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Emotions do affect brains creative network

New York Jan 5 Emotional expression affects the brains creativity network says a new brain-scanning study of jazz pianists adding that happy and sad music evoked different neural patterns in their brains.

Oxytocin level in seals key to understanding maternal behaviour in humans

London March 6 The level of oxytocin hormone is responsible for mother-pup bonding in seals reveals a study that holds the key to understanding the differences in maternal behaviour in humans.

Dreams could be key to memory formation

Toronto May 16 For decades scientists have fiercely debated whether rapid eye movement sleep -- the phase where dreams appear -- is directly involved in memory formation. Now a study provides evidence that this is indeed the case.

India, Russia deal on Kudankulam n-plant units 5, 6 likely by year end

Moscow, Nov 30 The general framework agreement for the third stage (units 5 and 6) of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) in Tamil Nadu is expected to be signed by the end of December, its Russian makers said here.

Unsafe storage of e-cigarettes could be deadly for kids

New York Aug 26 If you are using e-cigarettes make sure to keep the liquid mixture of nicotine and other compounds away from the reach of children new research suggests.

India US sign agreement to set up LIGO project

Washington March 31 India and the US signed an agreement on Thursday for a new Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) project in India during the course of Prime Minister Narendra Modis visit here.

Two key proteins that control heart growth identified

London Jan 23 Researchers have identified how two proteins control the growth of the heart and its adaptation to high blood pressure that can help design new strategies to treat heart failure caused by excessive growth of the heart.

‘Superbug’ gene detected in second US patient

Washington, July 12 Bacteria carrying the MCR-1 superbug gene was found in a second US patient, researchers said on Monday.

Students involved in building satellite Sathyabamasat call on Modi

New Delhi, July 19 A team of students involved in the building of satellite Sathyabamasat called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday, an official here said.

Cancer rates rising in lower-income countries Study

New York Dec 14 While incidence and mortality rates from several common types of cancer in many high-income countries have gone down many low-and middle-income countries have seen cancer rates rise partially due to increases in risk factors that are typical of Western countries says a study.

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