Zheng was arrested in December 2019 at the Boston Airport with 21 vials of cancer cells in a sock in his suitcase, headed to China.
Renowned clinical, vaccine scientist Gagandeep Kang resigns as Director, Translational Health Sciences and Technology Institute
Dr Kang is the first woman from India to be elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.
Researchers say findings may also pave the way to regenerative therapy of organs besides the heart.
Despite a national policy draft being put in place by the Central government, there’s a lack of awareness on the issue of rare diseases.
Big data analytics in healthcare: Fuelled by wearables and apps, medical research takes giant leap forward
Big data analytics has decreased the time required to double medical knowledge by half, thus compressing healthcare innovation cycle period
Equestrian sports are as sick as you can get them. Nothing can disguise the cruelty — both during and after — to the animals whether it's the huge prize money, the fashion show of the spectators, the glittering prizes or the media coverage.
A long-term memory test combined with a brain scan could help in early diagnosis of people with Alzheimer's disease, a new study suggests.
Beagles, bred and kept alive in captivity, finally saw the light of the day when they were released from the confines of their cages.