The Telegraph
| Monday, May 1, 2017 |

Knowhow

MERCUREAL

No argument: summer temperatures are rising across the subcontinent. As we sweat it out, experts bicker over whether we are headed for a new normal or the end of the world. Upala Sen reports 

The British are long gone from the subcontinent but their legacy of obsessing about the weather continues. The refrain of the times, whether you are in Delhi or Dumdum, is — this summer is way worse than the last. | Read»


Bottled brain

The image (above) captures nerve cells (in green) migrating from one region of the human forebrain into another region — in a bottle. The process recreates the happenings in a developing foetus in real time. This will help scientists figure... | Read»


Go with WorkFlow

#TechTonic / Surit Doss

Apple’s recent purchase of DeskConnect and its popular app Workflow has come as a boon for iPhone power users who were often frustrated by the lack customisations offered in iOS. This brilliant tool, that Apple has now made free, lets you... | Read»


Cut the belly jelly

Q: I read that belly fat is dangerous. I have a potbelly. What can I do to lose it? A: Belly fat is dangerous because it is associated with type 2 diabetes, heart disease and hypertension. It is not possible to lose just belly fat.  | Read»