Nuclear Power

Preventing US government scientists from delivering scheduled talks at an IAEA conference is highly unusual. This decision is apparently a consequence of the deteriorating relationship between the US and Russia.

Don't believe the hype about Russia's hypersonic missile

Russia's Pyotr Velikiy battlecruiser is the kind of ship that may someday carry Zircon missiles. Royal Navy, via Wikimedia Commons.

Worried about election hacking? There's a technology fix – Helios

Election hacking is much in the news of late and there are fears that the Russians/rogue lefties/Bavarian illuminati et al are capable of falsifying results.

Kazakhstan conducts first stage of nuclear fusion reactor physical launch

ASTANA - National Nuclear Centre of Kazakhstan completed June 9 the first stage of physical launch of Kazakh Tokamak for Material Testing (KTM), a nuclear fusion reactor developed jointly with Russia and at the instruction of Kazakhstan President ...

Beaver's teeth 'used to carve the oldest wooden statue in the world'

Zhilin, leading researcher of the Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute of Archeology, has spoken previously of his 'feeling of awe' when studying the Idol, more than twice as old as the Stonehenge monuments in England.

Circling around US embeds, Syrian forces reach Iraq border

BEIRUT - Russia's Ministry of Defense reported on Friday that pro-government forces circled around U.S. military advisers in eastern Syria to reach the Iraqi border, dealing what could be a major blow to the declared U.S.

Carotid artery gives away human biological age

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Scientists find 'PROOF' aliens exist as samples from ISS reveal something extraordinary

... science and have been hailed as one, if not the “most significant scientific development of the century”. Samples taken from the surface of the ISS windows are thought to contain living creatures related to plankton or algae, Russian scientists ...

'I need loyalty': James Comey's riveting prepared testimony about what Trump asked him, annotated

On Thursday, now-fired FBI director James B. Comey is going to testify in front of the Senate committee investigating Russia meddling, specifically about what he says President Trump asked him to do with regard to the investigation.

Comey's dramatic account on Trump rocks Washington

President Trump repeatedly sought to influence the FBI's investigation into Russian election meddling before firing James Comey as the bureau's director, according to blockbuster testimony that Comey is set to deliver Thursday to the Senate ...

Russian hacking attempt targets small elections-technology industry

An attempt by Russian hackers to infiltrate an obscure Florida elections technology company is igniting concerns about whether the small industry is vulnerable to attacks that could undermine confidence in election results.

NSA Leaker Outed Thanks to Modern Printer Technology

On Saturday NSA contractor Reality Leigh Winner, who leaked classified documents to The Intercept, was arrested. The leaked intelligence report from the NSA detailed Russian cyberattacks allegedly directed at election officials and electronic voting ...

The Political Psychology of Everything Russia

FORT MYERS, Fla. This week, Former FBI Director James Comey is set to testify before the Senate as the controversy surrounding possible Russian ties to the 2016 election reaches its peak.

Gazprom Neft and Saudi Aramco discuss technology alliance

Russian oil producer Gazprom Neft is in advanced talks with Saudi Arabia's crude giant about possible sharing of drilling technology, in a sign that co-operation between Moscow and Riyadh on energy policy could soon be replicated at company level.

Modi seeks to repair Russia ties on Europe tour

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Science Diplomacy Is More Vital Than Ever

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Trump's expected pick for top USDA scientist is not a scientist

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Trump's Expected Pick for Top USDA Scientist Is Not a Scientist

Clovis was also responsible for recruiting Carter Page, whose ties to Russia have become the subject of intense speculation and scrutiny, as a Trump foreign policy advisor. Neither Clovis, nor the USDA, nor the White House responded to questions about ...

Video: Syrian Army Advancing on Al Qaeda Militant Stronghold of Lataminah

Fresh speculation has been circulating in the media that Russia is preparing to deploy its ground forces to Syria following an expected official request by the Syrian government.

Syrian Scientists Made Sarin Used in Chemical Attacks, France Claims

Syrian Scientists Made Sarin Used in Chemical Attacks, France Claims. French intelligence faults the U.S.-Russia chemical pact and discloses Syria's effort to acquire ingredients for a nerve agent.

Moscow to host European Congress of Psychology

The 16th European Congress of Psychology will be held on the Moscow State University (MSU) grounds in July next year. The choice of venue is of historic significance: the world renowned MSU looms large in the history of Russian psychology as the ...

A closer look at veterinary homeopathy

Homeopathic medicine contradicts “known chemical, physical and biological laws” and should have no place in Russia's national health care system, the academy's Commission Against Pseudoscience and Falsification of Scientific Research stated in a Feb.

Diplomacy as defense; "Political interference," and Trump's speech

“Political interference?” Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes is leading the House investigation into possible collusion between Trump campaign officials and Russian operatives.

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Vanuatu agriculture experts develop food crops designed to withstand the effects of climate change

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CSIRO behind breakthrough technology to help combat illegal fishing trade

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Trawling Scientists Find a Better Way to Reel In Fish Poachers

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Our climate champion Seruiratu visits Australia

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Australian scientists went looking for deep sea creatures and pulled up your nightmares instead

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Meet Australia's Fastest Supercomputer

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Hyperloop technology could make Melbourne to Sydney quicker than plane

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