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Kanpur mechanic’s son all set for MIT sojourn
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Bagging 1.4 crore scholarship, son of Kanpur mechanic all set ...

Ayush Sharma, a 17 year old from Kanpur, will be a full-time student of Cambridge's prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology. DNA, 6 days ago
Kanpur mechanic’s son all set for MIT sojourn Times of India, 6 days ago

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PARIS — In December last year, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) had designed simple gas sensors relying on nanotubes-based chemiresistors (electrical circuits whose resistance changes when exposed to a particular ...
 EE Times3 days ago

Spectroscopy method clarifies molecular process of anti-HIV drug

A team of researchers from the University of Chicago (UChicago; Illinois) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT; Cambridge, MA) used a spectroscopy method to help clarify the poorly understood molecular process by which an anti-HIV drug ...
 OptoIQ2 days ago Findings from Massachusetts Institute of Technology Provide New Insights into Metals Research (Simulation and sensitivity analysis of controlling...  4 Traders3 days ago Masdar Institute-MIT joint research projects driving innovation in the UAE  The Gulf Today2 days ago Masdar Institute reveals progress of research projects with MIT  The Gulf Today5 days ago
Times of India

Govt clueless about rise in H1N1 cases

While researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), recently, kicked up a furore saying that the swine flu virus has undergone mutations in India, city-based Institute of Preventive Medicine (IPM) said it was helpless and had no clue on the ...
 Times of India1 month ago Is swine flu going to be deadlier than before?  DNA1 month ago Swine flu scare: Death toll climbs to 1731; number of cases inch close to 30,000  DNA1 month ago 108 new samples test positive for swine flu  Deccan Herald1 month ago
Silicon India

Massachusetts Institute students call on Dr. Jitendra Singh

A group of 40 students from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), School of Management, Massachusetts, USA hailing from different parts of the world called on Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), ...
 PIB3 weeks ago 10 Victorious MIT Students Of All Time  Silicon India2 months ago
Med India

MIT claims mutation in H1N1 strain, NIV denies

A new study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology claims that there has been a mutation in the H1N1 strain and this mutation explains the current surge in cases. The National Institute of Virology in Pune has however DENIED any kind of mutation.
 IBN Live1 month ago US experts stand by study  Asian Age1 month ago Mutations of H1N1 Virus Intensified the H1N1 Outbreak  Med India1 month ago Why this swine flu outbreak is worse than that of 2009  Rediff.com1 month ago
IBN Live

MIT swine flu report to be studied: Indian experts

A Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) report claiming that the swine flu virus in India may have mutated and become severely infectious needs to be studied thoroughly before being accepted, Indian health experts said on Thursday."This is a new study.
 Prokerala1 month ago Clue to swine flu severity  The Telegraph1 month ago No evidence to suggest swine flu virus has mutated: NIV  Prokerala1 month ago Swine flu virus mutated, no reason to panic, say experts  IBN Live1 month ago

Why Swine Flu Virus is Deadlier This Year: Indian Scientists Dismiss American Study

Indian government scientists have dismissed a new Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston, study that says the swine flu virus in India has mutated and is deadlier, leading to a more severe outbreak this year. This year, over 1400 people have died ...
 NDTV1 month ago

ALS Association, Harvard, Massachusetts General collaborate with GSK

The ALS Association , Harvard Stem Cell Institute and Massachusetts General Hospital Neurological Clinical Research Institute are collaborating with GlaxoSmithKline on a clinical trial to evaluate the potential of an anti-epileptic drug in ALS ...
 Center Watch1 day ago Hair brained! Teacher SHAVES off all her hair to teach students about the brain  Capital Bay2 days ago The ALS Association, Harvard Stem Cell Institute, and Massachusetts General Hospital Neurological Clinical Research Institute Collaborate with GlaxoSmithKline on New ALS Clinical Trial  Town Hall3 days ago Different brain areas work better at different ages  Business Standard1 month ago

Thumbnail track pad

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Laboratory are developing a new wearable device that turns the user's thumbnail into a miniature wireless track pad. They envision that the technology could let users control ...
 Research & Development2 days ago Thumbnail wearable device to answer your phone  Prokerala2 days ago Sensor that can detect spoiled food  ABP Live2 days ago Smart Walking Aid for the Visually Challenged  Med India3 weeks ago
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