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IISc research team designs eye gaze-controlled robotic arm for speech and motor impaired

The interface is non-invasive since it is through a webcam and a computer, unlike other eye gaze-tracking devices that use head-mounted systems, according to Bengaluru-based IISc

Published on 10th July 2020
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NIT develops multipurpose sanitising device to disinfect packed food items, currency

According to a statement from NIT, it can sanitise packed food items and disinfect currency notes and credit cards besides sanitising papers, files, used masks and gloves, keys etc

Published on 10th July 2020
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#StudentsLivesMatters trends on Twitter: Students condemn MHA, UGC decision to conduct final year exams

The MHA, in a letter to the Union Higher Education Secretary, said that final term examinations are to be compulsorily conducted as per the UGC Guidelines

Published on 7th July 2020
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IISC, Bangalore developes microparticle formulation that allows sustained release of drugs to treat osteoarthritis

Preliminary studies on cells cultured in the laboratory as well as in mice models have shown promising results indicating reduced inflammation and cartilage repair due to sustained drug release

Published on 7th July 2020
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Nehru, Star Wars and social distancing: What went down at IIIT-Bengaluru's first e-convocation

The graduates included seven PhD degrees, 13 Master of Science by Research degrees, 159 MTech degrees, 11 MSc degrees, 63 dual degrees, and 29 students with sponsored MTech degrees

Published on 5th July 2020
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Children with narrow retinal artery diameter more likely to get cardiovascular disease

The first study to show this connection in children was published in Hypertension, an American Heart Association journal

Published on 5th July 2020
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Scientists strike note of caution as 'Made in India' vaccine programme gains momentum

Immunogenicity is the ability of a foreign substance, such as an antigen, to provoke an immune response in the body of a human or other animal, explained the experts

Published on 4th July 2020
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Study examines how an individual's satisfaction is linked to neighbourhood

Published in the journal Urban Studies, Neal's research revisited findings from 27 earlier studies that spanned 11 countries in North America, Europe and Asia

Published on 4th July 2020
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Researchers find antibodies that could shield kids from rare, polio-like disease

There is no specific treatment for AFM, which tends to strike in the late summer or early fall and which has been associated with some deaths

Published on 4th July 2020
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Cyberbullying victims' experiences differ by the ability to handle their emotions

Online bullying, or cyberbullying, is not a new phenomenon, but as the world becomes more dependent on online communication, it does become a greater threat

Published on 4th July 2020
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Assam's Dibrugarh University professor arrested for posting obscene video

Dibrugarh Police will arrest and forward the accused. Information about the identity of the woman in the video remains undisclosed

Published on 4th July 2020
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Why some COVID-19 patients with low oxygen level breathe well

The study included a small group of COVID-19 patients with very low levels of oxygen without shortness of breath or dyspnea

Published on 4th July 2020
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Tea, Haritaki extracts may act as potential therapeutic options against COVID-19: IIT Delhi study

The research team led by institute professor Ashok Kumar Patel said that medical plants can provide a cost-effective therapeutic option to curb the severity of the viral disease in humans

Published on 2nd July 2020
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IIT Hyderabad researchers use computational methods to figure out how to get biofuels into fuel sector

A unique feature of this work is that the framework considers revenue generation not only as an outcome of sales of the biofuel but also in terms of carbon credits via greenhouse gas emission savings

Published on 2nd July 2020
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Why RTE experts believe the World Bank’s STARS programme will damage India’s grassroots school education system

The World Bank approved $500 million for the STARS programme to improve the quality and governance of school education in six Indian states. But education activists are against the programme

Published on 2nd July 2020

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