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Water Rush

Seawater desalination can to an extent solve India’s drinking water crisis, but there are caveats...

Run, shoot, spin a story

The game is set in a post-apocalyptic zombie world...
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Fast Forward

Hyperloop or vacuum tube technology, a once-promising transport science, has run up against significant challe...

What’s in an email address?

Lots, so think twice before sharing it...

Come on buddy, let’s go party

If it’s about finding community and freedom, virtual nightclubs aren’t different...

Ultimate end, or not

This cosmic aeon will end when the stars and the sun go out. Will that be the final termination or will anothe...

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Science  /  Published 26.10.15

Infected or not? Try these tools

Every day we get emails from senders with attachments or with links enticing us to visit websites offering fantastic discounts or friendship with no strings attached. Most often, you can be sure the p...
By BITS & BYTES / SURIT DOSS

Science  /  Published 26.10.15

Not so cute

All over the world, parents love chubby babies with their potbellies and plump dimpled thighs. Unfortunately, these children grow into overweight teenagers and adults. What was considered "cute&q...
By Dr Gita Mathai

Science  /  Published 19.10.15

Calcium’s the key

Calcium may help you fight addictions as well as neurodegenerative disorders, writes T.V. Jayan . At least that is what a recent study of fruit flies found...
By TT Bureau

Science  /  Published 19.10.15

Not appy

q+a Whenever I try to install a new app on my HTC 816 G mobile it keeps on processing without completing the installation. How do I fix this?...
By BITS & BYTES / SURIT DOSS

Science  /  Published 14.12.15

Managing osteoporosis

Q:I have been diagnosed with osteoporosis and am on treatment. My mother also has osteoporosis. She recently fell down and broke her hip. I am afraid that I might suffer the same fate....
By Dr Gita Mathai

Science  /  Published 25.09.17

Prehistoric puzzle of Plesiosaurs solved

An animal that looked like the Loch Ness Monster swam the oceans millions of years ago. Nicholas St. Fleur explains just how they propelled themselves though the water...
By Nicholas St. Fleur

Science  /  Published 25.09.17

Get some sun

I read that exposure to sunlight is good for you. I am scared of getting tanned....
By Dr Gita Mathai

Science  /  Published 11.09.17

Panic Not 

One of my patients, a middle-aged mother, regularly turns up at emergency chest pain ICUs with a "heart-attack". She develops trembling, giddiness, hyperventilation (rapid breathing), tingli...
By Dr Gita Mathai

Science  /  Published 28.08.17

COLOUR SENSE

People who see a colour while sniffing a particular scent are not only better at distinguishing between different smells and different colours, but also better at naming odours, researchers from Radbo...
By TT Bureau

Science  /  Published 21.08.17

Ice cream van

A SpaceX capsule rocketed to the International Space Station (ISS) last Monday, carrying lots of research material, plus some ice cream. Experiments make up most of the 2,900kg cargo, which reached th...
By TT Bureau


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