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Indian-American develops handheld device for cervical cancer

Nimmi Ramanujam and her team of reseacrhers at Duke University in North Carolina say the "pocket colposcope", which can connect to a laptop or mobile phone, could even lead to women being able to self-screen. DNA, 2 weeks ago

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LAMO organises exhibition 'Postcards from College'

STATE TIMES NEWS LEH: Ladakh Media and Arts Organisation (LAMO) in collaboration University of North Carolina, Geography Department organised an exhibition ‘ postcards from college’ at LAMO Leh which was  a culmination of a yearlong project and ...
 State Times2 weeks ago

Infy to hire 2,000 locals in North Carolina

Infosys is planning to hire the first 500 of these within two years. Infosys, India’s second-largest IT services firm, said it would hire 2,000 Americans in North Carolina by 2021. The Bengaluru-headquartered company said its second technology and innovation hub would come up in the southeastern state of US out of four such proposed facilities. Infosys is planning to hire first 500 people of these 2,000 in North Carolina by the end of two years and the rest are to be hired by 2021. In ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Infosys to hire 2000 Americans in North Carolina  Sify2 weeks ago Win for Trump administration: Infosys to create 2,000 tech jobs in North Carolina by 2021  DNA2 weeks ago Infosys to create 2,000 tech jobs in North Carolina  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Despite curbs, American universities welcoming Indians: Duke University official

Uncertainty over possible restrictions on foreign students entering the USA, by the new government, has led to a decline in the number applicants to universities there. Colleges, however, are still welcoming students from India and other countries, said ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

TCS hired over 12,500 US employees over five years: Study

New Delhi/New York: Global IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) was among the top two job creators, recruiting more than 12500 US employees from 2012-2016, a recent study by The Cambridge Group said. TCS ...
 Sify4 weeks ago

New flexible devices can be powered by body heat

Scientists have designed a flexible energy harvester that may pave the way for wearable devices which are powered using only body heat. Wearable devices used to monitor a variety of health and environmental measures are becoming increasingly popular. The ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

New ultrasound 'drill' targets deep vein blood clots

Scientists have developed a new surgical tool that uses low-frequency ultrasound to break down blood clots, an advance that will significantly reduce treatment time. "Our new ultrasound tool is forward-facing, like a drill, but still breaks down clots into ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Self-monitoring doesn't improve diabetics' lives

A study has recently found that self-monitoring of blood glucose levels in Type-2 diabetes patients, who are not treated with insulin, did not improve their health-related quality of life.The results of a randomised trial suggested that self-monitoring should ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

People express more positive emotions close to death

People express unexpectedly positive emotions when they are approaching their death, even though thinking about dying can cause considerable anxiety, scientists have found. Fear of death is a fundamental part of the human experience - we dread the possibility ...
 Business Standard1 month ago People on deathbed often express positive emotions  Prokerala1 month ago

Sexting does not pose health threat: study

"Sexting" - an increasingly popular practice of sending sexually explicit texts to a romantic partner - does not appear to pose a public health threat, scientists say. Researchers found that sexting may not affect sexual activity, adding that existing studies ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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