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Dec 12, 2017
Indian scientists identify a diagnostic marker to differentiate cancerous and non-cancerous prostrate enlargementProstate cancer is the second most frequently diagnosed cancer in men worldwide.
Dec 05, 2017
Bacteria can breakdown biodiesel waste into useful productsBiodiesel production is generally expensive due to the cost of disposal of crude glycerol.
Dec 04, 2017
Study shows how motor protein Kinesin helps maintain the amount of fat in bloodTriglycerides are main components of fat, and molecules called very-low-density lipoproteins (VLDL) carry them.
Dec 01, 2017
Study of individual DNA can translate into better healthcareWith DNA testing technologies becoming affordable, the question now is ‘how fast’ rather than ‘if’ genomics will impact healthcare.
Nov 24, 2017
Scientists re-confirm possibility of large earthquakes in the HimalayasThe study is based on data collected from 70 continuous and three episodic GPS stations in different parts of country over a period of two decades from 1996 to 2015.
Nov 20, 2017
Researchers give us a peek into the history of the Indian monsoon over 8,000 yearsA team of Indian researchers has recreated a continuous history of the Indian monsoon, providing new insights into forces governing it.
Nov 13, 2017
IGIB scientists devise a way to convert biodiesel waste into green fuelManufacturing of biodiesel has increased significantly, leading to higher production of crude glycerol. Disposal of this waste is a costly affair.
Nov 09, 2017
Scientists decipher how Salmonella bacteria survives in human cellsA team led by Dr Mahak Sharma at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Mohali has uncovered the mechanism of how Salmonella manages access to membranes and nutrients in human cells
Nov 09, 2017
Delhi air pollution crisis: Environment minister Harsh Vardhan says 'no need to panic', hopes situation will return to normal soonUnion environment minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday said there was no need to panic over the poor air quality in Delhi and hoped the situation would return to normal soon
Nov 08, 2017
Scientists develop a new sensor-based technique to identify bacteria that causes throat infectionsThroat infections caused by the S. pyogenes bacteria may damage human heart valves resulting in a severe form of rheumatic heart disease, if left untreated.