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Application Security Management Startup Sqreen Gets US$ 14 million Funding

Application Security Management Startup Sqreen Gets US$ 14 million Funding

The Greylock Pattern partner Sarah Guo will be a part of the board of members of Sqreen. Sqreen, a startup developing self-protection solution has raised US$ 14 million for a Series A. Greylock Patterns were…

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Apple Funds Literacy Programs to Fight Fake News in US, Italy

Apple Funds Literacy Programs to Fight Fake News in US, Italy

The tech giant has joined hands with three non-profit media literacy organizations, to combat the issue of fake news  Apple has joined Facebook and Google, as major tech companies making an attempt at curbing the…

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2020 Olympics To Witness Japan Manufactured Robots

2020 Olympics To Witness Japan Manufactured Robots

Organizers of the 2020 Olympics Tokyo, unveiled two robots and an exo-skeleton to help attendants and workers at the international event. Organizers of the 2020 Olympics unveiled two robots and an exoskeleton powered by batteries…

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Novel Technology Shows Promising Results For Heart Muscle Regeneration

Novel Technology Shows Promising Results For Heart Muscle Regeneration

The team reproduced novel method using two stem cell lines generated decades apart by two different laboratories using different techniques. The study published in the journal Cell Reports in March 2019, reports that priming stem…

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New Insights for Understanding Organ Formation

New Insights for Understanding Organ Formation

A group of scientists revealed new theory that was inspired from the wings of fruit fly, which might help in diagnosing and treating human genetic disease. In a unique discovery, scientists found that the wings…

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Problems for Preserving Ancient Biomolecules Listed

Problems for Preserving Ancient Biomolecules Listed

Researchers from University of Oklahoma have listed down the main challenges of curating ancient biomolecules and working toward the development and dissemination of best practices. Ancient biomolecules are preserved in museums, which needs great care…

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Crop and Environmental Benefits of Gypsum

Crop and Environmental Benefits of Gypsum

Researchers from The Ohio State University found that gypsum as a soil amendment can remediate soils with high levels of sodium and magnesium Warren A Dick, an expert in soil science and Doctor of Philosophy…

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Satellites Help Scientists To Predict Natural Disasters More Accurately

Satellites Help Scientists To Predict Natural Disasters More Accurately

Satellite data coupled with new modeling is found to efficiently predict drought and wildfire risk Advanced scientific instruments in orbit around the planet are capable of tracking stocks of groundwater resources, which researchers are utilizing…

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Dog Foods Loaded with High Level of Bacteria

Dog Foods Loaded with High Level of Bacteria

A study conducted in Europe found that raw-meat dog food contained Enterobacteriaceae species, which might pose high risk to dog owners. The researchers studied the samples of dog food from various manufacturers across Europe. They…

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Wireless Implants Controls Neurons with Light

Wireless Implants Controls Neurons with Light

Researchers developed wireless and battery-free implant devices with advanced control over targeted neuron groups. Optogenetics is a biological technique that uses light to turn specific neuron groups in the brain on or off. Researchers from…

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