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Adhesive patch to reduce post heart attack damage

Adhesive patch to reduce post heart attack damage

Washington: Researchers have developed a new adhesive patch that could reduce the stretching of cardiac muscle following a heart attack. ...Read More

Key to growing human blood vessels found

Key to growing human blood vessels found

Washington: Researchers have discovered an ingredient vital for proper blood vessel formation that may help develop better treatments for...Read More

Indore: IIT-I, RRCAT come up with affordable diagnosis technique

Indore: IIT-I, RRCAT come up with affordable diagnosis technique

Indore: Researchers at Indian Institute of Technology Indore, in collaboration with the research group of Raja Ramanna Centre for Advance...Read More

You can delay your ageing with this drug

You can delay your ageing with this drug

Houston: Researchers, including one of Indian origin, have developed a promising drug that significantly increases muscle size, strength ...Read More

Setting realistic life goals is key to well-being

Setting realistic life goals is key to well-being

Geneva: Setting goals that are realistic and seem to be attainable may be key to your well-being and life satisfaction, scientists say. W...Read More

Artificial skin brings hope for burn victims

Artificial skin brings hope for burn victims

New York: Researchers have developed a new type of wearable sensor that can mimic the sensing properties of skin, an advance that could s...Read More

Long way before AI systems can take over human jobs

Long way before AI systems can take over human jobs

Los Angeles: Artificial intelligence (AI) systems have a long way to go before they can take over tasks and jobs traditionally performed ...Read More

DNA can tell about childhood abuse

DNA can tell about childhood abuse

Toronto: Victims of childhood abuse carry an imprint of the trauma in their DNA, which are detectable years later and could be used as ev...Read More

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Bhopal: Experts, researchers discuss CST technologies, its viability

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh progressed a lot in in Solar Photovoltaic Technology and has already installed 1200 MW capacity of solar projects ...Read More

Indore: Researchers develop nanoparticles capable of detecting humidity accurately

Indore: Researchers develop nanoparticles capable of detecting humidity accurately

Indore: Researchers from Indian Institute of Technology Indore (IIT-I) have developed nanoparticles that can be used to measure humidity ...Read More

Maharashtra: Lonar Lake’s area is shrinking, say researchers

Maharashtra: Lonar Lake’s area is shrinking, say researchers

Mumbai: The surface area of Lonar Lake in Maharashtra’s Buldhana district, formed after a meteorite hit the Earth some 50,000 years ago, ...Read More

Immune system may help in neutralising body from HIV-1 virus

Immune system may help in neutralising body from HIV-1 virus

Washington D.C: According to a new study, researchers have discovered a process protecting the body from autoimmune disease appears to pr...Read More

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Deputy High Commissioner J P Singh

San Francisco : Researchers at the University of Washington (UW) have invented a phone that harvests the few microwatts of power it requi...Read More

Reading to dogs may motivate kids to pick more books: study

Reading to dogs may motivate kids to pick more books: study

Boston:  Parents, take note! Reading aloud to dogs may encourage your child to read more books and develop apositive attitude towards aca...Read More

Highly charismatic leaders not most effective: study

Highly charismatic leaders not most effective: study

London: Exceptionally charismatic people may not make the best leaders, say scientists who found that those with moderate levels of chari...Read More

Smartphones, TVs with three times resolution in the offing

Smartphones, TVs with three times resolution in the offing

Los Angeles:  Researchers, including one of Indian origin, have developed a new colour-changing surface that could increase the resolutio...Read More

Suffering from Insomnia? You  may be at risk of heart attack

Suffering from Insomnia? You may be at risk of heart attack

Women with insomnia symptoms may have a slightly higher risk of cardiovascular and stroke events than men

Over 800 health workers killed in Syrian ‘war crimes’: Report

Over 800 health workers killed in Syrian ‘war crimes’: Report

Paris, More than 800 health workers have died in “acts of war crimes” in Syria since 2011, in hospital bombings, shootings, torture and e...Read More

Gene variants behind 25% gallbladder cancer risk!

Gene variants behind 25% gallbladder cancer risk!

Mumbai: Researchers from India and United States have identified several gene variants which may predispose individuals to develop gallbl...Read More

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Soon, new tech to allow for cheaper computer chips

London: Researchers have developed an innovative method to engineer cheap versatile computer chips that could offer greater speed, effici...Read More

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