In the Lab
IN THE LAB

Travel Therapy

Tourism may soon be recognised as a dementia intervention by providing an experience which resembles current cognitive stimulation therapies, reveals a study.

Rice Husk Could Replace Heavy Metals In LEDs

The world’s first quantum dot LEDs made from recycled rice husks are shining a light on developing environmentally sustainable LED displays, report researchers in Japan.

Of Host Plants And Traditional Medicine

Mistletoe’s medicinal quality depends on the environment of its host plant, discover researchers from China and the UK.

Revolutionizing Medical Imaging Through AI

A new medical imaging approach developed by researchers in Hong Kong can reduce the workload of medical specialists while improving diagnostic efficiency.

Potential Cancer Therapy: Vitamin D Linked DNA Molecules

Researchers in Japan discover a novel DNA molecule that prevents tumor growth by inhibiting breakdown of Vitamin D.

Converting Carbon From The Air Into Crystals

Researchers in Japan develop an efficient and cost-effective way of capturing carbon dioxide from the air.

What’s Cooking? Ancient Pots Reveal The Answer

Archaeologists study ancient pots in India’s Gujarat revealing cooking system of Indus Valley Civilization in the region.

Pineapple Leaves Can Help You Get Slim

Fibrous capsules made from pineapple leaves could be effective in fat absorption, National University of Singapore researchers find.

Your Students Hate Math? Try Gestures

Gestures and hand motions can help engage and enhance students learning and understanding of mathematics, suggest researchers from China, Iran and Australia.

How Do Bacteria Develop Resistance Against Methicillin?

Staphylococcus aureus is becoming resistant to antibiotic Methicillin globally. Researchers in Japan explain the mechanism of transfer of resistance among bacteria.