The ventilator is easy to carry, runs on battery for 10 hours, and costs roughly $700 to produce, compared with the $20,000 of a traditional ventilator.
"We will pursue this case vigorously so that international students can continue studies without threat of deportation,” Harvard University president Lawrence Bacow said
COVID-19 spread may hasten during winter, suggest Indian scientists, as study shows high caseload in colder regions
Biochemists Dr Chandi Mandal and Dr Mahaveer Singh Panwar concluded that cold environment may be an additional risk factor for SARS-CoV-2 infection
Those attending American schools that are staying online must 'depart the country or transfer to a school with in-person instruction', according to the guidelines issued by ICE.
The indigenous Tsimane' people in Amazon rainforest, American adults and preschoolers and macaque monkeys all have a flair for recursive skills.
Amartya Sen to be awarded the 2020 Peace Prize of the German Book Trade for his work on issues around global justice
To be presented by the German Publishers and Booksellers Association, Börsenverein, the award will recognise Amartya Sen's contribution in addressing questions around social inequality in education and healthcare.
QS World University Rankings 2021: Only IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IISc make it to top 200 from India; MIT retains top spot
IIT Bombay has dropped 20 positions from last year's world university ranking, IISc dropped by one position, and IIT- Delhi's rank has slipped from the previous rank of 182.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Harvard, MIT announce pay cut and salary freeze due to economic fallout of pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent lockdown have taken toll on premier US institutions like Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Both are implementing a salary freeze and have stopped hiring new faculty.
Harvard University is offering 67 courses for free during the coronavirus pandemic that has forced countries to go into lockdown
Prestigious US educational institutions Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology are implementing salary and hiring freeze and their top leadership will take pay cuts as part of "hard choices" to control costs in a tough economic environment resulting from the global coronavirus pandemic, according to a report
Indian-American MIT professor Abhijit Banerjee said he was delighted that work focused on the world's poorest people has been awarded the Nobel Prize.
Delhi HC seeks response from Centre on petition filed by Shah Faesal, challenging his recent detention at IGI Airport
Shah Faesal was illegally picked up from New Delhi airport while on his way to complete academic fellowship at Harvard University
The bandage was far more effective than traditional bandages in healing skin wounds in pigs and mice
Arvind Subramanian criticises RBI over regulatory failures, says central bank's reports never mentioned possible IL&FS crisis
The cash-strapped IL&FS group is sitting on a debt of about Rs 94,000 crore.
India's GDP growth rate between this period should be about 4.5 percent instead of the official estimate of close to 7%, he said in a research paper published at Harvard University.
The result represents a victory for Facebook CEO Zuckerberg and his fellow executives and directors.
Fewer than ten observable asteroid collisions have taken place in the Earth's in the current millennia.
First 'Dreamer' to win Rhodes scholarship, South Korean Harvard graduate Jin Park fears he may not be able to return to US
Jin Park, 22-year-old, who lives in New York City, risks not being allowed back in the country if he enrolls at the University of Oxford in England in the fall
US Republican lawmaker Dana Rohrabacher urges Donald Trump administration to end discrimination against Asian-American students
An influential Republican lawmaker on Wednesday urged the Trump administration to bring an end to discrimination against Asian-American students applying for admission to higher educational institutions in the US.
Harvard legal team denies discrimination against Asian Americans as court showdown revives race debate in US college admissions
Harvard University intentionally uses a vague "personal rating" to reject Asian-American applicants in favor of students from other racial backgrounds, according to a trial that started Monday and carries weighty implications for dozens of other U.S. colleges.