• Friday, March 06, 2015

  • edailystar banglalink
  • 2015/01/17/ad_1421494947.jpg
  • ROBI

Researchers

5G researchers achieve record speed

5G researchers achieve record speed

Record-breaking speeds have been achieved during tests of 5G data connections, scientists have said. Researchers at the University of Surrey's 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) managed one terabit per second (Tbps) - many thousands of times faster than current data connections. The head of the 5GIC said he hoped to demonstrate the technology to the public...

Ebola virus mutating, scientists say

Ebola virus mutating, scientists say

Scientists tracking the Ebola outbreak in Guinea say the virus has mutated. Researchers at the Institut Pasteur in France, which first identified the outbreak last March, are investigating whether it could have become more contagious. More than 22,000 people have been infected with Ebola and 8,795 have died in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. Scientists are...

Blood test to help smokers 'find best way to quit'

Blood test to help smokers 'find best way to quit'

A blood test could help people choose a stop-smoking strategy that would give them the best chance of quitting, research in the Lancet suggests. Studies show as many as 60 percent of people who try to give up start smoking again in the first week. But researchers argue measuring how quickly a person breaks down...

Robotic bug to explore alien planets

Robotic bug to explore alien planets

A robotic stick insect that can walk up stairs and negotiate stony ground has been created by scientists. Researchers at Bielefeld University, in Germany, built the robot after studying how the legs of stick insects move. To copy nature's design, the robotics experts gave their six robot legs a total of 18 joints that are...

Mind reading possible?

Mind reading possible?

It might seem the stuff of science fiction, but a mind-reading device is being developed by scientists which can evesdrop on your inner-voice. Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have developed a machine and computer programme which converts brain activity into sounds and words. Speech activates specific neurons as the brain works interpret...

Women appreciate art more than men

Women appreciate art more than men

The sexes have very different reactions when they look at art, researchers have found. They say that in fact, women appreciate art far more. Men on the other hand, focus more on the artist's background and authenticity. Researchers made 518 people look at two unfamiliar paintings with made-up biographies of the artist. Some participants read a...

Handshake could reveal true age

A handshake can tell a lot about a person. Researchers said Wednesday the strength of someone's grip may reveal how fast they're aging, their education level -- and even their future health. The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis researchers reviewed more than 50 published studies from around the world for their article in the journal PLOS ONE. They found that people with more education at age 69 tended to grip just as strongly as less educated people at age 65,...

Death Of Kushtia Kid

It was rotten watermelon

Researchers have found no chemical in watermelon, consumption of which was thought to have caused the death of a child and illness to 29 others in Kushtia last month. “We didn't find any chemical in the fruit, but there was entero-aggressive E coli in only two samples,” Prof Mahmudur Rahman, director of Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR), told newsmen at his office in the capital yesterday. He said bacterial contamination in rotten and odorous watermelons might have caused...

Govt to continue support for scientific endeavours

Govt to continue support for scientific endeavours

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday sought all-out cooperation of scientists, researchers and technologists of the country in building the nation as a dignified one in the world by utilising their power of innovation. Assuring all sorts of assistance and cooperation in this regard, she said that despite limited resources, her government would continue its...

Tell how intelligent a man is just by looking at him: Scientists

Tell how intelligent a man is just by looking at him: Scientists

Researchers have found we have an inbuilt ability to tell how intelligent a man is just by looking at them, reports the Daily Mail Online. Team baffled by results - and found they do not work on women Say prediction was not based on face shape - but a combination of facial features The team from...

ICC Cricket World Cup Beta Version Super Chef
2015/01/30/ad_1422559481.gif
concord

Ads by Google

  • edailystar

Ads by Google

Amor Ekushey 2015
wide angle
Promoting Knowledge