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Tracking the Interplay of Genes and Environment on Physical, Educational Outcomes
Med India

Tracking the Interplay of Genes and Environment on Physical, E...

New light has been shed on how the genetic and environmental landscape of American society has changed over the past century. The research by Princeton sociologist Dalton Conley and colleagues highlight the power of combining new genetic tools with ... Med India, 1 month ago

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Good news: Europe okays worlds first gene threapy for kids

In a future where high science enmeshes itself intimately with our physical selves, we will be able to wield control over everything; including our genetic make up. "Said every out there scientist ever", you say? Well thats not entirely true. Because playing ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Reacting to rape: what the Mahmood Farooqui case reveals about us

Mahmood Farooqui, co-director of Peepli Live and a well-known exponent of Dastangoi, was convicted of rape under Section 376 of the Indian Penal Code on 30 July, and has been sent to judicial custody. He was arrested in June 2015 after a US-based research ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

Kashmir is only a spectator sport

Hearts in Kashmir, they say, have to be won. Now, the heart alone knows the matters of the heart, that has a fickle mind of its own. It may be won today to be lost tomorrow to the next suitor. In the story of nations, hearts cannot always be won. When hearts ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 weeks ago
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Baton Rouge shooting: Obama condemns attack, calls for unity

Washington : Condemning the killing of three police officers and injury to three others during a gun shooting spree in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, President Barack Obama said violence against law enforcement is violence against the nation and called on Americans ...
 Sify1 month ago
DNA

Dhaka attack: One US citizen among those killed; country offers assistance to Bangladesh

Three students at universities in the United States, including a US citizen and an Indian citizen, were among those killed in a militant attack in Bangladesh, university officials, the Indian government and a source said on Saturday. The State Department ...
 DNA1 month ago
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The Legend of Tarzan review: good old-fashioned adventurous fun

That The Legend of Tarzan, the latest version of Edgar Rice Burroughs vine swinging wild man, wound up being more than just some mindless CGI nonsense with bad effects surprised me. Because weve definitely had our fair share of those this year: Through the ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
Huffington Post

Alien Contact Is Still 1,500 Years Away, Cornell Researchers Say

If you're hoping to see the day when earthlings finally make formal contact with an extraterrestrial civilization, don't hold your breath. You may have to wait about 1,500 years, two Cornell University astronomy researchers say. "Space is so immensely, ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago
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10 amazing inventions by women

Did you know that beer was created by women almost 7000 years ago? In fact, many inventions, most of which have made our modern lives simpler have been conceptualised and patented by women. Imagine inventing something that could change the way the world functions and not having the money or power to patent it. This was the ordeal most women inventors faced back then. In 1980, only 1.7 percent of all the patent filings were filed by women. By 1910, the number of women patents were still only ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

A Moveable Feast: The creative capitalist

It was January 1997. I was flying from Washington DC to London. The person sitting next to me was Dewang Mehta, executive director of Nasscom. Mehta informed me that the founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, was coming to India in a couple of months. Nasscom was ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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