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Breakthrough: Indian Scientists Re-Design Anti-Cancer Drug To Make It More Effective

Developing an anti-cancer drug is not a cup of tea and the drugs are generally very toxic and lead to serious health issues among the patients. Few Indian researchers have re-designed one of those to...  Read More

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Chatterbaby – a New App used to detect an Infant’s Crying Pattern

Newly married couples having their first baby undergo many challenges such as identifying the crying pattern of the newly born. For them, Ariana Anderson who is from the David Geff...   Read More

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The No-Equipment Cardio Workout

Burning calories is a major task for many and especially with a hectic schedule. A solution for that is the 30-minutes workout routine called “The Drop” created by Brea...   Read More

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Partnership for Artificial Intelligence and Automation in Healthcare (PATH) to Improve Patient Access to Quality Care

The Partnership for Artificial Intelligence and Automation in Healthcare (PATH), is promoting the use of AI, and related technologies in healthcare in order to move patient access ...   Read More

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Mammalian Cells Turned Into Complex Biocomputers

A research team, from Boston University (BU), has come up with a way of genetically engineering the DNA of human cells to carry out complex computations, in return turning the cell...   Read More

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Brain imaging could be revolutionised by using wearable brain scanner one can move around in

Recently, British scientists in Nottingham, have invented a new type of brain scanner that can be worn on the head, allowing patients to move while being scanned. The technique is...   Read More

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“KatharoSeq” – A new technique that finds its fit in aiding newborns, spacecraft and endangered shellfish

A recently recognized technique called KatharoSeq (“Katharos” Greek meaning “pure”, and “Seq” for Sequencing) can now reveal previously undetect...   Read More

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Now blood pressure can be checked by this new App in Smartphones

A team of scientists, including a few scientists of Indian-origin, has created a smartphone application and hardware that could monitor the blood pressure instantly without any err...   Read More

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Iranian Scientists design smart shoes for diabetes patients

In an ever-evolving world where technology is slowly creeping from our desktops and walls to our wrists and heads, scientists in Iran have developed shoes that use multiple sensors...   Read More

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HP has introduced Computers That Can Be Sterilized

HP unveils a new line of computers exclusively targeted for hospitals. HP has announced 3 models that will hit the market by May 2018, namely - EliteOne 800 Healthcare Edition All-...   Read More

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BrainQ aims to develop a cure in the stroke and spinal cord injury space

BrainQ, the Israel-based neurotech startup, is aiming to take on brain-computer interface companies like Kernel and Neuralink. While Elon Musk’s Neuralink plans to plant comp...   Read More


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