The first view of the Milky Way seen through neutrino particles

The first view of the Milky Way seen through neutrino particles

Data collected by an Antarctic observatory has produced our first view of the Milky Way galaxy through the lens of neutrino particles. This is the first time that our galaxy has been “colored” by a particle rather than different wavelengths of light. The result, published in Science, gives researchers a new window into space. Neutrinos … Read more

From Moushumi Chatterjee’s near divorce to Reena Roy’s love for Rajesh Khanna; 70s divas share unheard tales TKSS | Indian times

From Moushumi Chatterjee's near divorce to Reena Roy's love for Rajesh Khanna;  70s divas share unheard tales TKSS |  Indian times

ETimes.in | Last updated – July 3, 2023, at 13:12 IST From Moushumi Chatterjee’s near divorce to Reena Roy’s love for Rajesh Khanna; 70s divas TKSS shares unheard tales The latest episode of The Kapil Sharma Show was a tribute to the 70s era with Reena Roy and Moushumi Chatterjee. Kapil invited them on stage … Read more

YRKKH: Abhir refuses to stay with Abhimanyu; Akshara breaks down after losing her custody

YRKKH: Abhir refuses to stay with Abhimanyu;  Akshara breaks down after losing her custody

Tonight’s episode of Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai starts with Abhinav consoling Akshara, encouraging her to release her emotions and cry. He offers to get her some water and leaves. Kairav ​​and the others try to contact Akshara, becoming increasingly worried. Meanwhile, Akshara stumbles on a soccer ball and sees Abhimanyu inviting her to come … Read more

After diabetes and high blood pressure, obesity has raised alarm bells across India – Sentinelassam

The Sentinel Assam

NEW DELHI: As India continues to grapple with the rapid rise of two major lifestyle diseases — type 2 diabetes and hypertension — rising cases of obesity have raised alarm in the country. The rise in obesity comes at a time when millions of Indians are abandoning home-cooked traditional diets for fatty, cheesy and oily … Read more

This AI tool explains how AI “sees” images and why it can mistake an astronaut for a shovel

This AI tool explains how AI "sees" images and why it can mistake an astronaut for a shovel

https://openaccess.thecvf.com/content/CVPR2023/papers/Fel_CRAFT_Concept_Recursive_Activation_FacTorization_for_Explainability_CVPR_2023_paper.pdf It is widely acknowledged that artificial intelligence (AI) has made significant strides in recent years, resulting in significant breakthroughs and breakthroughs. However, it is not true that AI can achieve equally impressive results in all tasks. For example, while AI can outperform humans in certain visual tasks, such as face recognition, it can also … Read more

Top 10 Bets When Bulls Rule the Street, Benchmarks Reach Uncharted Territories

Top 10 Bets When Bulls Rule the Street, Benchmarks Reach Uncharted Territories

Bulls took full control of Dalal Street since later last week and pushed the benchmark indices into uncharted territory on June 30 as we have seen buying across sectors with strong gains from banking and financial services and technology stocks. The Nifty50 has seen a breakout of the uptrend resistance near the previous record highs … Read more

“Poor sense of smell may be linked to depression in the elderly”

"Poor sense of smell may be linked to depression in the elderly"

WASHINGTON: In a study that followed nearly 2,000 elderly people for eight years, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Medicine office say that. there is significant new evidence for an association between olfaction decline and the risk of developing late-life depression. Their findings, published in the Journal of Gerontology: Medical science does not prove that loss … Read more

New experiment reveals how ultrafast conversion of urea progresses – key to life’s origins found

Ludger Inhester, DESY

How did life begin on Earth? Specialists have long been fascinated by this question and have come up with various theories over the years. One hypothesis is that life originated in warm small ponds that are thought to have existed on Earth four billion years ago. The water in these ponds probably contained urea molecules; … Read more

Share price of HDFC Bank will continue to be in focus after the merger with HDFC

HDFC Bank shares closed 1.51% higher at  ₹1,701.75 apiece on BSE on Friday.  (REUTERS)

HDFC Bank shares closed up 1.51% at ₹1,701.75 apiece on the BSE on Friday. According to analysts at HDFC Bank, after the corporate action, share prices have witnessed a strong divergence and have crossed multi-month highs, the divergence remains positive with prices likely to rise to 1850 and 1670 as immediate support. Although the exchange … Read more

Research reveals how genetics interact with social forces and the environment

Research reveals how genetics interact with social forces and the environment

Humans are a diverse species. Every person on Earth has enough DNA to reach Pluto three times. Studying how all this genetic material works, and in particular how genes influence human behavior, is a very complex endeavor, aided by the introduction of large genetic data banks and powerful data science analytical tools to analyze this … Read more

Wheels in motion, initial CONCOR bids are likely to be invited by August 1

Wheels in motion, initial CONCOR bids are likely to be invited by August 1

The Ministry of Railways is now involved in the divestment of CONCOR and all previous issues have been resolved. Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) divestments have picked up in recent weeks and the government is expected to invite initial bids for the state-owned carrier by August 1, multiple sources told Moneycontrol. “CONCOR’s EOI (expressions of … Read more