One in 16 US women were forced into having sex for the first time One in 16 US girls and women were forced into having sex for the first time, either physically or through other kinds of pressure
Unique IAEA Nuclear Science and Technology Services Highlighted at 63rd General Conference - International Atomic Energy Agency Unique IAEA Nuclear Science and Technology Services Highlighted at 63rd General Conference International Atomic Energy AgencyNo other international organization offers the range of services related to nuclear science and technology that the IAEA does, Acting Director General Cornel ...
Megan Rossi on how to look after your gut at New Scientist Live Is the gut health craze just a fad or is there some truth to it? Leading dietitian Megan Rossi will explain the evidence during her talk at New Scientist Live
Vikings probably hunted Iceland's walruses to extinction for ivory Iceland had a unique population of walruses that disappeared after people first settled there – probably because the Vikings hunted them to extinction
Using drones, AI and big data, India to draw up digital map with 10 cms resolution - Times of India Using drones, AI and big data, India to draw up digital map with 10 cms resolution Times of IndiaIndia News: The Survey of India, part of the Department of Science and Technology has initiated a project to digitally map the country ...
Dairy Farm Management Software Market Is Thriving Worldwide | Lion Edge Technologies, CropIn Technology, NST New Science Technologies - OnYourDesks Dairy Farm Management Software Market Is Thriving Worldwide | Lion Edge Technologies, CropIn Technology, NST New Science Technologies OnYourDesksStats And Reports has added a new Global Dairy Farm Management Software Market Study that scrutinizes current scenarios for future market size, market ...
NASA Contractors Share the Grief of Chandrayaan-2 Failure - Gadgets 360 NASA Contractors Share the Grief of Chandrayaan-2 Failure Gadgets 360Astrobotic, a Pittsburgh company that is developing a Moon lander of its own, was confident India would stick it with Chandrayaan-2.
Fires devastating Australia’s east coast have arrived unusually early Bush fires across Australia’s east coast have arrived uncharacteristically early in the year, prompting fears for the upcoming summer
Science and Education Toys Market Latest Technology, Future Opportunities And Forecast 2019-2026 - TechZiffy Science and Education Toys Market Latest Technology, Future Opportunities And Forecast 2019-2026 TechZiffyWorldwide Market Reports offers a latest published report on Science and Education Toys Market Analysis and Forecast 2019-2026 delivering key insights and ...
Pixel 4 revealed in another shock leak and Google won't like it one bit - Express Pixel 4 revealed in another shock leak and Google won't like it one bit ExpressGOOGLE'S Pixel 4 may be just weeks away from an official launch and the leaks continue to show what could be coming soon from the US firm.
Mate 20 Pro prices crash to new low ahead of Huawei Mate 30 Pro release - Express Mate 20 Pro prices crash to new low ahead of Huawei Mate 30 Pro release ExpressNOW is a good time to invest in a Mate 20 Pro as long as you know it will soon be outdated by the new Mate ...
A network in the brain is involved in a range of mental health issues Depression, schizophrenia and some other mental health conditions have a variety of symptoms but they all seem to be connected by similar differences in the brain
Microplastics may stop hermit crabs from choosing the best home Life in plastic is not fantastic. Microplastics disrupt the ability of hermit crabs to choose the best shells.
Boosting circadian rhythms can help relieve perinatal depression The activity of circadian genes appears to be altered in women with perinatal depression. Using light to reset the body clock may improve symptoms
50-year old maths problem about an infinite lottery finally solved A 50-year-old maths problem has finally been solved, and it shows that even an infinitely large lottery ticket could not contain every winning solution
Tall twisting tower is made from wood that shapes itself as it dries A method that uses wood’s tendency to swell and shrink in response to moisture has been used to make a large twisting tower in Germany
Hans Christian Gram: The biologist who helped investigate bacteria Biologist Hans Christian Gram devised one of the most important staining techniques used in microbiology to identify bacteria under a microscope
Committee calls for research excellence to be spread across the UK Science and Technology Committee publishes report on the balance and effectiveness of research and innovation spending
MPs disappointed at slow progress on high risk vendors Chair responds to correspondence from the Secretary of State for Digital, Media, Culture and Sport
Linking business and climate services to create market growth Currently, there is a large, untapped market for climate services with gaps in the demand and supply. An EU-funded project is providing insight into the climate service market - reducing barriers for business and encouraging European market growth.
Neural networks could reveal how the brain understands time EU-funded researchers have developed a framework for understanding how we record memories by creating a model that simulates the behaviour of single neurons across different timescales. The research could help build on our understanding of how human memory works and ...
New treatment on the horizon for Graves' disease Treatment options for the immune system disorder Graves' disease have remained unchanged for over 70 years, and all bring serious side effects. An innovative EU-funded project is helping scientists and doctors move closer to finding a safer, more effective alternative.
Mobile app helps fish farmers to boost their yields Fish farming has become an important source of high-quality protein. But aquaculture farmers often suffer high losses. A mobile application developed by an EU-funded project offers farmers much-needed, near-real-time support to increase yields - boosting their sustainability and competitiveness.