The Indian Express
Studies on Lonar crater show that a long dry spell may have led to the collapse of several societies, including Indus Valley.
Nucleic Acids Research
Cellular trafficking determines the exon skipping activity of...
Pip6a-PMO, a recently developed conjugate, is particularly efficient in a murine DMD model, although mechanisms responsible for its increased biological activity have not been studied.
Make plans to attend these 2014 Berlin Long Nights Festivities
If Berlin is on your itinerary this year and you're wondering what to do while visiting the German capital, then look no further.
David Bowie's catharsis in divided Berlin revealed in adapted V&A show
And so the show will be transformed from the excesses of glam to the more subtle influences that mid-1970s exerted on the Thin White Duke.
Ex-VW designer has Volvo on a hot streak
Volvo design chief Thomas Ingenlath has been turning heads and winning awards since joining the Swedish automaker from Volkswagen Group 20 months ago.
Travel World News
Berlin Prepares to Commemorate 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
November 9, 2014 will mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. To honor the anniversary, a series of special events and exhibitions are planned to take place throughout the city, focusing on the division of Germany and Berlin, the Cold War, and the peaceful revolution leading to reunification.
PH says #PHthankyou to Germany
THE Philippines showcased its appreciation to Germany, among the countries that extended help after typhoon Yolanda hit the country, through launching a series of billboard messages in Berlin.
Unreleased in the U.S., the third film by one of the most exciting directors from Germany's Berlin School interweaves two intersecting story lines to explore the spectral existences of three female outsiders-a pair of late adolescent girls and an unstable middle-aged woman-who struggle to reconnect with "normal" society and find a place to belong.
Berlin International Film Festival - highlights & winner
Too much happening all at once was a good problem to be having at the Berlin International Film Festival, as for another year it filled the Potsdamer Platz hub and other venues around the city with the best of recent cinema in a frenzy of late parties, early espressos, and films, films, films.