As a student, it’s important to understand that research is a significant commitment for both the student and the teacher.
Healthy scepticism is celebrated even in the scientific world, so why not practise it?
"In Fool’s Paradise" is aptly named as it gives us a glimpse of post-independence Bangladesh, a young nation still struggling to find its identity amidst post-war blows.
The prestigious Kali O Kalam Torun Kabi O Lekhak Puroshkar 2022 was conferred on January 28 at an award ceremony at Bengal Shilpalay in Dhanmondi, Dhaka.
The solution to this problem lies in generating more opportunities for the employment of our graduates – at home and abroad.
According to research, these weak ties form a person’s social portfolio and may be doing them more good than they are recognised for. Those who interact with a variety of people every day feel generally happier and more satisfied with their lives than those with lower levels of social interactions. The in-depth research conducted by Harvard with 50,000 respondents spanning over eight countries yielded this conclusive and incredible result, upon analysing their web of social interactions.
According to studies, our memory optimises decision-making by only remembering key points or valuable information. Forgetting the unimportant details is basically making space or optimising the memory for what matters. Researchers from the University of Toronto stated that new memories could overwrite old memories. They said, “It is important for the brain to forget irrelevant details. People can instead focus and optimise their memory to help them make intelligent decisions in the real world.”
After studying 60,686 individuals who provided information on their napping habits four times between 2006 and 2019, the researchers have come to the conclusion that individuals who napped frequently have a 12 percent higher chance of developing high blood pressure and a 24 percent higher chance of having a stroke as opposed to people who never nap.
Alopecia or baldness is considered to be an incurable disease. However, researchers from Concert Pharmaceuticals, a U.S. based pharmaceutical company announced the discovery of an elixir to make the impossible happen.