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Nobel laureate Dr Khorana: 'Considerate, most remarkable man'

Uttam RajBhandary, the Lester Wolfe Professor of Molecular Biology and Associate Head of the Department of Biology at MIT, knew Dr Har Gobind Khorana for close to half a century. Many consider him......

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......

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......

How unaccounted pathogens pose real risk to the world

The biological weapons convention is a non-starter in spite of the efforts of many states in the world for the last five decades mainly because the US is not ready to accept the ‘verification......

US names mountain after an Indian-American scientist

In a rare honour, the United States has named a mountain in Antarctica after eminent Indian-American scientist Akhouri Sinha whose pioneering biological research expedition has provided vital data......

Genetically modified crops' field trials put on hold

In a move that marks the first successful policy intervention of Swadeshi Jagaran Manch and Bharatiya Kisan Sangh -- both affiliates of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh -- the Narendra Modi-led......

Bill Gates heaps praises on India's 'vaccine heroes'

Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has showered rich praise on companies from emerging nations, including India, for donning the role of 'hidden vaccine heroes' and driving down their cost to......

Nestle's cumin extract patent bid raises hackles

The age-old Indian home remedy of dadima ka nuskha (grandma’s advice) using kala jeera or kalaunji to treat many ailments might not be as freely available if a Nestle move comes off. The......

GMOs - from war to dialog?

Indian scientists who wrote to the PM last week are not entirely rejecting GMOs but instead asking for caution and further testing to establish their safety, writes Rajni Bakshi. When dignitaries......

Why Bellary is to bleed again

It’s sleepless nights again for the residents of Kamtur village. Located on the fringes of the Kumaraswamy forest range, one of the six iron ore-bearing mountaintops in Karnataka’s......

Jilla is a commercial entertainer

Vijay and Mohanlal starrer Jilla is your everyday Madurai-based action thriller set in the backdrop of the special bond shared by a father and his devoted foster son, says reviewer S......

Seventeen athletes face bans after blood profile changes

Seventeen athletes face doping bans after abnormalities were detected in the International Association of Athletics Federations' (IAAF) biological passports which track changes in their blood......

  People speak for department of biology

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Q. Johnsonson and Master are famous for What?
:  A. The Masters and Johnson research team, composed of William H. Masters and Virginia E. Johnson, pioneered research into the nature of human sexual...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/johnsonson-and-master-are-famous-for-what//answers/20383427

Asadulla Majeed
Q. Do You Believe that Evolution is True?
Asadulla Majeed:  A. Evolution is clearly NOT True. It was thought up so that we people can challenge God the Creator. Evolution is a theory. It has not been proven...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/do-you-believe-that-evolution-is-true/20383423/answers/19963211

Mike Tison
Q. During the British Rule in India, educated young men from learned and decent families used to take up the profession of policeman. There was a social status even for exams like ICS, since very few people had their BA degree completed at that time. Now, police departments are full of uneducated, lower-middle class and unsocial youths of infamous family background- they take up such profession as they have no other options to choose. Would that change the character of modern-day police force?
Mike Tison:  A. Yes are u are right in earlier days ppl studies for social status but now a days ppl study for money that is why ppl seeking biology and aspiring...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/during-the-british-rule-in-india-educated-young-men-from-lea/19963205/answers/17861006

  Web results for Department Of Biology
India-US defence cooperation

Prime Minister Narendrabhai Damodardass Modi is slated to visit US in September for the UN General Assembly. He will also meet Barak Obama in... ...

http://echoofindia.com/reflex-action/india-us-defence-cooperation-66177
Single animal to human transmission event responsible for 2014 Ebola outbreak

NIH-funded scientist uses latest genomic technology to make discovery Scientists used advanced genomic sequencing technology to identify a single... ...

http://www.pressreleasepoint.com/single-animal-human-transmission-event-responsible-2014-ebola-outbreak
Elephant dies in Bihar Tiger Reserve

Patna: An elephant died Friday at Valmikinagar Tiger Reserve (VTR) in West Champaran district of Bihar, around 200 km northwest of the state... ...

http://zeenews.india.com/news/sci-tech/elephant-dies-in-bihar-tiger-reserve_1462154.html
ChemImage to Discuss Hyperspectral Imaging for Forensic Investigation at the ANZFSS 22nd International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences

PITTSBURGH, Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- ChemImage will present a workshop focused on hyperspectral imaging at the Australian and New... ...

http://www.itnewsonline.com/prnewswire/ChemImage-to-Discuss-Hyperspectral-Imaging-for-Forensic-Investigation-at-the-ANZFSS-22nd-International-Symposium-on-the-Forensic-Sciences/339851
'Junk' blood tests may offer life-saving information

Contaminated blood tests that are usually tossed into the bin can be used by clinicians to provide more targeted antibiotics to the patients,... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/junk-blood-tests-may-offer-life-saving-information-114082900569_1.html

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