Many of bacteria present in intestines have witnessed major evolution: Research

Many of bacteria present in intestines were with us even before we became humans

Many of the bacteria present in our intestines have already been there with us, even before the current human race evolved. The findings of a latest study have revealed that our gut bacteria have been there for minimal 15 million years, or since the time we were still pre-human apes.

Nearly 10 percent American adults suffer from chronic tinnitus: Study

Nearly 10 percent American adults suffer from chronic tinnitus: Study

A latest study suggests that nearly one in 10 adults in America suffers from a constant ringing or roaring in the ears or head, a problem known as chronic tinnitus.

The study, published on July 21 in the journal JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, found that the rates of tinnitus elevate in Americans who regularly get exposed to noisy environments, either at work or in free time.

Sky gazers can watch stunning shower of meteors

Sky gazers can watch stunning shower of meteors

Sky gazers can enjoy stunning celestial lights later this month as the Delta Aquarids will be creating an amazing meteor shower across the night sky.

The annual meteor shower of Delta Aquarids typically peaks around late July, but is already happening this season. The celestial event started on the night of July 12th but will be most visible around July 28th and 29th in the southern hemisphere. People living in the northern hemisphere will also be able to see it.

Remote-controlled microrobots could revolutionize medical operations

Remote-controlled microrobots may revolutionize medical operations

Researchers around the world have long been working on miniature robots or microbots for various purposes, including better treatment of various diseases. A team of researchers led by EPFL’s Selman Sakar joined forces with Hen-Wei Huang and Bradley Nelson at ETHZ to create such bio-inspired robots and adding them with advanced features.

Dreambit helps you know your appearance with new hairstyle before getting one

Dreambit helps you know your appearance in hairstyle before getting one

A computer vision researcher of University of Washington developed a new system called Dreambit that tells a person about how he would appear in different hairstyle or color without any physical transformation. The system also tells a person how he or she would appear at particular age, country or anything that can be put in an image search engine.

Craze for Pokémon Go Peaks: Apple reveals the App breaks Store Record

Craze for Pokémon Go: Apple reveals the App breaks Store Record

Craze for Pokémon Go has reached a new level. More and more people are downloading the app developed by Niantic. As per a new Apple report, the location-based mobile game has shattered previous App Store record. Although Pokémon Go is available in only a few countries around the globe, it was downloaded by more mobile users from App Store than any other application in the first week, the report revealed.

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