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Kalam's death a great loss to DRDO

an immense loss to the DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organisation) and India. He had a vision for the country. He wanted India to become self-reliant in the field of science and technology including missile and space technology. Above of ... New Delhi Pioneer, 3 days ago

New Study Attributes Rapid Ageing Mainly To Environment Factors

Using a test developed by researchers from various academic institutions, a new study found that environment factors, more than genetics, explains why some people age at a rapid pace faster than the calendar. The findings allow scientists to ...
 International Business Times Australia3 weeks ago
Monthly Prescribing Reference

Researchers quest for the (battery) Fountain of Youth

Everyone is searching for the Fountain of Youth -- even battery researchers, who are trying to determine how to improve battery life to encourage widespread adoption in energy storage applications. The latest research, conducted by the European ...
 Smart Grid News3 weeks ago Fountain of Youth in a Pill?  Monthly Prescribing Reference2 weeks ago Scientists are finding the fountain of youth through stem cells and telomere science  Digital Journal1 month ago

Nottingham women stage pub shave off for Cancer Research

A Newark GP is inviting people to a special shave off for Cancer Re. Dr Mark Jefford, is GP at the Fountain Medical Centre and Clinical Lead for NHS Newark and Sherwood Clinical Commissioning Group. His wife Claire Jefford (32) and her friend Cherry ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago

Starfish find could lead to 'fountain of youth

Researchers at the University of Gothenburg have discovered that starfish which reproduce through cloning age much more slowly than those which reproduce sexually. This reason for this anomaly has been located in the starfishes' telomeres.
 The Local Sweden1 month ago
Malta Independent Daily

Exercise good for the brain

Exercise may do more than keep a healthy brain fit: New research suggests working up a good sweat may also offer some help once memory starts to slide — and even improve life for people with Alzheimer's. The effects were modest, but a series of ...
 Taipei Times Online5 days ago Exercise good for brain, even for those with Alzheimer's  Malta Independent Daily4 days ago Exercise May Be The Key To Battling Alzheimer's, Studies Find  Huffington Post1 week ago Exercise May Buffer Symptoms of Early Alzheimer's  Demanjo1 week ago

Pierre-Louis: We don't trust drinking fountains anymore, and that's bad for our health

One sultry day in 2012, a handful of New Yorkers laid out a rich red carpet in Union Square Park. As a jazz band grooved in the background, vested and begloved hosts led guests to the star attraction: a drinking fountain. The event, called "Respect ...
 Denver Post1 week ago
The Guardian Nigeria

VisualArts: In Lagos, globalism inspires a rescue-mission for Visual Arts Scholarship

Participants at the University of Lagos (Unilag) wing of the conference Being the foundation and fountain of art practice in Nigeria, the formal training sector is not unaware contrary to widely held view that the mainstream art outside the Ivory ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 week ago Visualarts - in Lagos, Globalism Inspires a Rescue-Mission for Visual Arts Scholarship  Individual.com1 week ago

New Market Research Report Soft Drinks in South Korea

(MENAFN Press) Soft drinks in South Korea marked a moderate increase both in off-trade and on-trade sales value. Relatively good sales increase was made in bottled water sports drinks carbonates and RTD tea. Concentrates juice and energy drinks ...
 MENAFN2 weeks ago New Market Research Report: Soft Drinks in Pakistan  Fat Pitch Financials1 month ago "Soft Drinks in Austria" is now available at Fast Market Research  MENAFN1 month ago "Juice in Georgia" now available at Fast Market Research  BioSpace1 month ago

Fountain of youth: Only for rich?

Source: Focus Features Ben Kingsley, lying down, in a scene from the movie Self/Less "You're rich, but you're dying. Do you feel immortal?" That question, posed by one of the characters in the to ailing ...
 CNBC3 weeks ago
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