A mysterious chronic kidney disease is afflicting a large number of people in India and Sri Lanka. Despite decades of studies, scientists are yet to pinpoint the cause of the disease. Vibha Varshney travels to Sri Lanka and analyses the state of research, ... Down to Earth, 1 week ago
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Billions of dollars are spent every year on scientific research for noble causes such as lifting people out of poverty and caring for the environment sometimes successfully and sometimes not. A new study identified what was critical in leading to ...FnBnews.com, 1 week ago
ICRISAT and Biotech Consortium India Ltd organize workshop on Safety Assessment of Genetically Modified Crops
20) ICRISAT and Biotech Consortium India Ltd organize workshop on Safety Assessment of Genetically Modified (GM) Crops Hyderabad, India (23 November 2013) The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) and the ...ICRISAT, 2 weeks ago
(Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Targeted News Service Targeted News Service ALEXANDRIA, Va., Nov. 20 -- The following federal patents were awarded to inventors in New York. *** HSBC Technology & Services Assigned Patent ...TMC Net, 2 weeks ago
India’s first inter-planetary flight is now well on its way. Once the satellite orbits the Red Planet, the country will become the fourth in the world to achieve the feat. Vibha Varshney reports from Sriharikota on how the mission aims to demonstrate ...Down to Earth, 3 weeks ago
First Food, a unique collection of recipes from different parts of India, brings to life the magic that takes place once biodiversity is combined with culinary dexterity. First Food: A Taste of India's Biodiversity Ed. by Sunita Narain, Vibha ...The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
There are various kinds of maps in the world. Some are about power and control, staking out territory or resource; their preferred perch is the flattened grid of a monocultural imagination, political, cultural, or environmental. But there are other ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
Three days after the dreaded Cyclone Phailin battered the heavily populated eastern coast of India with torrential rain and terrifying winds in excess of 200 kilometers (124 miles) an hour, a delicate consensus has emerged on its impact. As ...Bloomberg, 1 month ago
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