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NAL Working On Mark 2 Version of Light Transport Aircraft: CSIR

India’s indigenously developed light transport aircraft Saras was successfully test flown for a second time today, less than a month after the first flight on January 24.
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Science Films Can Help Promote Scientific Temperament

Over 200 films makers along with a large contingent of scientists, students and film critics from across the country…

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  • 21. Feb
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This Is How Nutrition May Help Overcome Genetic Risk of Diabetes

This Is How Nutrition May Help Overcome Genetic Risk of Diabetes

For years, scientists have been engaged in finding human genes associated with lifestyle diseases like diabetes and…

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  • 20. Feb
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World's first human-sheep hybrids pave way for diabetes cure and mass organ transplants

Research Stash Weekly Review #9

Antioxidant Treatment Prevents Sexual Transmission of Zika in Mice Credit: Simanjuntak Y, et al. (2018) The…

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“Brain on a Chip” Reveals How the Brain Folds

Physics and biology meet in a new model of brain development. Being born with a “tabula rasa” – a clean slate – in the case of the brain is something of a curse. Our brains are already wrinkled like walnuts by the time we are born.
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VR Games Can Help in Stroke Recovery

VR Games Can Help in Stroke Recovery: Study

Video games, popular among kids in the 1990s, have made a comeback with the advent of virtual reality (VR) which gives…

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  • 18. Feb
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Fireflies Emit Light Similar to Lasers

Fireflies Emit Light Similar to Lasers

Fireflies are known for the light they emit during nights. A new study has analyzed the light emitted from fireflies…

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  • 18. Feb
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Scientists at Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology working to find solutions to different health problems

CCMB Working to Make Personalized Medicine a Reality

One size does not fit all. This applies to medicine, as much as for garments. Some medicines might work on some but not…

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New Technology May Help Scale Up Memory Storage Capacity

Silicon-based memory devices such as hard drives and flash drives are in high demand for gadgets that require storage. Conventional semiconductor material-based memory devices have limited scale-up ability to increase their storage capacity.
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Scientists Identify Potential Early Biomarker for Alzheimer’s

Scientists Identify Potential Early Biomarker for Alzheimer’s

In a significant advance in the understanding of Alzheimer’s disease, scientists at the Indian Institute of Science…

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  • 13. Feb
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New Initiatives to Boost Technology Incubators in India

New Initiatives to Boost Technology Incubators in India

The government has decided to set up 15 new biotechnology incubators and another 15 new technology business incubators…

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  • 12. Feb
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Scientists Uncover Mechanism of Joint Cartilage Formation

Scientists Uncover Mechanism of Joint Cartilage Formation

Joint pain due to osteoarthritis is an emerging health problem. Researchers are engaged in developing new strategies…

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  • 12. Feb
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