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Future intent | Would you let an automated car do the driving, find researchers

Future intent Would you let an automated car do the driving

Summary:Researchers have surveyed more than 2000 drivers across Australia, France and Sweden for two separate studies investigating what people think about travelling in automated cars. The first international study found French drivers were more likely to one day buy an automated car than drivers in Australia or Sweden. The second study surveyed local… Read More

Hypersonic research spotlights future flight challenges, 10X the speed of sound

Hypersonic research spotlights future flight challenges

Summary:Engineers are advancing what researchers know about hypersonic flight. A new study describes a series of tests that elucidate the conditions a future aircraft may experience traveling faster than 10 times the speed of sound.

Southwest Research Institute engineers are advancing what researchers know about hypersonic flight. A new study presented… Read More

Addicted to coffee at workplace | Understand do’s and don’ts

Majority of office dwellers find it absolutely impossible to get through their day without consuming caffeine though the form of intake may differ from person to person like black coffee, milk coffee, caffeinated beverages etc.

But why office goers love caffeine so much?

Late evening, still in office because you need to make a very important presentation … Read More

New study challenges our understanding of premature aging

New study challenges our understanding of premature aging

Summary:Disturbances in the function of mitochondrial DNA can accelerate the ageing process in ways that are different than previously thought, according to a new study. Offering a new perspective to ageing, the researchers suggest that accelerated ageing is the result of abnormal cell nucleotide levels and compromised nuclear DNA maintenance.

Disturbances… Read More

Believing in climate change doesn’t mean you are preparing for climate change says study

Believing in climate change doesn't mean you are preparing for climate change

Summary:Researchers found that although coastal homeowners may perceive a worsening of climate change-related hazards, these attitudes are largely unrelated to a homeowner’s expectations of actual home damage.

Believing in climate change has no effect on whether or not coastal homeowners are protecting their homes from climate change-related… Read More

Rice Irrigation | Reason for worsened landslides in deadliest earthquake of 2018

Rice irrigation worsened landslides in deadliest earthquake of 2018

Summary:Irrigation significantly exacerbated the earthquake-triggered landslides in Palu, on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, in 2018, according to an international study.

Irrigation significantly exacerbated the earthquake-triggered landslides in Palu, on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, in 2018, according to an international study led … Read More

Study of past California wildfire activity suggests that climate change will worsen future fires

Study on Climate Change-Indian Bureaucracy

Summary:A new study finds that climate has been the dominant controller of wildfire activity in the Sierra Nevada region of the past 1,400 years, suggesting that future climate change is poised to make fires worse.

In the wake of recent wildfires that have ravaged northern and central California, a new study finds that the severity of fire activity in the Sierra… Read More

Recreational fishing- Another casualty of climate change?

Another casualty of climate change Recreational fishing

Summary:Another casualty of climate change will likely be shoreline recreational fishing, according to new research. The study finds some regions of the U.S. may benefit from increasing temperatures, but those benefits will be more than offset by declines in fishing elsewhere.

Another casualty of climate change will likely be shoreline recreational … Read More

Some ICU admissions may be preventable, saving money & improving care says study

Some ICU admissions may be preventable, saving money and improving care

Summary:Many admissions to the intensive care unit may be preventable, potentially decreasing health care costs and improving care, according to new research.

Many admissions to the intensive care unit may be preventable, potentially decreasing health care costs and improving care, according to new research published online in the Annals of the AmericanRead More

University College finds China on track to meet its emissions goals for 2020

China is on track to meet its emissions goals for 2020

Summary:Polluting emissions from Chinese thermal power plants declined significantly between 2014 and 2017, according to new research. The study analyzed data from 2014, when China introduced the ambitious Ultra-Low Emissions (ULE) Standards Policy for renovating coal-fired power stations to limit air pollutant emissions, to 2017.

Polluting emissions… Read More

Study finds that High wealth inequality linked with greater support for populist leaders

High wealth inequality linked with greater support for populist leaders

Summary:People who live or think they live in a more economically unequal society may be more supportive of a strong, even autocratic leader, a large-scale international study shows.

People who live or think they live in a more economically unequal society may be more supportive of a strong, even autocratic leader, a large-scale international study shows.… Read More