• Jul : 20 : 2014 - Side Effect of Divorce: High Blood Pressure
  • Jul : 20 : 2014 - What is Yellow Fever?
  • Jul : 13 : 2014 - Periodic Table of Storytelling
  • Jul : 6 : 2014 - Who Invented Paper?
  • Jun : 22 : 2014 - Who invented the Test Tube?
  • Jun : 8 : 2014 - Who invented QR Code?
  • May : 25 : 2014 - What is QR Code?
  • May : 11 : 2014 - Who invented Bar Code?
  • Apr : 27 : 2014 - What is Japanese Encephalitis?
  • Apr : 13 : 2014 - The Health Risks of Wearing A Bra

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A research team at University of Arizona published a report that divorce is linked to high blood pressure, which eventually leads to heart attacks, strokes,   Read More ...

The term ‘yellow fever’ is basically used to denote a viral infection that is largely spread by mosquitoes. Here’s a look into its symptoms, causes   Read More ...

Research work may not be as fun as you think.  There are many times researchers just spend time on countless waiting.  If you are really   Read More ...

Paper, as we all know, is commonly used for various purposes including printing, wrapping and writing. These days, it is normal for paper to be   Read More ...

Before anything else, it is necessary for us to define what test tubes we are talking about. This is because there are different elements associated   Read More ...

In the 1960s when Japan entered its high economic growth period, supermarkets selling a wide range of commodities from foodstuff to clothing began to spring   Read More ...

The term QR Code stands for ‘Quick Response Code’. This code is basically a mobile phone readable bar code that has been in use in   Read More ...

To put it simply, the modern bar code was introduced in the year 1948 by Bernard Silver, a graduate level student at the Drexel Institute   Read More ...

The term Japanese encephalitis is used to denote a viral disease that is known to effect human beings and animals alike. The disease is basically   Read More ...

Recent research studies have shown that women might actually be putting their health at risk by wearing a bra. As shocking as this may sound,   Read More ...

A research team at University of Arizona published a report that divorce is linked to high blood pressure, which eventually leads to heart attacks, strokes, kidney damage and dementia.  Based on a survey with 138 people who recently separated, people with bad sleeping quality for up to 10 weeks after divorce more likely to suffer from high blood pressure.  It can be worse for those who already have high blood   Read More ...

The term ‘yellow fever’ is basically used to denote a viral infection that is largely spread by mosquitoes. Here’s a look into its symptoms, causes and treatment: The symptoms of yellow fever The one thing that needs to be mentioned here is that there are three stages of yellow fever. The stages have been categorized on the basis of intensity of symptoms. Discussed below are a few details regarding all   Read More ...

Research work may not be as fun as you think.  There are many times researchers just spend time on countless waiting.  If you are really bored, why not write a science fiction?  The Periodic Table of Storytelling is a nerdy way of teaching people with different storytelling structure.  It should be fun for science nerds.

Paper, as we all know, is commonly used for various purposes including printing, wrapping and writing. These days, it is normal for paper to be prepared using wood that is acquired from rapidly growing tress like: Pine Fir Spruce Now when it comes to the invention of paper, the one thing that we know is that the very first paper was produced in 3500 BC. It was the ancient Egyptians   Read More ...

Before anything else, it is necessary for us to define what test tubes we are talking about. This is because there are different elements associated with the term ‘test tube’. First of all, there are scientific or glass test tubes, whereas the same term is used to denote babies that are born through a procedure called in-vitro fertilization, or test tube babies. Here, the term test tube is being used   Read More ...

In the 1960s when Japan entered its high economic growth period, supermarkets selling a wide range of commodities from foodstuff to clothing began to spring up in many neighborhoods. Cash registers that were then used at checkout counters in these stores required the price to be keyed in manually. Because of this, many cashiers suffered from numbness in the wrist and carpal tunnel syndrome. “Cashiers desperately longed for some way   Read More ...

The term QR Code stands for ‘Quick Response Code’. This code is basically a mobile phone readable bar code that has been in use in Japan for a very long time now. With the passage of time, these started being used in Europe, and are now finding their way in the United States of America as well. What purpose does the QR code serve? To put it in extremely simple   Read More ...

To put it simply, the modern bar code was introduced in the year 1948 by Bernard Silver, a graduate level student at the Drexel Institute of Technology in Philadelphia. Now, the invention of something so ingenuous doesn’t come easy, does it? Well, there are certain situations that lead to the invention of the bar code. Let’s take a look at it: How the bar code was invented? Bernard Silver, who   Read More ...

The term Japanese encephalitis is used to denote a viral disease that is known to effect human beings and animals alike. The disease is basically transmitted through mosquitoes, and in terms of humans, it is known to trigger inflammation in the membranes surrounding the brain. This disease is most common in parts of the world where there are massive or substantial build-up of the mosquito population. It is for this   Read More ...

Recent research studies have shown that women might actually be putting their health at risk by wearing a bra. As shocking as this may sound, it is true. What sort of health risks are we talking about? Well, women who wear a bra have been found to be more prone to suffer from frequent breast pain, and even breast cancer in the long run. Research based evidence The one thing   Read More ...

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