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Multitasking Diminish Focus And Productivity, Research Shows

Multitasking Diminish Focus And Productivity, Research Shows

Today’s corporate snobs are always busy doing multiple things simultaneously, aka multitasking. But, are we really that productive by taking on multiple things at the same time? Research says, no. Human brain can divide resources easily and equally for two tasks, but it faces difficulty while doing more than two tasks at a time. That means, the more we delve into multitasking, the less productive we become. The human brain is incapable of performing numerous tasks without memory and productivity loss.

By On September 19, 2012 Respond
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Hopeless Baby Comprehends Life’s Realities Within Six Days

Hopeless Baby Comprehends Life’s Realities Within Six Days

We have been told, times and again, of the rapid technological development and the affects it has on our lives. With everything speeding up, thanks to the dual and quad culture, it seems that the newborn babies are also being influenced. This is manifest in a singular newborn infant who has been able to conclude that we, as a race, are hopeless, within the first six days of his life.

By On September 18, 2012 1 Response
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Laser Injection Wiil Be Of Less Pain Than Needles

Laser Injection Wiil Be Of Less Pain Than Needles

Recently, a group of South Korean scientists have developed a laser device that will create less pain while inserting an injection into his/her body. Scientists from Seoul National University in South Korea have developed a laser called “Erbium-doped Yttrium Aluminium Garnet”, in short Er:YAG.

By On September 17, 2012 1 Response
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Researchers Unearthed World’s First Color Film Footage

Researchers Unearthed World’s First Color Film Footage

Researchers of UK’s National Media Museum have claimed that they have found world’s first color moving pictures footage. According to the BBC, Edward Raymond Turner first made this footage as a test purpose in 1902, where he shot images of marching soldiers, birds and his children in the garden of their home in Hounslow. The film discovered by Michael Harvey, Curator of Cinematography at the National Media Museum from a tin. The film was stain in the tin for 110 years.

By On September 15, 2012 Respond
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Full Result Of Higgs Boson Experiments Have Been Published : Have You Read?

Full Result Of Higgs Boson Experiments Have Been Published : Have You Read?

On July 4, 2012, scientists/physicists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) announced that they have discovered Higgs Boson, the ‘God particle’. It’s being called ‘God Particle’ because the particle is believed to be the key to unifying the standard and quantum models of physics. After that, many experiments were done in August to be more sure. Recently, full result of Higgs Boson has been published officially.

By On September 13, 2012 Respond
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Study Says Organic Foods May Not Be That Healthier Than Conventional Foods

Study Says Organic Foods May Not Be That Healthier Than Conventional Foods

Many people think that organic food will help them to stay healthier. But a new finding may come as a surprise for them. Last week on September 4, a study conducted by researchers from Stanford University showed that eating organic food may not be any healthier for people than a non-organic option. Besides, organic food as well as meat reduces a consumer’s level of pesticide ingestion and exposure to antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

By On September 11, 2012 Respond
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Soft Lighting And Music Reduces Intake Of Calories, Study Finds

Soft Lighting And Music Reduces Intake Of Calories, Study Finds

When dining out, we often tend to look for a place which has a calm ambiance and is not noisy. Guess what? Eating at such a place can help you shed the few extra pounds you have been carrying. According to a new study, adding soft music and lighting to a restaurant causes the customers to eat less and enjoy their food more.

By On September 6, 2012 Respond
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Researchers Develop New Cheap Computer Memory Material Which Could Store Data Permanently

Researchers Develop New Cheap Computer Memory Material Which Could Store Data Permanently

Every year our computer is wasting huge amount of electricity to keep track of work which we have not saved in the hard disk yet. Report says that during operation of computer, Americans are spending 6 billion dollar a year on electricity to keep data in a computer’s memory. Early this week, new science report has been published which hinted that the amount could drop sharply. Recently a new type of material has been developed for computer memory that can permanently store memory data.

By On September 2, 2012 Respond
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South African Scientists Claim A Single Oral Dose Can Cure Malaria

South African Scientists Claim A Single Oral Dose Can Cure Malaria

Malaria is caused by a parasite called Plasmodium. If someone is affected by Malaria and no medical treatment is given to him/her within few days, then the affected person may face death. Huge amount of people from child to aged people die due to Malaria. Researches have been trying to find/discover such thing that will be able to tackle Malaria. Now researchers in South Africa claims that they have found a drug that can cure all strains of malaria with a single oral dose.

By On September 1, 2012 Respond
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Breakthrough Face Paint Protects Soldiers’ Skin From Bomb Blasts

Breakthrough Face Paint Protects Soldiers’ Skin From Bomb Blasts

For soldiers’ in a battlefield, one of the hardest things to protect, without restricting vision or breathing, is the face. Regular camouflage face paint, with its oil and wax base layers, makes things worse. So, scientists at the University of Southern Mississippi have developed a new version of face paint which can protect soldiers’ skin from explosions and heat of up to 1000 degrees Fahrenheit.

By On August 29, 2012 Respond
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Scientists Hack Into Human Brain To Obtain Personal Data With A $299 Device

Scientists Hack Into Human Brain To Obtain Personal Data With A $299 Device

Scientists have been working on ways through which the thoughts of a person can be accurately ‘read’ with the help of brain-computer interfaces. Until now, they have had little success. But now, scientists have successfully been able to read the subject’s thoughts and even retrieve important data simply with help of signals from his brain.

By On August 28, 2012 Respond
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Scientists Grow Cyborg Tissues With Nanoelectronics

Scientists Grow Cyborg Tissues With Nanoelectronics

One of the main problems scientists have often faced when studying the changes in human cells is that the electronics used to do so tend to damage the cells. For long, these scientists have sought to find a way of using electronics on a human cell which wouldn’t damage it. Now, a group of scientists at Harvard seem to have found just the solution.

By On August 28, 2012 Respond
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Researchers At Stanford Find Anternet, Ants Following Internet Traffic Protocols

Researchers At Stanford Find Anternet, Ants Following Internet Traffic Protocols

Many of us know a whole lot about internet but a biologist and a computer scientist at Stanford has been able to figure out what an ‘anternet’ is. Anternet essentially refers to the behaviour of the ants when they head out to gather food. A new research says that they behave exactly as internet traffic protocols.

By On August 26, 2012 1 Response
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Find Out How Fake Bus Stops Help Alzheimer’s Patients

Find Out How Fake Bus Stops Help Alzheimer’s Patients

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia among older people. Due to Alzheimer’s, people lose their cognitive abilities such as thinking, reasoning and memory. Alzheimer’s patients who live/stay in the care centers are often reported to wander off from the care centers to go home. To handle these situations, a German nursing home made a fake bus stop for Alzheimer’s patients. Now, the method is applied throughout Germany, as well as in other countries of Europe.

By On August 26, 2012 1 Response
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US Army Brings Rapid Prototyping Labs To Afghanistan

US Army Brings Rapid Prototyping Labs To Afghanistan

Different combat situations require different kinds of equipment. Earlier, US army usually sent feedback back to home where a rapid equipment force would then create the appropriate gear according to the needs of the soldiers. Now, the very prototyping lab has been brought to Afghanistan for on-spot prototyping.

By On August 26, 2012 Respond
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