Scientists, researchers and the pharmaceutical industry should treat Ebola as a common enemy that must be defeated with modern medicine and better health-care infrastructure. Modernisation and development should not become the reasons for such viral ... The Hindu, 1 day ago
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A joint study carried out by researchers from Cleveland, Australia, Chicago, India and Oregon that has shed new light on insulin and its structure could lead to development of new insulin products for more effective regulation of metabolism in ...MedIndia, 3 weeks ago
With a staggering population of 1.25 billion and almost half of it under the age of 25 India is confronted with enormous challenges while it plans to fulfil the aspirations of its people. Despite these challenges, it has the potential to become a ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
As the search for the 2015 batch of the Rhodes scholars begins, Sanchayan Bhattacharjee talks to the earlier recipients on what it is like to be a Rhodes Scholar. Every student dreams of studying at a foreign university. A couple of constraints ...ZeeNews.com, 2 months ago
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