Food habits getting worse around the world, warn studies
Researchers implicate the role of junk food industry in the changing food habits, particularly of the young generation
‘Sedentary lifestyle led to lighter bones in humans’
Study suggests increased physical activity could be a way to counter weak bones
Managing food demand key to containing emissions, damage to environment, says study
Sub-Saharan Africa will see the biggest increase in food demand
Climate change brings longer spring and autumn to US
Expanding growing season has enabled the forests to store an additional 26 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, say researchers
Here’s what people in their 90s really think about death
Death was part of life for many of the older people who often said they were taking each day as it comes and not worrying too much about tomorrow
Caterpillars could hold the key to managing plastic waste: study
Moth caterpillars, which bio-degrade polyethylene found in plastic bags, can help scientists find a viable solution to the plastic waste problem
Eminent physicist Stephen Hawking dies at 76
Hawking theoretically proved that black holes were present as singularities in the cosmic space-time continuum
New technique can make flexible electronics self-repairing too
Researchers claim the new technique is novel as it does not require rare materials or the addition of any complex circuitry
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Sexism pushed Rosalind Franklin toward the scientific sidelines during her short life, but her work still shines on her 100th birthday
Franklin’s greatest and most enduring legacy is the many women who have been inspired by her example to pursue scientific carriers
New genealogy project allows astronomers to trace ‘ancestors’
The database provides information on more than 33,000 astronomers, their advisors and universities and the links to their dissertations