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Women Aren't Going To Just Let Bill Cosby Hold 'Town Halls' On Sexual Assault

If Bill Cosby really thinks he can launch a lecture tour on how to avoid getting charged with sexual assault ― without triggering the wrath of millions of women ―  he’s clearly eaten one too..
Huffington Post

Single electron's tiny leap sets off 'molecular sunscreen' response

Scientists have seen the first step of a process that protects a DNA building block called thymine from sun damage: When it's hit with ultraviolet light, a single electron jumps into a slightly higher..
Science Daily

Videos for ultraviolet

News video: New ‘Superglue’ Could Seal The Deal For Stretchable Batteries, Soft Robots

New ‘Superglue’ Could Seal The Deal For Stretchable Batteries, Soft Robots 00:49

Scientists have created a new kind of glue that can bond hard and soft substances to hydrogels, Jello-like materials used in everything from medical devices to soft robots. Previously, researchers in..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Tanning drug could prevent skin cancer

Tanning drug could prevent skin cancer 00:47

Scientists have developed a drug that can increase pigmentation in human skin without the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation.
Source: Reuters - Next Media -

 

Science may be able to provide sunless tans

(Reuters Health) - Sun worshippers might someday be able to get a tan without exposing their skin to the harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation that's responsible for skin cancers, a new study suggests.
Reuters India

Scientists develop molecular code for melanin-like materials

Scientists have long known melanin the pigments that give colour to skin, hair and eyes has numerous useful qualities, including providing protection from cancer-causing ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
DNA

SES-14 Integrates Nasa Ultraviolet Space Spectrograph

ses-14 integrates nasa ultraviolet space spectrograph
*Business Wire India*SES (Euronext Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG) announced the successful integration of NASA’s Global-Scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD) hosted payload with SES-14.   This..
Business Wire India

There are various plants that do not require much water and release freshness to keep your place cool. Planting more trees around you will help in blocking the direct penetration of ultraviolet harmful rays of the sun.

Harpreet Ahluwalia, principle designer at Earthly Creations emphasises on adopting a plant and shares how we can beat the heat this summer with cool and easy ideas:
DNA

How ants figured out farming

Sixty million years ago, in a rainforest in South America, ants figured out how to farm. Fungus, specifically. Today, some 250 species of ants build fungi gardens in climate-controlled chambers..
Deccan Herald

'How Tibetan people survive at high altitudes found'

The people of Tibet have survived on an extremely high and arid plateau for thousands of years, due to their amazing natural ability to withstand low levels of oxygen, extreme cold, exposure to..
DNA

WATCH: Here's how artificial photosynthesis can turn carbon dioxide into clean air

Scientists have found a way to trigger artificial photosynthesis, turning greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide into clean air and producing energy at the same time. "This work is a breakthrough,"..
DNA

Is your PC ruining your skin?

Most of us do a majority of our work on computer screens. Be it a PC, laptop or even a tablet, these devices have made our life much easier and one easily spends a couple of hours a day on them,..
DNA

World's blackest material now available in spray cans

The world's darkest material - capable of absorbing 99.96 per cent of ultraviolet, visible and infrared light - is now available in a spray-on form, which can make any 3D object look like a flat black..
DNA

Xiaomi launches sunglasses in China, priced around Rs 2,400; here’s all you need to know

Xiaomi doesn’t just restrict its expertise to smartphones, but also boasts an ecosystem of smart products that includes wearables, air purifier, and robotic vacuum cleaner among others. Now, the..
BGR India

Keeping your skin safe during Holi

Meghna Dutt, 20, a student at Delhi University, was harrowed after her skin erupted into massive blisters after playing Holi. "My friends had used grease and other chemical colours which led to eczema...
DNA

U.S. sunscreens may not meet European standards

(Reuters Health) - While most high-SPF sunscreens in the U.S. meet national standards for ultraviolet A (UVA) protection, about half don’t meet European standards, a recent study found.
Reuters India

First solar images from NOAA’s GOES-16 weather satellite are here!

The solar corona is so hot that it is best observed with X-ray and extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) cameras.
Zee News

It's dopamine in brain that helps in bonding

it's dopamine in brain that helps in bonding
* Representational picture* *New York:* In a first, researchers have found that neurotransmitter dopamine -- a chemical that acts in various brain systems to spark the motivation necessary to work..
Mid-Day

HexaTech and OSRAM Announce Strategic Relationship

hexatech and osram announce strategic relationship
*Business Wire India*HexaTech Inc. announced today the signing of two strategic agreements with OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH, of Regensburg, Germany. The agreements include a long term supply..
Business Wire India

Plea in HC to use black film on car windows on medical ground

A man, suffering from a rare genetic disorder caused by ultraviolet (UV) light, today moved the Delhi High Court for using solar control black films in his car despite the apex court's verdict banning..
DNA

Samsung plans mass production of 7nm chipsets early 2018 ahead of Galaxy S9 launch

In the current mobile chipset manufacturing scene, Samsung is not only mass producing its own Exynos chipsets based on 10mn fabrication process, but also mass producing the Snapdragon 835 SoCs for..
BGR India

NASA proposes 'Ice Home' design for future Mars explorers

The first explorers on Mars may build their homes using the ice beneath their feet to effectively protect them from the harsh martian environment and provide a safe place to call home, NASA scientists..
DNA


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