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Fans posthumous Nobel Prize Stephen Hawking

Fans demand posthumous Nobel Prize for Stephen Hawking

Fans have taken to Twitter to demand posthumous Nobel Prize for the Theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking, who died peacefully on Wednesday, March 14. After the news of Hawking’s death broke the internet, a fan shared a picture of the scientist and wrote, “R.I.P. Stephen Hawking. #StephenHawking. Posthumous Nobel. It’s time”.One fan tweeted, “Could not be more

New graphene electronic tattoos can be applied with water

New graphene electronic tattoos can be applied with water

Scientists have designed a graphene-based electronic tattoo that can be directly applied on the skin with water, and may help measure the electrical activity of the heart, brain and muscles. The graphene tattoos may offer promising replacements for existing medical sensors, which are typically taped to the skin and require gel or paste to enable

Blood test may diagnose brain cancer five years early

Blood test may diagnose brain cancer five years early

The fear of cancer is still a little over all over the world. This is the reason why continuous screening of the cancer is being done. According to the latest news, scientists have claimed to have detected brain cancer almost five years ago.According to a research, a special blood test will tell Brain Cancer nearly

Researchers train drones to use Wi-Fi to look through walls

Researchers train drones to use Wi-Fi to look through walls.A new system by University of California, Santa Barbara researchers Yasamin Mostofi and Chitra R. Karanam uses two drones, a massive Wi-Fi antenna, and a little interpolation to literally see through solid walls.The system is two-fold. The one drone blasts Wi-Fi through the structure and another picks up

PAU scientist honoured for contribution to plant pathology

Ludhiana: Dr. T.S. Thind, adjunct professor and former Additional Director of Research, Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), has been honoured with ‘Y.L. Nene Outstanding Plant Pathology Teacher Award 2016’ by the Indian Society of Mycology and Plant Pathology. The award was presented to Dr. Thind during the national symposium on “Challenges towards plant health under changing

Medical Scientist award for year awarded to PGI faculty

Chandigarh: Dr Sanjay Kumar Bhadada, additional professor, Deptt of Endocrinology,PGIMER, Chandigarh received prestigious Prof Shurveer Singh Trust (Udaipur,Rajasthan) memorial Medical Scientist Award for year 2016.This award is given in recognition of tireless dedication and contribution in the field of Endocrinology and Metabolism to a medical graduate from Rajasthan. Dr Bhadada delivered his oration at RNT

Western Indian coastline is tsunami prone: Scientist

Panaji,: City planners need to incorporate the potential of the western Indian coastline as a tsunami-prone area, when they plan urban habitats in the region, an expert has said. Speaking to IANS, outgoing Director of the National Institute of Oceanography S.W.A. Naqvi also said that tsunamis were not new to the western Indian coastline, the

Agriculture Scientist Dr S S Chahal appointed KU V-C

Amritsar: Renowned Agriculture scientists and former vice chancellor of Maharana Partap University of Agriculture and Technology, Udaipur (Rajasthan), Dr S S Chahal has been appointed as vice chancellor of newly established Khalsa University, Amritsar. He joined his office in the presence of Khalsa University office-bearers on Thursday at Khalsa College of Education (KCE) building. Chahal

Iran executes nuclear scientist

Tehran: An Iranian nuclear scientist detained since 2010 has been executed, his family told BBC on Sunday. Shahram Amiri’s mother said the scientist’s body had been returned to their hometown with rope marks around his neck, showing that he was hanged. The scientist, who was born in 1977, went missing after taking a pilgrimage to

Indian scientist to head Germany-based group of nuclear physicists

Kolkata: Noted Indian physicist Sibaji Raha has been elected as the first chairman of the Joint Scientific Council of the GSI and the upcoming FAIR facility in Germany for exploring the nature of matter and the evolution of the universe. The Department of Science and Technology had recently shared the development via Twitter. “Prof Sibaji