Saturday 14th March
Oxford scientists have identified an area in the brain directly related to pain intensity, that can be switched off in patients suffering from uncontrollable pain.
Apple in the tech industry have been digging a grave for email for more than a decade, but their predictions have always seemed a little out of touch.
A serious forest fire spread quickly onChile’s coast on Friday and threatened to reach the nearby port cities ofValparaiso and Vina del Mar.
China hoping to bring the 2022 Winter Olympics to Beijing has roped in Chinese action star Jackie Chan to record a song that will promote the country’s Olympic campaign.
Sunday 15th March
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Jaffna, the first Indian Premier to set foot in this war ravaged town in Sri Lanka.
A crowded double-decker passenger ferry capsized in northwestern Myanmar after being slammed by huge waves.
Forensic experts in Italysaid on Friday that they had reconstructed the DNA of a national war hero and poet by analyzing a 100 years old semen.
World’s first solar-powered plane Solar Impulse 2’s stay in Ahmedabad has been extended due to unusual weather reportedly.
Monday 16th March
The White House has issued a new warning to the US Senate to stay out of negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program,said Chief of staff Denis McDonough.
Cole Porter wasn’t the first to ask. From mystified poets to angst-ridden teens, the question of what exactly love is has troubled us since long before the master songwriter put pen to paper.
New research boosts hope that a highly anticipated, experimental class of cholesterol drugs can greatly lower the risk for heart attacks, death and other heart-related problems.
Russian President Vladimir Putin hasn’t been seen in public in 10 days, and the world is starting to wonder why he canceled a visit to Kazakhstan.
Tuesday 17th March
Nasa challenged the public and amateur scientists delivered, coming up with a software application that can help identify more asteroids, some of which endanger Planet Earth.
The birthday of Anna Atkins, a British botanist whose use of cyanotypes – or ‘sunprints’ of plants and algae in botanical studies paved the way for the use of photography in scientific publishing.
Renowned musician Shankar Mahadevan will perform at a special curtain-raiser show of the Indian Heritage Centre’s Culture Fest in Singapore on 2nd May 2015.
China, Japan and South Korea will this week hold the first meeting of their foreign ministers for three years, the latest sign of a gradual thaw in East Asian relations.
Wednesday 18th March
A terrifying killer liquid metal robot portrayed in the movie ‘Terminator’ and Terminator 2 Judgement Day, has inspired what was heralded here as a revolution in 3D printing.
Japanese police are investigating phone calls threatening to kill US Ambassador Caroline Kennedy and another American envoy, authorities said.
Regular use of aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) can reduce most people’s colorectal cancer risk.
Luxury car maker Audi India is planning to add around 10 customer touch-points this year to complement the proposed 10 launches in the year
Thursday 19th March
Botanical artist and writer Bridget Berth uses plants and flowers to form nature and wildlife art.She had collected the materials for her residence premises at Seattle.
In a world first, researchers have found that a naturally occurring chemical attracts pregnant malaria-transmitting mosquitoes.
Paper, metal and wood are some of the best chaise for artists to showcase their creativity. But for Chinese artist RenRi its is beehives for his honeycomb art works.
The world’s first hydrogen-powered tramcar has rolled off the assembly line in China’s eastern Shandong Province.
Friday 20th March
Scotland based artist Dometria is very good in drawing. Now she has turned to Baymax. She has wonderfully turned baymax into many realistic Disney movie characters.
Imagine a pill that makes you more compassionate and more likely to give spare change to someone less fortunate. Scientists have taken a big step in that direction
Snuggle Delivery a recently launched service by humane society of Broward country at Florida delivers animals from shelters to workplaces in order to reduce job related stress.
Postman Ferdinand had spent 33 years picking up unusual pebbles while delivering the mail. He has now transformed his collection of pebbles into stunning looking Cathedrals.