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Lisa Ray turns 46, feels 'there's so much to be grateful for'
DNA

Lisa Ray turns 46, feels 'there's so much to be grateful for'

Lisa was diagnosed with cancer of the white blood cells known as plasma cells in 2009 DNA, 3 weeks ago
So much to be grateful for: Lisa Ray Business Standard, 3 weeks ago

4 images for plasma

DNA, 4 days ago
The Assam Tribune, 1 month ago
DNA, 6 months ago
MSN India, 6 months ago

RIST Popular Talk 35 Thermal plasma and some of its applications

Ngangkham Nimai Singh Posted on 13th April 2018
 E Pao!1 week ago

'NASA COVER UP' Sun being drained of energy by plasma eating objects claims physicist

EXCLUSIVE: NASA must allow the public live access to cameras trained on the Sun, a professor of physics has declared as she accused the US space agency of a cover up amid claims a system of stars are feeding on the Sun. Physicist Dr Claudia Albers has ...
 Express UK1 month ago
The Assam Tribune

Lifetime achievement award for plasma research

GUWAHATI, March 6 - Dr Sarbeswar Bujarbarua, an eminent plasma physicist and pioneer of plasma research in the Northeast, will be conferred the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Assam government for his contribution to advanced scientific research in plasma ...
 The Assam Tribune1 month ago

New Method for Transporting Biospecimens Developed

New research shows the use of an emerging class of nanomaterials with biospecimens such as blood, urine, serum and plasma.
 Med India1 month ago

New ELISA Method for Analysing Cetuximab

Determination of cetuximab (CET) in human plasma samples can be made possible with highly sensitive and selective ELISA test.
 Med India1 month ago
DNA

Painful bone biopsies will soon be replaced with small credit card-sized chips to treat plasma cancer

Scientists have developed a low-cost, reliable blood test for multiple myeloma that uses a small plastic chip about the size of a credit card, which could make painful bone biopsies a relic of the past.
 DNA5 days ago Chip-based cancer test may replace painful bone biopsy  Business Standard5 days ago

Novel device to fight fungal, pollen allergy

Scientists are developing an innovative device that uses cold plasma technology to tackle the problem of airborne allergens in the home such as dust mites, fungal spores and pollen.Cold plasma is a form of ionised gas where energetic electrons and ions ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Easier detection of concussions!

Turns out, easier detection of concussions is possible.According to a study conducted by the University of California, Irvine, some specific small molecules in blood plasma may be useful in determining whether someone has sustained a mild traumatic brain ...
 Business Standard3 days ago

Vitamin D deficiency may up diabetes risk: study

People deficient in vitamin D may be at a significantly greater risk of developing diabetes, a study has found.Researchers at the University of California San Diego in the US and Seoul National University in South Korea studied a cohort of 903 healthy adults ...
 Business Standard5 days ago Low Vitamin D levels associated with greater risk of diabetes  Business Standard5 days ago
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