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    5 Ways Technology Is Making Us Anxious

    Online desk | Monday, 21 May 2018 | read 255 times

    Will we look back on June 29, 2007, as one of those watershed dates? Only time will tell, but the day the first iPhone came out certainly changed our psyches forever. Studies, magazine articles, and cultural rumblings tell us that technology is making us more anxious. A new study in the journal Emotion of over 1 million American high school students found that teens who spend more time on screens and ...details

    Will we look back on June 29, 2007, as one of those watershed dates? Only time will tell, but the day the first iPhone came out certainly changed our psyches forever. Studies, magazine articles, and cultural rumblings tell us that technology is making us more anxious. A new study in the ...details

    Will we look back on June 29, 2007, as one of those watershed dates? Only time will tell, but the ...details

    Digital Security Act: Govt to hold talks with media

    online desk | Wednesday, 02 May 2018 | read 264 times

    The government will sit and take opinions from the concerned people of the media who raised objections regarding the proposed Digital Security Act- 2018, ICT Minister Mustafa Jabbar said today. “There is a scope for scrutinising the proposed act” the minister said adding that a discussion will be organised before finalising it. The minister said this at a programme initiated by the Commonwealth Journalists Association(CJA) Bangladesh. The programme was supported by Fojo Media ...details

    The government will sit and take opinions from the concerned people of the media who raised objections regarding the proposed Digital Security Act- 2018, ICT Minister Mustafa Jabbar said today. “There is a scope for scrutinising the proposed act” the minister said adding that a discussion will be organised before finalising ...details

    The government will sit and take opinions from the concerned people of the media who raised objections regarding the proposed ...details

    Launching of Bangabandhu-1 deferred again

    online desk | Wednesday, 25 April 2018 | read 288 times

    Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology (ICT) Minister Mustafa Jabbar on Wednesday said the launching schedule of Bangladesh first satellite Bangabandhu-1 is likely to be deferred again, UNB reports. The Minister came up with the information while talking to reporters after a roundtable discussion title ‘Bangabandhu Satellite: Possibility in Space’. “The authorities concerned of US company SpaceX has fixed the possible date on May 7 for launching,” said the minister. The ...details

    Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology (ICT) Minister Mustafa Jabbar on Wednesday said the launching schedule of Bangladesh first satellite Bangabandhu-1 is likely to be deferred again, UNB reports. The Minister came up with the information while talking to reporters after a roundtable discussion title ‘Bangabandhu Satellite: Possibility in Space’. “The ...details

    Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology (ICT) Minister Mustafa Jabbar on Wednesday said the launching schedule of Bangladesh first satellite Bangabandhu-1 ...details

    Biodegradable shoes made from mushrooms, chicken feathers

    online desk | Tuesday, 17 April 2018 | read 251 times

    Scientists have created biodegradable shoes using mushrooms, chicken feathers and textile waste, paving the way for more sustainable fashion. The researchers from University of Delaware (UD) in the US created a bio-composite material – sourced sustainably from common regional products – that forms the sole of their prototype shoe. “The fashion industry produces a lot of waste, so sustainability is an issue everyone is trying to address,” said Jillian Silverman, ...details

    Scientists have created biodegradable shoes using mushrooms, chicken feathers and textile waste, paving the way for more sustainable fashion. The researchers from University of Delaware (UD) in the US created a bio-composite material – sourced sustainably from common regional products – that forms the sole of their prototype shoe. “The ...details

    Scientists have created biodegradable shoes using mushrooms, chicken feathers and textile waste, paving the way for more sustainable fashion. The ...details

    Would be father Should dite for healthy child

    online desk | Sunday, 15 April 2018 | read 256 times

    A study by American scientists has said that the father still must be aware of food to give birth to a healthy baby. For so long doctors were focusing on eating habits of healthy mothers only. But scientists now say that men will have to eat healthy food for a healthy child. Because here the father's role is equally important. They say, parents who have a healthy child need to diet. They ...details

    A study by American scientists has said that the father still must be aware of food to give birth to a healthy baby. For so long doctors were focusing on eating habits of healthy mothers only. But scientists now say that men will have to eat healthy food for a healthy ...details

    A study by American scientists has said that the father still must be aware of food to give birth to ...details

    Device that gives you cat-like ‘hearing’ abilities being developed

    online desk | Monday, 02 April 2018 | read 210 times

    Researchers are developing atomically thin “drumheads”, which are tens of trillions of times thinner than the human eardrum, and will provide cat-like hearing abilities to humans. According to the results of the ongoing research published in the journal Science Advances, these “drumheads” would be able to receive and transmit signals across a radio frequency range far greater than what we can hear with the human ear. Researchers at Case Western Reserve University ...details

    Researchers are developing atomically thin “drumheads”, which are tens of trillions of times thinner than the human eardrum, and will provide cat-like hearing abilities to humans. According to the results of the ongoing research published in the journal Science Advances, these “drumheads” would be able to receive and transmit signals across ...details

    Researchers are developing atomically thin “drumheads”, which are tens of trillions of times thinner than the human eardrum, and will ...details

    Sensors help smartphones keep eye on solo seniors

    online desk | Thursday, 01 March 2018 | read 333 times

    Looking after an elderly relative who lives alone can be a huge source of worry. But what if your smartphone could automatically alert you if your mother has stayed in bed all morning or suffered a fall? Small sensors that monitor home activity and can send alerts to smartphones are marking it easier to keep an eye on seniors from a distance, helping them to live independently for longer instead of going ...details

    Looking after an elderly relative who lives alone can be a huge source of worry. But what if your smartphone could automatically alert you if your mother has stayed in bed all morning or suffered a fall? Small sensors that monitor home activity and can send alerts to smartphones are marking it ...details

    Looking after an elderly relative who lives alone can be a huge source of worry. But what if your smartphone could ...details

    New tech to help bone marrow transplant patients

    online desk | Wednesday, 28 February 2018 | read 212 times

    Seems like, a new technology can help bone marrow patients. The new Children’s National Health System-study co-led by Dr. Williams suggested that a new imaging agent can safely show engraftment as early as days after transplant–giving a helpful and hopeful preview to patients and their doctors. For patients with certain forms of leukemia, the only chance they have for a cure is to receive a massive dose of radiation and chemotherapy that ...details

    Seems like, a new technology can help bone marrow patients. The new Children’s National Health System-study co-led by Dr. Williams suggested that a new imaging agent can safely show engraftment as early as days after transplant–giving a helpful and hopeful preview to patients and their doctors. For patients with certain forms of ...details

    Seems like, a new technology can help bone marrow patients. The new Children’s National Health System-study co-led by Dr. Williams suggested ...details

    Gionee India extends smartphone offer campaign

    online desk | Monday, 19 February 2018 | read 213 times

    In a first hint that the company was not scaling down its operations in the country, Gionee India on Monday announced to extend its “Smile Squad” campaign till February 28 where people can buy its smartphones at attractive discounts. The campaign, commenced on December 10 till January 31, also offers customers, existing and new, a chance to win prizes such as couple trips to Thailand and motorbikes. “In the light of the ...details

    In a first hint that the company was not scaling down its operations in the country, Gionee India on Monday announced to extend its “Smile Squad” campaign till February 28 where people can buy its smartphones at attractive discounts. The campaign, commenced on December 10 till January 31, also offers customers, ...details

    In a first hint that the company was not scaling down its operations in the country, Gionee India on Monday ...details

    Scientists discover new antibiotic family in soil

    online desk | Thursday, 15 February 2018 | read 209 times

    Raising hopes of a potent new weapon in the fight against rising antibiotic resistance, scientists have discovered in soil samples a new family of antibiotics that could eventually be used to combat hard-to-treat infections. The researchers from Rockefeller University in New York used a gene sequencing technique to analyse more than 1,000 soil samples, the BBC reported on Tuesday. Tests showed the compounds, called malacidins, annihilate several bacterial diseases that have become ...details

    Raising hopes of a potent new weapon in the fight against rising antibiotic resistance, scientists have discovered in soil samples a new family of antibiotics that could eventually be used to combat hard-to-treat infections. The researchers from Rockefeller University in New York used a gene sequencing technique to analyse more than ...details

    Raising hopes of a potent new weapon in the fight against rising antibiotic resistance, scientists have discovered in soil samples ...details

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