Author name: manoj meena

हेलो दोस्तों मेरा नाम मनोज मीना है मैं बीए फाइनल ईयर का छात्र हूं मुझे बायोग्राफी लिखना काफी पसंद है क्योंकि हिंदी में ज्यादातर जानकारी किसी के बारे में भी उपलब्ध नहीं होती इसीलिए मैं ज्यादातर जानकारी इकट्ठी कर कर पॉपुलर पर्सन के बारे में बायोग्राफी लिखता हूं आप मुझे इंस्टाग्राम और फेसबुक पर फॉलो भी कर सकते हैं


Swallowable sensor unfurls in stomach to monitor gut health

This sensor could travel into the stomach to help diagnose gastrointestinal conditions Prostock-studio/Shutterstock A swallowable sensor can unfurl in the stomach, non-invasively recording nervous system signals to decipher a person’s digestion and gut health. The pill-size capsule contains a long, skinny sensor that expands to align with the stomach’s inside wall. In an experiment with


How To Choose A Domain Name in 2024 – Forbes Advisor INDIA

In this ever-evolving digital era, a domain name is as essential as your business name. If we look at global stats, the number of internet users is increasing daily. Keeping this in focus, the businesses targeted this digital population and started selling bathing soaps to drones on the internet.  This strategy worked very well for


Indoor climbing wall users may be breathing in toxic rubber dust

Indoor climbing walls may have high levels of rubber particles in the air fotodelux/Getty Images Climbers and workers at indoor climbing walls may be breathing in large doses of potentially toxic rubber additives, according to a study reporting that the air and dust in climbing centres contain high levels of rubber particles from the soles


Seven surprising things you may not know about roots

Roots of the walking palm Wagner Campelo / Alamy The following is an extract from our nature newsletter Wild Wild Life. Sign up to receive it for free in your inbox every month. I’ve been thinking a lot about roots lately. In the seven years I spent studying and researching plants at university, there was always something


Red squirrels were hosts for leprosy in medieval England

Red squirrels can carry bacteria that cause leprosy Karin Greevy/Shutterstock The DNA of leprosy-causing bacteria has been found in the remains of people and a red squirrel unearthed at medieval sites in the UK. This makes red squirrels the earliest known non-human hosts of the infection and suggests it may have spread between the rodents

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