Cytokine storm is an inflammatory condition associated with COVID-19 infection that occurs when a person’s body releases too many pro-inflammatory cytokines.
US immigration department says it may not grant visas to new students if colleges conduct courses online
The policy to deport already enrolled foreign students if they took classes online was rescinded after being challenged by eight federal lawsuits
The Legacy Survey of Space and Time telescope should be able to confirm or rule out if Planet X is a black hole or not.
COVID-19 Vaccine Update: Harvard studies show DNA vaccines provide partial immunity and antibodies prevent reinfection
One thing that the world didn’t know so far was if an infected person who recovers from the infection is safe from reinfection.
New study suggests COVID-19 may become seasonal; countries must continue physical distancing until 2022
A recent study by Harvard scientists has suggested that a one-time practice of physical distancing will not be enough to counter this global pandemic.
Coronavirus Global Roundup April 16: Nearly a million cases in Europe, China and Singapore report an increase in local cases
While major hotspots such as Italy and Spain have seen a decline in death rate, cases have doubled in the last ten days in western Europe.
World will require intermittent social distancing till 2022 to fight coronavirus, suggests Harvard study; says COVID-19 revival can't be ruled out
A Harvard study has said that the world would require repeated periods of social distancing till 2022 to reduce pressure on hospitals
Lead author of the study Maryam Farvid said that no previous study has examined diet during adolescence or early adulthood and its link to breast cancer risk.
Cambridge City Council passes resolution against CAA, NRC a week after Seattle, becomes second US body to tread on similar path
An American city council which houses some of the top universities of the world, including Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has passed a resolution against the CAA and end the NRC
The woman behind Oscar-winning Parasite: All you need to know about Miky Lee, South Korean entertainment's biggest mogul
Behind Parasite, and Korea's, rise to the front of the cinematic conversation is Miky Lee, whose $4.1 billion entertainment empire serves as the foundation for much of the cultural output of the country.
'Muslims living in India for generations will become Stateless': MIT students, faculty, alumni condemn CAA, NRC; full text
The students, faculty, staff, alumni and affiliates of Boston’s Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) issued a statement expressing solidarity with the protests being witnessed across India against the amended Citizenship Act
Empty cartridge found from violence-hit area near Jamia Millia Islamia, but Delhi Police didn't fire, say MHA officials
The police did not fire any bullet on protesters near Jamia Millia Islamia here on Sunday, but an empty cartridge was found from the area, a senior Home Ministry official said on Tuesday
CAA protests: After Oxford, Harvard and MIT, London universities demonstrate against police crackdown in Jamia Millia Islamia, AMU
The ripple effect of protests on campuses across the country reached top educational institutions in the world including Oxford, Harvard and Yale and MIT, where students and scholars staged demonstrations against the police crackdown on students of Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)
Attacks on Abhijit Banerjee are repulsive, but Nobel prize does not put him above legitimate critique
The news of Mumbai-born Banerjee—a Bengali who grew up in Kolkata and studied in JNU winning the coveted award (never mind his co-awardees) exploded as a mega bombshell on India’s polarised political climate
Indian-American Abhijit Banerjee, wife Esther Duflo win Nobel in Economics: all you need to know about the prize-winning couple
Banerjee, born in 1961 in Mumbai, received his undergraduate degree from the University of Calcutta, and a master's degree from the Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi.
Inside Bill's Brain review: Netflix docu series focuses more on Gates Foundation and less on Microsoft co-founder
Netflix docu-series Inside Bill's Brain does more than enough justice to the trajectory of Gates' life following his exit from Microsoft in 2008.
The families ensnared in the college bribery scandal embody wealth and privilege in America: CEOs, Hollywood stars, Wall Street millionaires. A California vineyard owner. A prominent Manhattan lawyer.
Harvard, MIT and 63 other US universities oppose Donald Trump administration's stringent visa policy for foreign students
The new policy announced by the Trump administration in August places restrictions on overstaying a visa
Methane has 85 times the global warming potential carbon dioxide has over a 20-year time period.