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Indian Origin Researcher Develops New Genetic Tool to Detect Heart Diseases

As already known, genetic factors do contribute significantly to cardio-vascular heart diseases but recent advances in genetics have led to the identification of many Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms, or SNPs — ...

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Detecting Alzheimer’s 18 Years Early Possible: Indian-origin scientist

Scientists believe Alzheimer’s begins decades before it was found and now they say simples tests can predict the incidence of the disease in 18 years before it gets detected with ...

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Meet Indian-Origin Boy Who Won Intel Young Scientist Award

Befitting Indians’ quest for kinowledge since ancient times, Indian boys in the US are bringing accolades to the field of science that knows no boundaries or genes. Meet Karan Jerath, ...

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Blood Group A or B? No worry, soon all become common ‘O’ donors

Since Type ‘O’ blood is universal donor, researchers have achieved to make other Type A and Type B groups of blood into former, a breakthrough in making all donated blood ...

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Meet Ronan, Indian-origin millionaire caught shoplifting in UK

An Indian-origin millionaire director of a company in Britain was caught in a supermarket hiding in his bag meat and wine worth 200 pounds (about $300), and has been awarded ...

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Turmeric can help treat oral cancers quelling HPV in mouth

Advocated in ancient Hindu civilization as Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric was known to have boosting powers of immunity earlier, depending upon the digestible form and absorption levels. The familiar yellow spice ...

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Who’s Frank Islam? How He Made His Dreams Come True Abroad

He was born in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh, shifted to the US when he was just 15 and now lives in a 40,000-square-foot mansion that has a five-bedroom guest house and ...

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Indian-origin researcher finds potential treatment for drug-resistant TB

An Indian-origin scientist and his team have developed a new drug that may serve as a treatment against multi-drug resistant tuberculosis, which has emerged as a challenge to cure for ...

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Researchers Extract Biodiesel, Jetfuel from Single Algae with Abundant Potential

A common algae food for fish holds promise as a source of both biodiesel and jet fuel is likely to revolutionize the fuel for transportation in the future, if vested ...

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Parchuri Balagopal, Andhra Man in South Carolina, Shot Dead by Robbers

A 42-year-old Indian American, hailing from Andhra Pradesh, was shot dead by unidentified robbers in South Carolina, his family members said on Saturday. Parchuri Balagopal, who was running a gas ...

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UK-based Hindujas Buy London’s Iconic Old War Office of Churchill

The Hinduja Group has acquired a significant chunk of world history — the Old War Office Building in London, once the hub of British war time prime minister Winston Churchill, ...

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Low blood sugar too causes damage to your heart: New Study

Low blood sugar or hypoglycaemia, which occurs when a patient’s blood glucose goes dangerously low, can trigger potentially fatal cardiovascular events like stroke or heart attack, a new research led ...

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Radiation Exposure Causes Brain Tumours Before 30-yrs Age: Study of Indian-Origin Neurosurgeon Shows

Exposure to radiation either as a result of a nuclear accident or during treatment of diseases may increase the risk of brain tumours in people under the age of 30, ...

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Dancing Her Way to Ph.D. : Indian-Origin Scientist on Tornadoes Wins Challenge in US

Uma Nagendra, an Indian scientist who danced to explain her research topic on tornadoes, has won the top prize in the 2014 ‘Dance Your PhD’ contest. She is a Ph.D. ...

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How Naturally Devised Nisin Antibiotics Enzyme Develops? A 25-Year-Old Mystery Solved Now

A group of researchers from the University of Illinois, including an Indian, solved a 25-year-old mystery on how Nisin, a powerful antibiotic agent is made in nature. Nisin is a ...

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