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Brain

All your life, you must be traveling to several places. But, what makes your brain remember only a few of them? Ever wondered? Scientists at Columbia University find that a certain type of cells in our brain decide which places are important. Thus, helping us remember the route only to these locations. As a result, the scientists feel that this breakthrough could also help them find answers to psychiatric disease

dna

A new study published in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research clearly states that heavy drinking triggers DNA change. Such long-lasting genetic change leads to increased craving for alcohol. Professor Dipak K. Sarkar at Rutgers University-New Brunswick said that heavy drinkers are rapidly changing their DNA. He also asserted that these genetic changes will leave the drinkers with more craving for alcohol. However, this new finding helps in understanding

technology

Robots are getting even more close to humans. For decades, science fiction has visualized robots to be self-aware that may soon be reality. Human capabilities to imagine themselves in diverse situations is unique. Their imagination allows them to imagine future situations such as taking a stroll on the beach on a sunny day. They can recall past experiences and reflect upon to learn for the future. Humans and animals, however,

Trade

European countries such as Britain, France, and Germany are executing the plans for setting up a special-payment company. Their projects in building such company intends toward securing some trade with Iran, while completely defying the threats from Washington. However, for a shorter period of time, this new company had struggled to achieve its initial goal. The primary goal was enabling Tehran to import essential drugs and food at reasonable prices.

Retail

The retail sector creates news every now and then. In a recent development, giant retailer Walmart pulls off retailing through Google Express. On the other hand, in the voice shopping space, Walmart focuses to develop its business-specific action for Google Assistant. In addition, the giant retailer also withdraws from Google’s Shopping Actions service launched in March 2018. Walmart and Target are founders and partners of the Shopping Action service. Walmart

drone

A rail bridge over a river is hitting the 100-year mark, and officials wish to inspect it and understand if it needs repair. What could possibly be the best way to inspect the infrastructure? We are most likely to hear “capturing images using drones”. But, what if the same drones could fly on their own, capture the entire structure, and reconstruct it into 3-D images. Scientists at Lulea University of

Trade

European countries such as Britain, France, and Germany are executing the plans for setting up a special-payment company. Their projects in building such company intends toward securing some trade with Iran, while completely defying the threats from Washington. However, for a shorter period of time, this new company had struggled to achieve its initial goal. The primary goal was enabling Tehran to import essential drugs and food at reasonable prices.

Retail

The retail sector creates news every now and then. In a recent development, giant retailer Walmart pulls off retailing through Google Express. On the other hand, in the voice shopping space, Walmart focuses to develop its business-specific action for Google Assistant. In addition, the giant retailer also withdraws from Google’s Shopping Actions service launched in March 2018. Walmart and Target are founders and partners of the Shopping Action service. Walmart

Cell

The human body is not capable of curing cancer on its own. What’s more shocking is that our bodies are becoming tolerant to several antibiotics. Therefore, struggling to fight even bacterial and viral infections. Researchers at Bigelow Laboratory of Ocean Sciences claim that mimicking oyster’s defense mechanism in humans could help fight cancer. Thus, the findings form basis for future of pharmaceutical industries and medical science. Understanding the Genome of

Office

A decade ago, organizations invested heavily to refurbish their office spaces. This included infrastructural upgrades and arranging amenities to add convenience to employees. Also, this aimed to improve office spaces and make them aesthetically attractive for clients and visitors. Nevertheless, this changed soon. Organizations sought hi-tech business spaces available on rent or on a co-working space model. The advantage was it saved organizations from hefty upfront investments. However, this changed