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US: Indian professor among 3 killed in shootout

Indian-American professor Gopi K Podila, chairman of the department of Biological Sciences and two other faculty members, Maria Ragland Davis and Adriel Johnson, were shot dead at the University of......

China: Scientists to study oldest animals

Scientists have moved a step closer to decipher the development biology of the oldest animals on earth after researching on 600-million-years-old embryo fossils found in southwest China's Guizhou......

A tiny way to fight the big C

Scientists in Israel have built a tiny biological computer that might be able to diagnose and treat certain types of cancer, says the journal Nature. Instead of silicon chips and electrical......

National Woman Bioscientist Awards: 2003

The Department of Biotechnology invites nominations from women scientists currently working in the areas of biology and biotechnology and have made outstanding contributions in research, product......

3 reasons that endeared Yogi Adityanath to Shah-Modi

If Modi and Shah did not project Adityanath as CM, it was out of expediency, says Radhika Ramaseshan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Prime Minister Narendra Modi is known to pull off......

How the Infosys founders are giving back to the start-up ecosystem

'In certain sectors we want to become catalysts, in others we want to encourage.' S D Shibulal discusses Axilor Ventures with Ayan Pramanik and Raghu Krishnan.   IMAGE: Along with other......

2 lakh to 3300 crore: The BYJU's Classes success story

'A business cannot be driven by the passion to make money, the passion to change society is far more important.''After a certain point, what value has money to a person?' A son of teachers,......

Vishal Rao's innovation: A cheap voice box for throat cancer patients

An oncologist, Vishal Rao built an innovative voice prosthesis that costs just Rs 50 to help people who've lost their voices, finds Alnoor Peermohamed. IMAGE: Vishal Rao who dreamt of......

Infosys co-founder to launch app chronicling Indian IT

After his retirement from Infosys last year, Gopalakrishnan has been active in philanthropy, science and technology Infosys co-founder and former CEO & MD Kris Gopalakrishnan will launch a mobile......

Waste not, want not

The problem of waste is a problem of finding solutions that can match our pockets and our regulatory and governance abilities, notes Sunita Narain India has a huge waste problem -- from untreated......

Medical experts want Rio Olympics delayed or moved due to Zika

IMAGE: A municipal worker stands next to a banner that reads, "Rio Carnival 2016" before spraying insecticide to prevent the spread of Zika's vector. Photograph: Pilar Olivares/Reuters More than......
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KLCDA plans to implement wetlands model to revive polluted lake

While the urban development department is chalking out engineering methods to revive the 900-acre Bellandur lake, the Karnataka Lake Conservation... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/607424/klcda-plans-implement-wetlands-model.html
Take part in neighbourhood tree survey, save greenery

Here is another chance to save trees in your neighbourhood. The fourth edition of the Neighbourhood Trees Campaign allows people to count the... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/607252/take-part-neighbourhood-tree-survey.html
'Politics playing impt role in marine fisheries governance'

Politics, rather than science, is playing an important role in marine fisheries governance, especially in South Asian countries, according to a... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/politics-playing-impt-role-in-marine-fisheries-governance-117041801043_1.html
25 is 'golden age' when humans outsmart computers

Are you 25 or turning 25? Good news for you guys! A study finds that 25, on average, is the golden age when humans can outsmart computers with... ...

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World Oral Cancer Congress in B'luru

The International Academy of Oral Oncology (IAOO), a multi-disciplinary organisation with its head office in New York, launched its India chapter... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/606274/world-oral-cancer-congress-bluru.html

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