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New AI tool can prevent coronavirus mutations: Study

The AI-assisted method predicted 26 potential vaccines that would work against the coronavirus.

Why consumers think pretty food is healthier?

Consumers see almost 7,000 food and restaurant advertisements per year, with the vast majority touting fast food.

Have US media outlets gone too easy on Joe Biden?

"You would think that the press themselves, the people who are covering that campaign, would be frustrated by the fact that they're not getting much information... that there's no real access to the candidate on a daily basis."

Higher metal concentration in Moon’s craters provides new insights

According to the researchers, the fine dust at the bottom of the Moon's craters is actually ejected materials forced up from below the Moon's surface during meteor impacts.

Groundwater in US brimming with antibiotic-resistant genes

"ARGs are not regulated in any way and are a challenging emerging contaminant of concern due to our reliance on biological treatment in the engineered water cycle."

US varsity fair in Hyderabad draws over 1,200 students

Information sessions on student visa application process and financial aid opportunities held

Hyderabad group, LA varsity to help revamp five GHMC wards

The model wards project aims to improve quality of life in five wards by coming up with sustainable solutions that will enable citizens face various urban challenges.

Hyderabad-based Smartron forays into Middle East

The tronX is Smartron’s AI powered IoT platform that connects a range of devices, sensors and systems to the tronX core and offers intelligent experiences and services to the consumers.

Entertainment shows educating about the issues

While transgender characters on fictional TV shows has the power to influence attitudes toward transgender people and policy issues, news coverage, even when pervasive,...

Here’s good news for coffee lovers; they live longer

Drinking coffee could lead to a longer life, according to a new study reported by US researchers at the University of Southern California (USC). In...

Good news for coffee lovers, latest study says, they live longer

Drinking coffee was also found to be associated with a lower risk of death due to heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and respiratory and kidney disease.

Taking aspirin daily may extend life, prevent heart attacks

A recent study has shown that taking aspirin can help patients at risk of heart attacks if consumed regularly as it thins the blood and prevents clotting.

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