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Skin fasting is a trending skincare concept that has gained popularity among beauty enthusiasts and social media influencers. It involves taking a break from the multitude of skincare products we use regularly to give our skin a chance to reset and restore its natural balance. Here's what you need to know about this skincare trend:

Science of Your Unique Scent: Unravelling the Secrets

From the comforting scent of a loved one to the invigorating aroma of freshly cut grass, our lives are immersed in a world of fragrances. But did you know that you not only encounter scents but also produce a distinctive one of your own? Your unique scent is a complex blend influenced by genetics and various factors. Researchers have explored the fascinating world of body door, uncovering its potential for identification, health insights, and forensic applications.
As the world races towards achieving universal basic education by 2030, a glaring deficit of 69 million teachers looms large on the horizon, reveals new data from UNESCO. Sub-Saharan Africa bears the heaviest burden, facing an urgent need for an additional 24.4 million primary education teachers and a staggering 44.4 million for secondary education. Within this region, overcrowded classrooms and overburdened teachers are all too common, with a staggering 90% of secondary schools grappling with severe teaching shortages.

Science, the Most preferred Stream in Southern States

A new study finds major difference in region wise choice of academic streams in India with students in Southern states preferring science stream on top of all. The study by Government of India shows that students enrolled in Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka education boards are more likely to choose the Science stream in their Class XI-XII.
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Trust in Science, Genetics Increased During Pandemic

Has the trust in trust in science, particularly genetics, increased significantly during the pandemic? Well, research by a group from various universities...
Who is Arati Prabhakar, the Indian-American To be New Science Adviser Of US Prez

Who is Arati Prabhakar, the Indian-American To be New Science Adviser Of US Prez

US President Joe Biden has nominated Arati Prabhakar, an applied physicist, to be his science adviser and head of the White House...
Female Researchers Move Less to Other Countries

Ukraine War; What Science Collaborations Are Withdrawn?

With the world coming up against Russia and many countries imposing sanctions, what scientific collaborations between Russia and other countries are cut by the...
eDNA, a Science For The Ocean

eDNA, a Science For The Ocean

Aimed at protecting and preserving Marine World Heritages, the United Nations has embarked on a mission “environmental DNA” (e-DNA) with the participation of the local...

Raju Narayana Swamy ‘s collection of science notes for competitive exams

Dr Raju Narayana Swamy IAS, a role model for young civil service aspirants, has published a fine collection of science notes for reference and...
India’s Science Growth Lacks Trained Scientists

India’s Science Growth Lacks Trained Scientists

Despite India having several policies and programmes for encouraging innovation culture and absorbing major encouraging technologies, persistent shortage of well-trained scientists and engineers stand...
Female Researchers Move Less to Other Countries

More Spending Needed in Science for Sustainable Future  

The spending on science has gone up across the world in recent times but there is still a long way to go before it...

Covid 19 pandemic highlights importance of Open Science

Covid 19 has taught the world a lot and one such thing is cooperation in the field of scientific research. Already a movement focussing...