Category: SCIENCE

Preference for male children is declining in Bangladesh: study
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Preference for male children is declining in Bangladesh: study

LONDON: Researchers have shown a decline in ‘son preference’ by women of childbearing age in Bangladesh. However, fertility decisions are still affected by the son’s preference. The term son preference refers to any situation where parents value sons more than daughters and, as a result, make choices, which can have economic and demographic implications. “Our […]

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New research reveals how SARS-CO-2 can capture human cells
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New research reveals how SARS-CO-2 can capture human cells

Washington: Another detail the study The American Association for the Advancement of Science claims that the stork coyote virus not only targets human cells but also begins to replicate them. These findings also suggest that the possibilities may serve as potential new treatment targets for COVID-19 patients, although validation is required in cell and animal […]

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Researchers show how the body’s own immune system can kill cancer
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Researchers show how the body’s own immune system can kill cancer

WASHINGTON: A new way to help the body’s immune system fight off cancer has been discovered by a University of Missouri researcher. “Normally, your body’s immune cells are on patrol to identify and eliminate foreign bodies in the body,” said Yves Chabo, an assistant professor at the Division of Biological Sciences. “Normal cells carry the […]

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The recovered lunar samples from China weigh less than the target
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The recovered lunar samples from China weigh less than the target

BEIJING: Lunar rocks obtained by a historic Chinese mission to the moon weighed less than initially targeted, but China is still willing to study the samples with foreign scientists, a mission spokesman said Monday. ۔ China became the third country to receive moon samples when its unmanned Chang Di 5 probe, named after the mythical […]

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France’s top award to physicist Rohini Goodball
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France’s top award to physicist Rohini Goodball

BANGALORE: Rohini Goodboul, a professor at the Indian Institute of Science’s (IISc) Center for High Energy Physics (CHEP), has been awarded the “Order of National Dominion”, or National Order of Merit, by France. Was awarded . “I’m still a little bit double because it’s like our Padma Awards, which is no small feat and it’s […]

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CWED-19: WHO warns, herd is no exception in 2021
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CWED-19: WHO warns, herd is no exception in 2021

GENEVA: World Health Organization (WHO) scientists warned on Monday that a large-scale vaccine would not exempt herds from the corona virus this year, even as a leading producer boosted its production forecast. England, meanwhile, launched its first large-scale vaccination campaign in major cities, to outweigh the rapid spread of the new strain of the disease […]

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Here’s how you can protect your health against air pollution
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Here’s how you can protect your health against air pollution

New Delhi: Although the vaccination campaign for covid-19 is set to begin in the country on January 16, the highly contagious virus still poses a threat to the immunity of individuals, including their respiratory system, which is its mainstay in the human body. The goal is. . On the other hand, the city’s air quality […]

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China’s Chang 4 probe resumes work for 26th lunar day
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China’s Chang 4 probe resumes work for 26th lunar day

BEIJING: China’s Chang’e 4 probe lander and rover resume operations for the distant 26th lunar day Moon, According to the country’s space agency. The Chang-4 probe, which made the first soft landing on the One Kerman Crater in the Atkins Basin, far south of the Moon, survived 6,736. Earth Day on the moon. Towards the […]

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