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Sweet study Honey bees originally from Asia, not Africa

Aug 25, 2014

Sweet study Honey bees originally from Asia, not Africa

Researchers found that honeybees seem to be derived from an ancient lineage of cavity-nesting bees that arrived from Asia around 300,000 years ago and rapidly spread across Europe and Africa. #science #Europe #Asia #Africa #Study #research #Insects #Animal life #Honey bees
PM Modi goes for check-up at AIIMS; patients and staff hindered

Aug 25, 2014

PM Modi goes for check-up at AIIMS; patients and staff hindered

The country's premier All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) was converted into a fortress on Sunday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi went there for a routine check-up. #Prime Minister #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #All India Institute of Medical Sciences #Modi #AIIMS #PM Modi
SC refuses to defer civil services prelims examination

Aug 23, 2014

SC refuses to defer civil services prelims examination

The bench granted a patient hearing for around half-an-hour but did not agree with the contention of the petitioner that the examination procedure favours students of science background. #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #UPSC #Civil Services #English Comprehensive section #Science stream
Botox could help treat stomach cancers Scientists

Aug 21, 2014

Botox could help treat stomach cancers Scientists

Scientists have suggested that Botox, the popular wrinkle eraser, could also be effective in treating stomach cancers. #cancer treatment #botox #stem cells #Vagotomy #Stomach Cancer #Norwegian University of Science and Technology #Science Translational Medicine #Gastrocopy

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India's clean energy at the cost of biodiversity?

Jun 05, 2013

India's clean energy at the cost of biodiversity?

Biodiversity conservationists say that solar, wind and hydel power projects sound the death knell for many animal species. #World #India #climate change #Solar energy #National Solar Mission #MoEF #World Environment Day #Bio diversity #UNFCC #ATREE #National Environmental Sciences Program
India, US firms join hands to make HIV war affordable

Jul 12, 2011

India, US firms join hands to make HIV war affordable

A big US pharma company has finally taken proactive measures (learning from history no doubt) to license innovative drugs to low-cost drug makers in India so that they reach the people who need them the most. #Ranbaxy Laboratories #GeekSpeak #HIV/AIDS #Antiretroviral drug #Gilead Sciences

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India, US firms join hands to make HIV war affordable

Aug 28, 2014

Interview: Inside Google Brain Founder Andrew Ng's Plans To Transform Baidu

Little known outside China, the Chinese search engine Baidu scored a coup earlier this year when it hired Andrew Ng to be chief scientist and open a new artificial intelligence lab in Silicon Valley. Ng, a Stanford computer science professor who head... #China #Stanford University #Silicon Valley #Google Inc.
India, US firms join hands to make HIV war affordable

Aug 28, 2014

Oscars 2014: Academy names Governors Awards recipients

The Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said Thursday that it would present Harry Belafonte with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and give honorary Oscars to Jean-Claude Carriere, Hayao Miyazaki and Maureen O'Har... #Harry Belafonte #Academy Awards #Hayao Miyazaki #Maureen O'Hara #Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
India, US firms join hands to make HIV war affordable

Aug 28, 2014

Bits Blog: Looking to the Future of Data Science

The future of data science lies beyond the big-data focus on predictions and recommendations, according to Oren Etzioni, a leading computer scientist... #Harry Belafonte #Academy Awards #Hayao Miyazaki #Maureen O'Hara #Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences