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Novel mechanism may stop tsunamis in their tracks
DNA

Novel mechanism may stop tsunamis in their tracks

The technology is currently being developed by scientists at Cardiff University. DNA, 2 months ago
'Novel mechanism may stop tsunamis in their tracks' Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Business News Wales, 2 months ago
BBC, 2 months ago
AEC News Room, 2 months ago
Care Home, 2 months ago
Irish Times, 3 months ago
Brief Report.co.uk, 2 months ago
Huffington Post UK, 2 months ago
Centre For Infectious Disease Research and Policy, 2 months ago
Prevention Web, 2 months ago
Brief Report.co.uk, 3 months ago

Indian-origin educationist wins 'Businesswoman of Year' award

An Indian-origin educationist in the UK, who moved to Britain after her marriage with no English language skills, has been named the 'Asian Businesswoman of the Year' in an award ceremony in Birmingham. 65-year-old Dame Asha Khemka, Principal and CEO of West ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
Sify

As Chennai's RK Nagar heads to the polls, meet the candidates

All eyes are on RK Nagar, the constituency of late Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa, where campaigning is underway for the by-polls to be held three weeks from now. The constituency has over 1,95,000 voters and has been a stronghold of the AIADMK since 2001 . In ...
 Sify4 weeks ago
Med India

Novel Method Found To Produce Anti-Malarial Drug Artemisinin

Madhumathi Palaniappan on March 16, 2017 at 5:05 PM Health Watch Highlights Malaria is caused by the bite of a female Anopheles mosquito. Artemisinin drug obtained from Artemisia annua is approved for the treatment of Malaria. New method to create artemisinin ...
 Med India1 month ago

Football headers may lead to brain damage: Study

Headers used by professional footballers may be prone to develop dementia later in life, a new study warned today. The research by University College London (UCL) and Cardiff University follows anecdotal reports that players who head balls may be more prone ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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