Articles by ​Rahul K R

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brain research Researchers have found that the neurons which control the alertness in animals haven't changed much during evolution. The research is a new breakthrough which suggests brains in humans and other animals have same neural patterns to control their alertness.
Nov 5, 2017
orangutan Researchers have identified a new species of orangutan, the reddish-haired ape in the Sumatra Island of Indonesia. With the new classification, the orangutans have 3 distinct species among them. The new species has been marked as the 7th member of the ape category.
Nov 3, 2017
Brain A recent research has proved that humans do not consume as much energy which could give them better brain power when compared to other animals. The study on energy intake by the human brain with the comparison to other animal species found that other animals too consume a good percentage of energy for their brain functions.
Nov 3, 2017
boeing NASA and Boeing have come together to form a new technology for safer aviation. The combined research has developed a technology which could help pilots to detect the surrounding regions even during adverse weather conditions and other critical circumstances. The technology will be tested from the last part of 2017.
Nov 2, 2017
Intellectual suits to monitor health for space voyage The 'intellectual suits' which could detect the health of its wearer was introduced at the 3rd International Conference of Nanoenergy and Nanosystems in Beijing. It would use wireless communication to communicate with smartphones, computers giving the description of the health status of its user.
Oct 27, 2017
Genes A NASA research on identical twins has found that human genes would undergo changes during space travels. Another research on plants would help to identify the changes that happen to them in the space. The research could help in future Mars settlement.
Oct 25, 2017
Mars The European Space Agencies Mars Express and NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) have found salt layers on the Martian surface which were formed by volcanic eruptions. This salts also known as the Centi Mansa deposits which could be used as fertilizers for Martian missions in future.
Oct 25, 2017