Saturday 22nd November
Audi of America revealed its new premium compact cars, with great styles, new unique engines and seven variants, at the L.A. Auto Show
Studying why nails grow back unlike many body parts, researchers have identified a new group of nail stem cells that perform dual roles
A study by US researchers found older couples who are in an unhappy marriage have a higher risk of heart disease than those in a happy marriage.
Horses and rhinos probably originated on the Indian subcontinent, some 54.5 million years ago according to a new study of fossils found in Gujarat.
Sunday 23rd November
Climate change could undermine efforts to defeat extreme poverty around the globe, the World Bank has warned
A suicide bomber detonated his explosive vest in a crowd of spectators at a volleyball match in Afghanistan, killing 45 people.
Scientists have revealed that changes to the structure of the protein histone H3.3 may play a key role in silencing genes that regulate cancer cell growth.
Facebook has recently launched a new initiative ‘Say Thanks’ that will allow users to create personalised video cards for their friends.
Monday 24th November
Scientists at Washington, USA, have found out that turtles are more closely related to birds and dinosaurs than to lizards and snakes.
A white police officer who shot an unarmed black teenager sparking weeks of riots in the US town of Ferguson would not be indicted.
Indian Coast Guard Ship Sankalp went on a three-day visit to Singapore during which it will hold exercises with the counterpart maritime force.
Scientists, including two of Indian-origin, have developed new synthetic platelets that mimic and outperform natural platelets at controlling bleeding.
Tuesday 25th November
A researcher in the UK has developed a high-tech microscope that can make expensive tests for cancer diagnosis much cheaper.
he world’s first zero-gravity 3D printer on the International Space Station (ISS) has created the first object in space.
Archaeologists have discovered an ancient settlement lying beneath the Aegean Sea, just off the coast of the Greek island of Delos.
A daily tablespoon of yogurt can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by nearly a fifth, according to a new Harvard study.
Wednesday 26th November
Scientists have discovered a gene that protects people from the most common cause of stroke in young and middle-aged people.
A new study has revealed that high-achieving women are not meeting their career goals they set for themselves in their 20s because of their husbands, and not children.
Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci, famous for being an artist, scientist, inventor and musician, may also have been the first to identify hurricanes, scientists say.
A couple has held a wedding ceremony in a 1.5 million litre seawater divers’ training tank in Scotland.
Thursday 27th November
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has joined an anti-smoking campaign in China, home to the world’s largest number of smokers, featuring in a music video.
Radio telescopes on Earth has beamed up 90,000 messages to Mars to commemorate the launch 50 years ago to the planet.
Scientists stated that reading that section of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” activates some of the same regions in the brain.
India’s exposure to extreme conditions like floods, drought, cyclones and heat waves is set to increase drastically between now and 2090.
The unmanned flying vehicles the size of a pizza box are also a favourite tool for more unruly groups: pranksters and troublemakers.
Friday 28th November
Scientists at CSIR Fourth Paradigm Institute (C-MMACS), Bangalore, who work on discoveries in various fields, are introducing a weather-forecast module soon
UK- based designer Chris LaBrooy made this cool series of renders showing colourful trucks bending beyond the laws of physics. He called it Tales of Auto Elasticity.
Researchers at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven) in Belgium used a new chemical process to convert the cellulose in sawdust into hydrocarbon chains.
A librarian in northern France made what may be the discovery of his lifetime when he uncovered a rare Shakespeare’s First Folio in his library’s collection.