Articles by Revathi Sivakumar
Scientists are excited that babies are able to process new and unexpected information through a unique learning process. How do they integrate novel data?
New research sheds light on the age of ice deposits in the Moon's south pole -- information that could help identify the sources of the deposits and help in planning future human exploration.
A 'mudball' meteorite that hit the earth in early 2019 could contain some crucial hints about life's origins
An interstellar comet is giving some exciting insights into rare material from another star system, according to a new study.
Scientists find evidence of a gigantic flare that happened 3.5 million years ago, but was powerful enough to be felt 200,000 light years away.
Researchers claimed in new study that that 'cerebellar deficit hypothesis' might not be the cause of dyslexia
Sometimes the hereditary material might split and fall apart, which leads to chromosomal errors that might lead to Down's, Turner or Kleinfelter syndrome.
Scientists find that using drugs such as aspirin can bring down the impact of air pollution on lungs.
Owning a dog automatically leads to 33% lower risk of early death for heart attack survivors living alone, as well as 27% reduced risk of early death for stroke survivors who live alone.
The holocene herbivores were wiped out due to isolation, climatic change and possible human intervention.
Curiosity's Rover stumbles upon a number of indications suggesting water overflow as well as drying up in the Martian craters.
The human brain is able to process spoken language through an elaborate and complicated set of procedures that shift locations in the brain.
Researchers found that in sleeping rats, slow oscillations in the brain helped to consolidate memory, while delta waves wiped it out.
Men have always thought to be more detached and more prone to autism than women, due to testosterone, but a new study shows claims differently.
Scientists lock horns on whether emerging technologies are more cost-effective and reliable than testing animals or not.
The oldest protocluster of galaxies, which might contain some clues of the Universe's formation 13.8 billion years ago, has been found by a global team.