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New computer system shows hope for speech disorder children

New York, Sep 26 Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a computer system that can automatically screen young children for speech and language disorders and potentially even provide specific diagnoses.

New sensor detects low levels of female hormone

Wellington Nov 30 A team of researchers has developed a new sensor that can detect low levels of female hormone estrogen in liquids.

How ageing rewires our brain

Toronto Feb 14 Pointing to a potentially new direction for age-related cognitive care scientists have found more evidence that ageing brains work differently than younger brains when performing the same memory task.

Dodos probably wered smart not stupid as commonly thought

New York Feb 24 Dodo an extinct bird whose name has entered popular culture as a symbol of stupidity was actually fairly smart new research suggests.

Corals species bred in laboratory reproduce in the wild

New York Feb 1 Scientists have been successful in aiding a sustainable restoration of Caribbean reefs with the rearing of a threatened Caribbean coral species to its reproductive age.

Compassion leads to more help less punishment

New York Dec 20 Compassion shapes our behaviour towards a person wronged and a wrongdoer and may lead us to help the wronged than to punish the wrongdoer researchers have found.

UAE-Britain space agencies sign agreement

Abu Dhabi Feb 26 (IANSWAM) The UAE Space Agency has signed a significant memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the UK Space Agency aiming to facilitate collaboration between the two countries in the short and long terms.

Menopause may turn good cholesterol into bad

New York Oct 10 What has previously been known as good cholesterol - high density lipoprotein (HDL) - may actually contribute to heart diseases in women while they are transitioning through menopause new research has found.

Scientists propose new theory about how life came on Earth

New York Feb 4 Shedding new light on how life began on Earth scientists including an Indian-origin researcher have proposed a new set of cosmic chemical reactions that could have contributed to the formation of life on our planet.

Arianespace to soon decide on launching Indian GSAT-15

Chennai Nov 3 European space agency Arianespace will have its Launch Readiness Review (LRR) this Friday for the November 10 flight of Ariane 5 rocket with Indian communication satellite GSAT-15 the agency said.

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