Wednesday, 8 December , 2021
  • The most common beauty practices in the world 08 Nov 2021

    The most common beauty practices in the world

    Many years ago, cosmetic surgeries it was for famous and rich people but nowadays many people around the world want to have this kind of surgery. These days with the advancement of medical science and the arrival of equipped devices, the number of these cosmetic surgeries is increasing day by day.

Scientists Find Metal Buried Beneath Moon’s South Pole 13 Jun 2019

Scientists Find Metal Buried Beneath Moon’s South Pole

Scientists say there's something unusual and metallic buried beneath the moon's south pole.

New Way Discovered for Protecting against High-Dose Radiation Damage 31 May 2019

New Way Discovered for Protecting against High-Dose Radiation Damage

A new discovery might be useful to protect healthy intestinal cells from radiation damage from Radiotherapy.

New Genes Found Responsible for Regulating Muscle Cells 23 May 2019

New Genes Found Responsible for Regulating Muscle Cells

A unique set of genes has been uncovered by York University scientists responsible for playing a role in muscle cellular gene expression and differentiation which could lead to new therapeutic targets to prevent the spread of muscle cancer.

Researchers Examine How Brain Generates, Loses Consciousness 02 May 2019

Researchers Examine How Brain Generates, Loses Consciousness

Researchers used cellular resolution in vivo two-photon calcium imaging in mice to investigate changes in the local repertoire of neuronal micro states during anesthesia.

Low Levels of Bad Cholesterol Increase Stroke Risk 16 Apr 2019

Low Levels of Bad Cholesterol Increase Stroke Risk

A study warned that women with low levels of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, sometimes called "bad cholesterol," may face an increased risk of bleeding stroke.

Researchers develop security marking tech. by reversible photopatterning 13 Apr 2019

Researchers develop security marking tech. by reversible photopatterning

A research group at Tabriz University have developed the technology of security marking by reversible photopatterning.

Why Catholic mom implores girls to ditch leggings? 09 Apr 2019

Why Catholic mom implores girls to ditch leggings?

In a letter published in the University of Notre Dame’s student newspaper “The Observer” on March 25 a catholic mom, Maryann White, begged female students to stop wearing leggings which sparked inevitable backlash, but why the concept of modest dressing is lost on so many in recent decades?

Parl. to ramp up budget for supporting theater 08 Apr 2019

Parl. to ramp up budget for supporting theater

A member of Parliament’s Cultural Committee said Sun. that the committee has plans for a more serious finanncial and spirtual support to the country’s rather neglected theater scene.

Zarif Highlights Outcomes of Iranian President’s Iraq Visit 14 Mar 2019

Zarif Highlights Outcomes of Iranian President’s Iraq Visit

The foreign minister of Iran posted a message on the achievements of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s visit to Iraq, including his meeting with senior Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani.

Iran’s Zohreh Haratian Wins AFC Young Medical Officer Award 07 Mar 2019

Iran’s Zohreh Haratian Wins AFC Young Medical Officer Award

Zohreh Haratian from Iran won the AFC Young Medical Officer Award for making commendable contributions to the game through research and development.