23andMe, the California-based company provides DNA analysis service and provides information about the genetic history of a person and a chance to learn about their DNA. Till date more than […]
Post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Music Research, McGill university. PhD (2015) in Psychoacoustics in the Digital Signal Processing laboratory, School of EEE, NTU Singapore. Other hobbies include music, running, and travelling.
Neuroscientists have investigated the origin of musical tastes for several decades. Scientists have pondered whether this preference has cultural origin or hardwired in the human brain. A recent study from […]
Hearing aids fail to help when the hearing loss is profound. In such cases, cochlear implantations are done to amplify sounds and improve the clarity of speech sounds. Cochlear implants […]
What would be the best way to deliver nutrition to the 7.1 billion odd people on this planet? Science would tell you that it is not the animals. Researchers at […]
With the advent of powerful computers, it is clear that the combination of human and computer intelligence is critical to solve some of the most pressing problems of the world, […]
Reactivity and selectivity of a catalyst have long been believed to be exclusive properties and inversely correlated. Professor M. Christina White and her research team at University of Illinois at […]
Are you a musician? Chances are high that your brain responds to music differently than a non-musician. Dr. Daniel Levetin, an eminent researcher in cognitive neuroscience, studied how the brain […]