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Indian-Origin Scientist Finds Cure to Leukemia in Combination of Drugs

As news of first Batman actor died of Leukemia disturbed many on Saturday, came another news cheering those suffering from blood cancer that a new drug has proved successful to ...

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Over-weight Couple Face Prospect of Late Pregnancy, Finds Indian-Origin UK Scientist

Couple who are over-weight or obese face the prospect of delayed pregnancy which is on an average half time more than what non-obese couple achieve, said a study by Dr. ...

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Indian-Origin Scientist Solves 10-year-old Mystery Over Fast Radio Busts From Universe

An Indian-origin scientist and his team from Cornell University found the origin of mysterious busts of radio waves from the cosmological source to more than 3 billion light-years away. The ...

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It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s the tiniest asteroid! – Indian Origin Scientist

Astronomers have obtained observations of the smallest asteroid ever characterized in detail. At 2 meters (6 feet) in diameter, the tiny space rock is small enough to be straddled by ...

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Indian Origin Scientist Develops New Filter to Make Dirty Water Drinkable Using Sunlight

An Indian origin scientist and his team of researchers from Washington University in St. Louis have developed a material that can filter out dirt in water with "Veritable wonder material" ...

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1 Indian-Origin Among 36 NASA Fellows Selected for 2016

NASA has selected 36 fellows for its prestigious Einstein, Hubble and Sagan fellowships, including one Indian called Dheeraj Pasham from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge. He will conduct research on “Quest ...

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Antibiotics Affect Brain, Cause Confusion, Hallucinations: Indian-Origin Neurologist

Indian-origin American researcher has found that antibiotics affect delirium in brain and cause confusion to brain function and leads to hallucinations and agitative mindset. “Delirium is a common and costly ...

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Smart Chip Developed to Connect Brain Signals to Prosthetic Limbs

Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore have developed a small smart chip that can be paired with neural implants for efficient wireless transmission of brain signals to inner organs that ...

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A Look at Your Teeth May Disclose Risk of Brain Diseases: New Study

Only a week ago, the world went gaga over William or popularly known as WO – the 33-year old Briton who had developed anterograde amnesia after going for a routine ...

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What’s in Parrot’s Tiny Brain That Makes Them Imitate Human Speech?

Parrots, which are close to humans in learning vocals and imitate sounds than any other species, a new study has found that parrot’s tiny brain is structured differently than the ...

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Gene Behind Huntington’s Disease Isolated by Indian-Origin Researcher

An Indian-origin researcher has isolated a protein, “Rhes,” that plays a key role in focusing the toxicity of Huntington’s Huntington’s disease, which attacks part of the brain destroying nerves with a ...

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Just add water, Your Computer Will Work: Stanford Engineers’ Marvel

Standford University scientist Manu Prakash and his team of students have developed a computer that can operate using the fundamental physics principle of moving water droplets generate energy, which may ...

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NASA Can Predict Solar storms 24 Hours in Advance Now

NASA scientists have successfully tested a tool to predict solar geomagnetic storms which often disrupt our own including one of Indian-origin have developed a new tool that can predict solar ...

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Raman Spectroscopy Helps Disgnose Kidney Disease Replacing Biopsies

Using Raman Spectroscopy, US-based scientists have developed a new less-invasive disgnostic tool to identify kidney diseases and assess its severity level. Otherwise, Raman spectroscopy was also being used in exploring ...

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US scientists develop single molecule diode, revolutionise nanoscale technology

Scientists have managed to develop a working diode made of a single molecule, first of its kind that will revolutionise the way nanoscale tech world functions. Latha Venkataraman, associate professor ...

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Meet Sangeeta Bhatia, $250000 Heinz Prize Winner from MIT

Sangeeta Bhatia, a scientist from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has emerged the winner of this year’s prestigious Heinz Award for developing an artificial human microlivers for drug testing. ...

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Chili pepper can burn fat, prevent weight gain: study

Junk food lover? Then add as much as pepper as possible and chilli pepper in daily eatables to prevent weight gain, if not weight loss overnight, according to a new ...

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New Microcapsule Treatment for Osteoarthritis on Anvil

A new ‘microcapsule’ treatment delivery method is developed by a team of researchers to reduce inflammation in cartilage affected by osteoarthritis and reverse damage to tissue. “If this method can ...

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Too Much Gas in Body Affects Memory, Brain Cells: Indian-Origin Scientist

An Indian-American researcher has found that gas inside the body, hydrogen sulfide, though short-lived, can impact the brain cells’ ability to use food and glucose and memory too. As it ...

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Early Use of Drug Combo Slows Heart Decline in Men Suffering From Muscular Dystrophy

A team of scientists has found that early use of heart failure drugs slows the progressive decline in heart function before symptoms are apparent in boys and young men suffering ...

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