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Karnataka Health Minister seeks IISc's support in tackling the second wave of COVID across the state

According to the professor, various researches are being carried out by the scientists at IISc which include designing a more efficient oxygen concentrator and also a vaccine for COVID-19

Published on 13th May 2021
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Hours after her father passed away, Delhi HC grants interim bail to JNU student Natasha Narwal

Natasha's father, 71-year-old scientist Mahavir Narwal had been undergoing treatment for over a week in a hospital in Rohtak, Haryana

Published on 10th May 2021
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Scientists create new tool to rapidly screen molecules for anti-COVID properties

Scientists have created a unique tool to help drug researchers quickly identify molecules capable of disarming the virus before it invades human cells

Published on 4th May 2021
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Social distancing not enough to cut COVID-19 risk indoors, say US researchers 

However, scientists have now been increasingly speaking about the role of aerosols, smaller particles that linger in the air longer, in COVID-19 transmission

Published on 3rd May 2021
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Study finds high vaccination rate is key to the future course of COVID-19 pandemic

The research was led by the Mayo Clinic data scientists who developed highly accurate computer modelling to predict trends for COVID-19 cases nationwide

Published on 1st May 2021
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Study finds that text messages can boost vaccination rates against COVID-19

The study shows that texts messages sent to patients prior to a primary care visit and developed by behavioural scientists to encourage vaccine adoption can substantially boost vaccination rates

Published on 30th April 2021
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Researchers find that compund in avocado may help treat leukemia 

A compound in avacado targets an enzyme that scientists have identified for the first time as being critical to cancer cell growth

Published on 30th April 2021
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This former nano-scientist is helping kids and single moms acquire alternate skills that can help them fetch jobs

Once a nano-scientist, Pratibha Nalini now runs a skill development centre for kids and adults with the aim of making them financially independent

Published on 20th April 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: April 11, 1954 is officially the Most Boring Day ever! Here's why

In today's #TBT, we want to tell you that we are sure you did not know such a day existed, but it truly does. And this is not us saying, it is a Cambridge computer scientist. Read on to find out more

Published on 11th April 2021
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Scientists assess changes in marine life behaviour amid slowdown

A community of scientists has identified more than 200 non-military ocean hydrophones worldwide

Published on 9th April 2021
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Scientists call for new investigation into COVID-19 origins

A group of scientists have issued an open letter calling for steps to analyse how the catastrophe began in order so prioritize efforts to address shortcomings

Published on 8th April 2021
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A miracle in Mollem: How Goans are galvanising the young with art and activism to save their habitat

Students, researchers, scientists, musicians and artists in Goa have launched a widespread movement that hopes to save the protected Mollem National Park from three developmental projects

Published on 30th August 2020
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IIT Hyderabad researchers to hunt for Einstein's waves as InPTA joins global efforts

InPTA is a collaboration of currently about 25 research scientists and students from 15 institutions in India and abroad

Published on 28th March 2021
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Bacteria found aboard International Space Station suggests plant growth in space: UoH, NASA study

The researchers named the novel species as Methylobacterium ajmalii, in honour of the renowned Indian biodiversity scientist, Dr Ajmal Khan, former Professor at Annamalai University in Tamil Nadu

Published on 25th March 2021
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Team of 300 astronomers obtain first image of black hole's magnetic fields

Scientists still do not understand how magnetic fields - areas where magnetism affects how matter moves - influence black hole activity

Published on 25th March 2021

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