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Newly discovered frog species named after renowned plant geneticist

The discovery was made during a comprehensive study on a considerably large, common, yet a confusing group of Indian frogs

Published on 2nd August 2021
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Study finds that early COVID-19 symptoms differ among age groups

In the study, 18 symptoms were examined, which had different relevance for early detection in different groups

Published on 31st July 2021
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Study suggests how people can cope with the strain, trauma surrounding COVID-19 pandemic

The study conducted by the University of Bonn is based on a large joint online survey at the University Hospitals Bonn, Erlangen, Ulm, Dresden, and Cologne

Published on 29th July 2021
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Here's how educator Gaurav Garg's start-up StudyIQ grabbed YouTube's Diamond Play Button

With over 10 million subscribers for which they recently won the Diamond Play Button Award, Study IQ has been offering entrance exams training online since way before the pandemic

Published on 27th July 2021
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NCERT will conduct National Achievement Survey in schools in November, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan says in Lok Sabha

The information was shared by Pradhan in response to a written question in Lok Sabha about whether any study or survey has been conducted to evaluate the quality of school education of the country

Published on 26th July 2021
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Novel therapy of pharmacological degradation of AKT might be effective in many cancers 

The study, published in the journal Cancer Discovery, indicates that the therapeutic agent shows high effectiveness in vitro at disrupting a biological pathway that helps cancer survive

Published on 25th July 2021
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Study suggests 'good cholesterol' high-density lipoprotein might protect liver

HDL is mostly known for mopping up cholesterol in the body and delivering it to the liver for disposal

Published on 23rd July 2021
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Supreme Court order aside, Tamil Nadu can get exemption from NEET, says Dr GR Ravindranath. Here's how

Dr GR Ravindranath, a member of a state government-appointed committee to study the impact of NEET on medical admissions in Tamil Nadu says that there are provisions for exemption

Published on 22nd July 2021
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With countries yet to ease travel ban for Indians, students who've got research grants fearful of losing out

Many students whos secured admission and scholarships to study abroad say that this will lead to them losing an academic year and financial aid

Published on 22nd July 2021
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Chemicals found in consumer products could increase breast cancer risk, a new study finds

The researchers outlined a number of recommendations in their study for improving chemical safety testing to help identify potential breast carcinogens before they end up in products

Published on 21st July 2021
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1,19,000 Indian children lost caregivers to COVID-19 just in the first 14 months of the pandemic, according to The Lancet study

The study stated that 25,500 children in India lost their mother to COVID-19 while 90,751 lost their father and 12 lost both their parents

Published on 21st July 2021
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Stanford School of Medicine study shows why you shouldn't skip the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine

The study was designed to find out exactly what effects the vaccine, marketed by Pfizer Inc, has on the numerous components of the immune response. 

Published on 20th July 2021
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#ThrowbackToday: Why Earth could very well be dubbed the 'Plastic Planet'

In today's #TBT, we recall an arduous research that came to this searing conclusion — since 2015, human beings  have produced over 8.3 billion tons of plastic and this is where it is all really going

Published on 19th July 2021
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Quantitative Checklist can be helpful in detecting autism in toddlers: Study

The team at the Autism Research Centre in Cambridge conducted a prospective population screening study of nearly 4,000 toddlers

Published on 18th July 2021
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Common COVID antibiotic no more effective than placebo, finds a new study

The study included 263 participants who all tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 within seven days before entering the study

Published on 17th July 2021

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