Articles by Suraj Radhakrishnan
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2017 NOAA Climate Round-Up

NOAA data shows that 2017 was the third warmest year after 2016 and 2015 compared to 20th century climate averages.

US Influenza Outbreak: Could Repeated Vaccinations Be The Answer?

A study has found that repeated influenza vaccinations in older adults dramatically reduces severity of the flu cases, viral infections and number of hospital visits. This information could prove pivotal as U.S. sees a surge in number of influenza cases and deaths.
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Scientists Debunk 'The CSI Effect'

The popular TV show series, CSI, was long-believed to make criminals smarter by teaching them forensic methods. But, scientists have debunked this claim in a study.
A car drives along the territory of a solar energy power station near the Okhotnikovo village in the Crimea's Saksky district

Green Roofs Boost Solar Energy Output

A team from the University of Kansas found that green roofs (vegetative roofing) gives better solar energy output compared to standard white roofing.
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Nice Bonobos Finish Last

A study has shown that bonobos, one of our closest animal relatives, prefer bullies to nice guys.

DHS Confirms Data Breach

An internal breach of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in May has left personal identifiable information of approximately 240,000 employees at risk.

Muscles For Future Nano-Robots

Researchers from Cornell University have made a tiny 'muscle' using bimorphs that could revolutionize future nano-robotics.


An Iranian woman walks past a mural painted on the outer walls of the former US embassy in Tehran on September 20, 2020

What US Sanctions Mean For Iran

“Our actions today are a warning that should be heard worldwide. No matter who you are, if you violate the U.N. arms embargo on Iran, you risk sanctions” -- U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo