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The Davos of Harvard: Students organise one of the largest virtual conferences with world leaders 

The conference will host over 1400 delegates globally and donate a generous portion of its profits to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation philanthropic partners in Boston. 

Published on 7th January 2021
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Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren to address annual India Conference at Harvard University

It said that the Chief Minister will speak on tribal rights, sustainable development, welfare policies and the work done by the state government during the Corona transition period in Jharkhand

Published on 27th December 2020
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Scientists develop new gene therapy for hearing impairment by replacing genes

The scientists were able to prevent the gradual deterioration of hearing in mice that had a genetic mutation for deafness. They maintain that this novel therapy could lead to a breakthrough

Published on 25th December 2020
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Research reveals pregnant women, newborns may face elevated risks of developing more severe cases of COVID-19

For this latest study, the scientists compared maternal antibodies against the flu (influenza), whooping cough (pertussis), and SARS-CoV-2, and how these antibodies transferred across the placenta

Published on 24th December 2020
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Study finds variations in UV radiation influences spread of COVID-19, could be higher in winter

While the reasons for seasonal variations in the spread of COVID-19 remain a mystery, the researchers said there have been some clues that UV could play a role

Published on 17th December 2020
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Paytm founder to offer two Indian students scholarships to pursue research at Harvard University

Vice Provost for International Affairs Mark Elliott said further expanding Harvard's work and partnerships in India is a major priority for the University

Published on 7th December 2020
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Genetically engineered T cells could lead to therapies for autoimmune diseases

The immune system fights bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens by utilizing several types of T cells, all of which have receptors that are specific to particular antigens

Published on 4th December 2020
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From Stanford to Madurai Kamaraj University, meet the winners of the Infosys Prize 2020

All six winners were from varied backgrounds but were picked during a difficult year for the world at large — and they were announced virtually

Published on 2nd December 2020
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At GITAM's Kautilya School of Public Policy, emphasis is laid on nurturing India's future

This school of public policy is where you should go to for gaining mastery over the subject. Affiliated to GITAM, Kautilya School of Public Policy is opening applications for its brand new courses 

Published on 1st December 2020
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Weight-loss surgeries may lead to weaker bone health in teenagers, suggests study

Recent studies have shown that bone marrow fat responds to changes in nutrition and may serve as a biomarker for bone quality

Published on 29th November 2020
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Study says rapid testing can eliminate the spread of COVID-19 within weeks

As per the reports of Science Daily, the researchers from BioFrontiers Institute and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health collaborated with Larremore to explore this

Published on 28th November 2020
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Researchers find popular weight-loss surgery in teenagers weakens bones

In a sleeve gastrectomy, approximately 75% of the stomach is removed to restrict food intake and induce weight loss. It results in a typically round stomach taking on the shape of a tube or sleeve

Published on 27th November 2020
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Harvard University gets its first Black, elected student body president

Noah Harris, of Hattiesburg, was elected president of Harvard's Undergraduate Council on November 12, the Hattiesburg American reports

Published on 25th November 2020
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#TogetherWeCan: Students from universities worldwide offer 'synchronised global prayers' for those infected with COVID-19

The prayers, which have been started by the Indian Yoga Association (IYA) on Monday, can be performed at either 8 am or 6 pm as per the Indian Standard Time

Published on 8th April 2020
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Hindu non-profit organisation in US raises scholarship worth 100,000 USD  for low income students

Hundreds of Americans and Indian-origin people from various walks of life took part in the event organised by Hindu Charities for America (HC4A)

Published on 24th November 2020

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