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3D shapes created from living tissue, explains study

3D shapes created from living tissue, explains study

Scientists have developed a way to recreate complex 3D folded shapes from living tissues, an advance that may help better understand fundamental biology. By patterning mechanically active mouse or human cells to thin layers of extracellular matrix fibres, the ... DNA, 2 months ago

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Why France is India's best friend in Europe

'Over the last two decades, the India-French relationship has grown steadily, no major political difference having darkened the sky between Paris and Delhi,' says Claude Arpi. IMAGE: French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Marie-Claude Macron at the ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhavan, March 10, 2018.The French leader and the first lady are flanked by President Ram Nath Kovind, First Lady Savita Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra D Modi. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Indians lack creativity, according to Steve Woz. Do you agree?

Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra doesn't agree with American inventor's thoughts about India. What about you? Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images Steve Wozniak, better known to the world as the man who engineered the first Apple -- a desktop computer with a keyboard and screen -- attended the Economic Times' Global Business Summit. In an interview with The Times of India, the American engineer and inventor spoke about his friendship with Apple founder, late Steve Jobs, the future ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

India, Jordan ink 12 pacts; step up cooperation to combat terror

India and Jordan today decided to step up defence cooperation to combat terror and prevent cyber security crimes as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Jordanian King Abdullah II held talks on key strategic issues after giving a clear message that terrorism and ...
 DNA2 weeks ago India, Jordan ink 12 pacts; one to boost defence cooperation  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago

Muslim role in Indian politics needs to be re-defined

'They must take the bull of conservatism within their own ranks by its horns as much as they need to speak out against the fallacies of the non-Hindutva (or 'Muslim-friendly') political forces as well,' argues Mohammad Sajjad. IMAGE: Maulana Rabe Hasani Nadvi, president, All India Muslim Personal Law Board; Wali Rahmani, general secretary; Khalid Saifullaha Rahmani, assistant general secretary; Fazlurrahman, secretary; and senior member Zafaryab Jjilani, Asaduddin Owaisi, MP, and other Muslim ...
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Oxigen Services launches paperless expense management solution for SMEs, corporates

India's leading payment solutions provider-Oxigen Services on Tuesday announced the launch of India's first all-in-one prepaid Debit Card-based expense management solution in collaboration with Rupay and RBL Bank.It is India's first card which offers ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Legal, forensic experts call for transforming DNA into courtroom evidence

[India], Feb.13 (ANI-Businesswire India): A compelling debate on 'Building DNA Casework in India to Strengthen Investigations in Sexual Assault and Rape Cases' was witnessed on the second day of the 24th All India Forensic Science Conference in Ahmedabad.
 Sify1 month ago

'One-two punch' may have wiped out dinosaurs: Study

A 'one-two punch' from the big meteor that struck off Mexico 66 million years ago, possibly triggering enhanced volcanic eruptions at India's Deccan Traps, may have sealed the fate of the dinosaurs, a study suggests. The study, published in the journal ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Students wanting to study MBBS abroad may have to clear NEET

Those wanting to study MBBS in foreign universities may soon have to clear the NEET as the government plans to make the test mandatory for them so that only competent students make the cut.Currently, students who wish to study medicine in any government or ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Harish Kapadia: India's Greatest Mountaineer

Harish Kapadia is the only Indian to win mountaineering's most prestigious award, reports Sadiya Upade.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ Early in November Harish Kapadia was conferred the Piolets d'Or Asia Lifetime Achievement Award from the Union of Asian Alpine Associations, which hands out the 'Oscars of climbing'. How did he celebrate? By climbing another mountain, of course. This time, he and his group headed out to explore Incheon in South Korea. "It was just a day-long trek," ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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