Golden Hour' study details earliest changes to the immune system after trauma

London July 20:    Scientists from the University of Birmingham are carrying out pioneering research as part of a major £10 million study aimed at improving outcomes for patients who have suffered a traumatic injury.

The four-year unique ‘Golden Hour’ study, launched in 2014, aims to improve the understanding of…

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Early life on Earth began on land not sea: Scientists

Washington, July 21: A paradigm-shifting hypothesis has pushed back the time for the emergence of microbial life on Earth by 580 million years, suggesting that life began not in the sea but on land.

The new model is based on stromatolites — round, multi-layered mineral structures that range from…

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Fossil site shows impact of Jurassic's low oxygen oceans

Washington, July 17:  Scientists have tracked how a period of globally low ocean-oxygen turned an Early Jurassic marine ecosystem into a stressed community inhabited by only a few species, a new study revealed.
The study by the University of Texas – Austin is led by Rowan Martindale, an assistant professor…

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Indian astronomers discover massive 'Saraswati' galaxy supercluster

Pune, July 15:  A team of Indian astronomers have identified a previously unknown, extremely large supercluster of galaxies located in the direction of the constellation Pisces. They have named it “Saraswati” after the Hindu goddess of knowledge.

“Saraswati” is one of the largest known structures in the nearby universe, and…

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All-in-one 'Microsoft 365' launched for businesses, enterprises

Washington, July 11 :  Microsoft has launched an all-in-one software product called ‘Microsoft 365’ — a new set that brings together Office 365, Windows 10, enterprise mobility and security for businesses.
The company introduced two ‘Microsoft 365’ offerings — ‘Microsoft 365 Enterprise’ and ‘Microsoft 365 Business’.
Designed for large organisations, ‘Microsoft…

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