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Scientists Develop Method to Alter Pancreatic Cells into Insulin Producing Cells
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Scientists Develop Method to Alter Pancreatic Cells into Insul...

Amrita Surendranath on February 16, 2017 at 10:38 PM Health In Focus Highlights A research team from Stanford Medical University has discovered that alpha cells of the pancreas can be converted into beta cells using interventional strategies The insulin ... Med India, 1 week ago

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30 Under 30: The world is watching these Indian super achievers

The Forbes 30 Under 30 list is even harder to get into than Stanford or Harvard University, says Monali Sarkar.Meet the desis who made the cut this year. IMAGE: Teju Ravilochan, centre. Photograph: Kind courtesy Unreasonable Institute/Facebook.com 'Falling in love with a problem, learning all about it, experimenting aggressively, being a learner' -- that's Teju Ravilochan's key to success. Ravilochan, 29, who founded the Unreasonable Institute, is the only Indian origin super achiever who made ...
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'Glow-in-the-dark mice brings next-gen gene therapies closer'

Stanford scientists have successfully developed glow-in-the-dark mice using compounds that create proteins responsible for lighting up fireflies, an advance that may pave the way for new gene therapies. Timothy Blake, a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford ...
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20-cent, hand-powered blood centrifuge developed

Stanford engineers, including those of Indian origin, have built an ultra-low-cost, human-powered centrifuge that separates blood into its individual components in only 1.5 minutes, and may enable precise diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as malaria, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Retaking control of self-driving cars risky: study

Retaking back control of an autonomous car affects human steering behaviour, according to a new Stanford study that may help in the design of future self-driving vehicles. When human drivers retake control of an autonomous car, the transition could ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Story of Snapchat: How the disappearing photo app managed to stay relevant

The fast-growing social network for millennials has come a long way since Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel dropped out of Stanford University in 2012, three classes shy of graduation. The post Story of Snapchat: How the disappearing photo app managed to stay ...
 Tech22 months ago

Technique developed to carry protein instructions into cell

Researchers at Stanford University have been refining compounds that would carry instructions for assembling the protein that makes fireflies light up and deliver them into the cells of an anesthetised mouse.If their technique worked, the mouse would glow in ...
 Prokerala4 days ago

West Indies Cricket Board keen to monetise old Stanford ground

Outgoing West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) chief executive Michael Muirhead has said definite efforts will be made to maximise the commercial potential of the newly acquired Coolidge Cricket Ground.The venue, formerly known as the Stanford Cricket Ground, was ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
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Manufacturing Gene-Engineered Skin Cells at Stanford - Promise to Cure

The Cell and Gene Medicine laboratory at Stanford University is considered to be the most state of the art facility. New research has shown that gene-engineered skin cells could be used to treat genetic skin disorders. Upcoming projects could revolutionize ...
 Med India1 month ago
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Drug Interactions May Reduce Mortality Rate of Breast Cancer Patients

Few drug combinations may benefit patients despite unexpected side effects. Researchers from Stanford University find drug interactions to reduce the mortality rate of breast cancer patients. Two out of three drug pairs which include anti-inflammatory drugs, ...
 Med India2 months ago
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