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Nov 07, 2017
Indian scientists discover that cardamonin is effective in preventing and controlling colorectal cancerResearchers conducted studies on mouse induced with colorectal cancer using drugs as well as human cancer cell lines, and cardamonin was effective.
Oct 24, 2017
Chinese scientist develops an intellectual suit which can detect temperature and the health of a personThe suit, via wireless transmission, can send signals to a cellphone, a computer, or even to a doctor's computer a thousand miles away.
Sep 29, 2017
Scientists from UK have developed a smartphone-based test to detect HIVScientists have developed a novel smartphone-based test that uses a single drop of blood from a patient to detect HIV in just 10 seconds.
Aug 27, 2017
Donald Trump's cybersecurity advisers resign en masse, accuse US president of ignoring national security7 members of Donald Trump's cybersecurity team, including an Indian-origin data scientist, have resigned, accusing the US president of ignoring the pressing national security matters.
Aug 25, 2017
Chinese scientists develop a super steel with high strength and ductilityChinese scientists said on Thursday they have developed a super steel that has a high level of both strength and ductility.
Aug 20, 2017
British scientists develop world's smallest surgical robot that can mimic human armBritish scientists have developed the worlds smallest surgical robot which could transform daily operations for tens of thousands of patients.
Aug 02, 2017
Scientists are using big data technology to find oil, gas, copper and mineralsThe technique goes beyond traditional Geology by amassing data about how and where minerals have formed.
Aug 02, 2017
Scientists have developed a smartphone app that helps people learn how to take a selfieIf you love taking selfies, but do not know how to take the best shot, there is help at hand.
Jul 24, 2017
Scientists in US to produce sterile machine-raised mosquitoes to reduce spread of diseasesAlphabet Inc. and scientists in the US have teamed up to release 20 million machine-raised mosquitoes to shrink the numbers of the disease-carrying ones.
Jul 10, 2017
British researchers develop non-invasive smartphone app to monitor glucose level in the bodyBritish scientists have developed a new smartphone app that can help measure and monitor blood glucose levels without using a drop of blood.