Articles By Anusuya Das
A new genetics study suggests that European and American canine breeds were much more influenced by dogs from Southeast Asia than by ancient Western dogs or by dogs from the Middle East.
Scientists from the UK, China, and the United Arab Emirates have sequenced the iconic peregrine and saker falcon genomes as part of the Falcon Genome Project.
Researchers at CUHK are slowly creating a blueprint to understand how the H. pylori pathogen stays alive and well in the acidic guts of half the world’s population.
Researchers in Japan have made a transparent crab shell and used this knowledge to create a transparent nanocomposite sheet.
A team from the University of Leicester’s Departments of Health Sciences and Cardiovascular Sciences has called for a redefinition of obesity thresholds in migrant South Asian populations.
A new study has deepened the mystery over the source of arsenic in India’s groundwater.
We chat with Pradeep Das, director of business & product management at Pitney Bowes, on winning the 2010 Inventor of the Year Award for revolutionizing how cell phone cameras use two dimensional barcodes for business.
Researchers in Southeast Asia have identified two genetic variants associated with increased susceptibility to severe dengue fever.
In a groundbreaking image captured in eastern Australia, the violent swirling of the gas between the stars in our Milky Way has been shown to resemble a pit of writhing snakes.
Traffic emissions have been linked to reduced fetal growth in a study led by researchers in Australia.