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Asymptomatic children have low levels of virus compared to those with symptomatic: Study

According to the scientists, the finding suggests that the timing of infection relative to diagnostic testing impacted the viral loads in the asymptomatic kids in the study

Published on 23rd October 2020
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Very large portion of COVID-19 vaccines likely to be manufactured in India: Gates Foundation CEO

Grand Challenges India was set up as a partnership of the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in 2012, and Wellcome also joined the partnership

Published on 21st October 2020
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Proper indoor ventilation key to preventing spread of COVID-19: Study

Measures can and must be applied taking into account the known transmission routes, which is why it is important to know that the disease is transmitted by aerosols, the study said

Published on 21st October 2020
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Irish privacy regulator investigates Instagram over handling of children's data

Data scientist David Stier said last year that his analysis found users, including those under 18 who had their contact information displayed on their profile

Published on 19th October 2020
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The facilities of seven states and two union territories upgraded to Khelo India State Centre of Excellence

The states and UTs include Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Goa, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Puducherry, Tripura and Jammu and Kashmir

Published on 17th October 2020
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Scientists develop a new method to block Coronavirus replication

According to the study, published in the journal Science, SARS-CoV-2-PLpro promotes infection by sensing and processing both viral and human proteins

Published on 17th October 2020
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Dr Kalam's 89th Birth Anniversary: PM Modi, Amit Shah and others pay tribute

His birth anniversary was declared as World Students' Day by the United Nations in 2010

Published on 15th October 2020
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Scientists reveal the potential of swine coronavirus jumping from animals to people 

The scientists conducted lab tests to assess the potential threat from SADS-CoV to people, and found that the virus efficiently replicates in human liver and gut cells, as well as airway cells

Published on 14th October 2020
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Dust particles can dampen the reactions of nuclear explosion, finds Delhi scientist

She utilised her break in career in studying about explosions and the possible effects of dust particles on them

Published on 13th October 2020
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Blocking immune system pathway may stop COVID-19: Johns Hopkins study

Based on their findings published in the journal 'Blood', the researchers believe that inhibiting the protein known as Factor D will also curtail the potentially deadly inflammatory reactions 

Published on 10th October 2020
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Researchers at IISc develop bandage with magnetic nanofibers that kills skin cancer cells with heat

Common treatments for skin cancer include surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. But these treatments and other conventional therapies have limitations

Published on 8th October 2020
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Women show the way: Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna win Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Researchers need to modify genes in cells if they are to find out about life's inner workings. This used to be time-consuming, difficult and sometimes impossible work

Published on 7th October 2020
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Researchers zero in on 24 super habitable planets outside of our solar system for alien life

Among the 24 top planet candidates, none of them meets all the criteria for super habitable planets, but one has four of the critical characteristics

Published on 5th October 2020
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Oxford University coronavirus vaccine could be rolled out within six months: Report

The vaccine candidate under trial by University of Oxford scientists in collaboration with pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca is the furthest in the process of trials 

Published on 3rd October 2020
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Pain relief caused by COVID-19 may help explain virus spread finds University of Arizona Study

Researchers have found that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, can relieve pain, adding that the finding may explain why nearly half of the people who got the virus

Published on 3rd October 2020

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