Now A Machine Learns to Map Music-induced Movement...

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Just like physical gestures are quick giveaways of your personality and your current emotional state, the way you groove to music also says a lot about you. In a new study that has significant implications for music cognition research, scientists

Flex, The Way Ahead

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International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad (IIITH)’s semester-long course on Flexible Electronics is a one-of-its-kind offering in the country today. Ever since the step-counting fad exploded over the last decade, the consequent interest in fitness tracking devices and other wearables

The Forced Summer Without Pants And What It Means ...

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The global outbreak of the novel CoronaVirus has affected not just the way we live but also redefined work as we know it. While social distancing and self-quarantining have become the de-facto manner of living for now, the forced work-from-home

IIITH Student Tanashree Jaganade Wins Best Poster ...

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Tanashree Jaganade, Ph.D student of Bioinformatics won the Best Poster Award as well as a Bursary Award as a fellowship at Australasia’s premier molecular modelling conference, organized by the Association of Molecular Modellers of Australasia (AMMA). More details below. All

IIIT Hyderabad Highlights Need For Social Distanci...

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While all early cases of Covid-19 in India were related to those with travel history to affected countries, reports of newer cases where there has been no travel history are putting the spotlight on community transmission. A simulated study by

IIITH Researchers Win Patent For Method That Lets ...

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Result of R&D Collaboration With Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory  If you’re the kind who can be found swaddled with 2-3 layers of clothing and shivering away at your workplace while your co-worker is visibly sweating, then this one is for