IIT Kharagpur develops AI system to read legal judgments
A team of researchers at the premier engineering institute’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering used a novel method to automate the reading of a legal document by using a more evolved Machine Learning technique.
Soon, waste plastic may power your car!
Light-absorbing material is added to the plastic before it is placed in an alkaline solution and then...
Tata Steel, Swansea University join hands for environment project
Tata Steel today said it has joined hands with Swansea University for a pro...
UK, Indian varsities to build 5 solar power stations in India
A consortium of 12 British and Indian universities, including Oxford and Cambridge, has received a 7-million-pound grant from the UK government to build five self-sufficient solar-powered buildings in remote Indian villages.
Trillion tonne iceberg breaks off Antarctica shelf
London, July 12 (IANS) An enormous iceberg has broken off from a key floating ice shelf in Antarctica, scientists have announced.
Tea leaf extract is the new answer to destroy lung cancer cells
Nanoparticles derived from tea leaves can destroy cancer cells by up to 80%.
Antarctic ice shelf rift gets second branch
London, May 3 (IANS) A big crack in an Antarctica ice shelf now has a second branch, researchers revealed after studying the latest satellite data.
Dream of being wealthy? It might not be good for long-term relationships
Being wealthy may cause people to prefer having flings or short term relationships.
Massive Antarctica iceberg at brink of breaking off
Larsen C Ice Shelf is about 350 metres thick and floats on the seas at the edge of West Antarctica, holding back the flow of glaciers that feed into it.
Internet addicts may experience increased heart rate and BP when they go offline
People who are over-dependent on digital devices feel anxious when they stop using them.
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