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Lolamicin: The Selective antibiotic against Gram-negative infections that spares gut microbiome  

Current antibiotics used in clinical practice, in addition to neutralising target pathogens also harm healthy bacteria in the gut. The disturbance in gut microbiome has...

Fork Fern Tmesipteris Oblanceolata has The Largest Genome on Earth  

Tmesipteris oblanceolata , a type of fork fern native to New Caledonia in the southwest Pacific has been found to have the genome size of...

Crows Can Form Numerical Concept and Plan Their Vocalizations 

Carrion crows can apply their learning ability and vocal control in combination to form an abstract numerical concept and use it for vocalizations.   Basic...

German Cockroach Originated in India or Myanmar  

The German cockroach (Blattella germanica) is world’s most common cockroach pest found in human households worldwide. These insects have an affinity for human dwellings...

The Ahramat Branch: The Extinct Branch of The Nile That Ran By The Pyramids 

Why largest Pyramids in Egypt are clustered along a narrow strip in the desert? What means were used by the ancient Egyptians to transport...

Several Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) from The Sun Observed  

At least seven coronal mass ejections (CMEs) from the sun have been observed. Its impact arrived on Earth on 10 May 2024 and will...

A Mouse can Sense the World Using Regenerated Neurons from Another Species  

Interspecies Blastocyst Complementation (IBC) (i.e., complementation by microinjecting stem cells of other species into blastocyst-stage embryos) successfully generated rat forebrain tissue in mice which...

Airborne Transmission redefined by WHO  

Spread of pathogens through the air has been described variously by different stakeholders for long. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the terms ‘airborne’, ‘airborne transmission’...

Voyager 1 resumes sending signal to Earth  

Voyager 1, the most distant man-made object in history, has resumed sending signal to the Earth after a gap of five months. On 14...

Virulent Strain of Monkeypox (MPXV) Spread Through Sexual Contact  

An investigation of the rapid monkeypox (MPXV) outbreak that emerged in October 2023 in the Kamituga region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo...

Remembering Professor Peter Higgs of Higgs boson fame 

British theoretical physicist Professor Peter Higgs, renowned for predicting mass-giving Higgs’s field in 1964 passed away on 8 April 2024 following a short illness....

Total Solar Eclipse in North America 

Total solar eclipse will be observed in North America continent on Monday 8th April 2024. Beginning Mexico, it will move across the United States...

Antibiotic Zevtera (Ceftobiprole medocaril)  approved by FDA for treatment of CABP, ABSSSI and SAB 

The broad-spectrum fifth-generation cephalosporin antibiotic, Zevtera (Ceftobiprole medocaril sodium Inj.) has been approved by FDA1 for the treatment of three diseases viz.   Staphylococcus aureus bloodstream infections...

Earthquake in Hualien County of Taiwan  

Hualien County area of Taiwan has been stuck with a powerful earthquake of magnitude (ML) 7.2 on 03 April 2024 at 07:58:09 hours local time....

SARAH: WHO’s first generative AI-based Tool for Health Promotion  

In order to harness generative AI for public health, WHO has launched SARAH (Smart AI Resource Assistant for Health), a digital health promoter to...

CoViNet: A New Network of Global Laboratories for Coronaviruses 

A new global network of laboratories for coronaviruses, CoViNet, has been launched by WHO. The aim behind this initiative is to bring together surveillance...

Conference on Science Communication held in Brussels 

A High-Level Conference on Science Communication 'Unlocking the Power of Science Communication in Research and Policy Making', was held in Brussels on 12 and...

A new image of “FS Tau star system” 

A new image of the “FS Tau star system” taken by the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) has been released on 25 March 2024. In the...

COVID-19: Severe lung infection affects heart through “cardiac macrophage shift” 

It is known that COVID-19 increases the risk of heart attack, stroke, and Long COVID but what was not known is whether the damage...

Planetary Defence: DART Impact Changed both Orbit and Shape of asteroid 

In the last 500 million years, there have been at least five episodes of mass extinctions of life-forms on the Earth when more than...

The upper part of the statue of Ramesses II uncovered 

A team of researchers led by Basem Gehad of Supreme Council of Antiquities of Egypt and Yvona Trnka-Amrhein of University of Colorado has uncovered...

Rezdiffra (resmetirom): FDA Approves First Treatment for Liver Scarring Due to Fatty Liver Disease 

Rezdiffra (resmetirom) has been approved by the FDA of the USA for the treatment of adults with noncirrhotic non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) with moderate to...

New Most Detailed Images of the Star-forming Region NGC 604 

James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has taken near-infrared and mid-infrared images of the star-forming region NGC 604, located nearby in the neighbourhood of home...

A New ICD-11 Diagnostic Manual for Mental Disorders  

World Health Organization (WHO) has published a new, comprehensive diagnostic manual for mental, behavioural, and neurodevelopmental disorders. This will help qualified mental health and...

Psittacosis in Europe: An Unusual Increase in Cases of Chlamydophila psittaci 

In February 2024, five countries in the WHO European region (Austria, Denmark, Germany, Sweden and The Netherlands) reported an unusual increase in psittacosis cases...
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Lolamicin: The Selective antibiotic against Gram-negative infections that spares gut microbiome  

Current antibiotics used in clinical practice, in addition to...

Fork Fern Tmesipteris Oblanceolata has The Largest Genome on Earth  

Tmesipteris oblanceolata , a type of fork fern native to...

Crows Can Form Numerical Concept and Plan Their Vocalizations 

Carrion crows can apply their learning ability and vocal...

German Cockroach Originated in India or Myanmar  

The German cockroach (Blattella germanica) is world’s most common...

The Ahramat Branch: The Extinct Branch of The Nile That Ran By The Pyramids 

Why largest Pyramids in Egypt are clustered along a...

Several Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) from The Sun Observed  

At least seven coronal mass ejections (CMEs) from the...

A Mouse can Sense the World Using Regenerated Neurons from Another Species  

Interspecies Blastocyst Complementation (IBC) (i.e., complementation by microinjecting stem...

Airborne Transmission redefined by WHO  

Spread of pathogens through the air has been described...

Voyager 1 resumes sending signal to Earth  

Voyager 1, the most distant man-made object in history,...