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Jan 04, 2019
The Life Science Tech unit of Google's parent company raised $1 bn in investmentsVerily said the new fund would support its investments, including in potential acquisitions.
Oct 18, 2018
Nine scientists win 'Oscars in Science', take home 2019 Breakthrough Prize5 of them won the Breakthrough Prize in Life Science for finding powerful solutions to cure disease.
Aug 30, 2018
RRB Group D Examination 2018: Pattern, section-wise marks released; recruitment likely to start on 17 SeptemberThe details for the RRB Group D examinations have been released by the Railway Recruitment Board, including the syllabus, pattern, and mark scheme.
Jun 19, 2018
Scientists find new type of photosynthesis that may redirect hunt for alien lifeScientists have found a new kind of photosynthesis that could have huge consequences for life on Earth and beyond
Mar 07, 2018
Women in Science: At IISER Mohali, Mahak Sharma studies trafficking pathways of cellsMahak Sharma, a cell biologist and assistant professor at IISER Mohali, studies membrane trafficking pathways in the cell.
Dec 08, 2015
Former Google life sciences unit renames itself VerilyAlphabet Inc's life sciences unit, which was previously a part of the tech company's Google X research and development unit, has picked Verily
Aug 22, 2015
L stands for Life Sciences: Google X life sciences team to become independent firm under AlphabetGoogle's popular Life Sciences units (popular for Smart contact lens) that was previously under Google X, will now walk out to become an independent company under the Alphabet umbrella. Andy Conrad will become its CEO.
Feb 27, 2015
Budget 2015: Healthcare industry seeks profit linked incentivesArray
Sep 25, 2013
DistilBio Enterprise Launched For The Life SciencesThe platform combines graph-based search and analytics with advanced data integration technology that cuts across data silos.
Nov 20, 2012
Ban on animal dissection: Will India's life sciences suffer?Will the University Grants Commission guidelines curbing animal dissections by undergraduate biology students take the edge off Indian students in the international arena?