Sunday, April 11, 2021

Purnima

Neuro Ophthalmic Eye Conditions, Disorders & Treatment

The treatment of visual problems due to nervous system rather than the eye itself come under Neuro-ophthalmology, a subspecialty of both neurology and ophthalmology. Neuro-ophthalmologists are responsible for diagnosis and treatment of all nerve-related problems affecting your vision, eyeball...

20 new gnat species discovered in Brazil

Scientists believe that Brazil holds 15-20% of the all the biodiversity on Earth- the reason for which might be the heterogenity of natural habitats and its dimension. A research that was conducted in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest under the supervision...

Mosquitoes carrying malaria eliminated in laboratory

A research team from the Imperial College, London was successful in crashing caged populations of the malaria vector mosquito Anopheles gambiae in only 7-11 generations. These are the first experiments that have been able to completely hinder the reproductive...

New test procedure can rev up diagnosis of multi-resistant hospital pathogens

Researchers from the University of Cologne's Faculty of Medicine and the German Center for Infection Research (DZIF) have taken a great step forward by accelerating the diagnosis of multi-resistant hospital pathogens. The research team used a novel immunochromatographic method, and found...

Radiation from CT scans may increase risk of brain cancer

CT scans, which are generally used for the purpose of medical imaging, may lead to increase in the risk of developing brain tumors, claims a study published recently in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Using computed tomography (CT)...

Improved diabetes drug has better side-effect tolerance

Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and Syracuse University have developed a new drug for Type 2 diabetes by modifying the key ingredient in most diabetes drugs that are available in the market. Scientists developed a compound that proved...

DRDO successfully conducts flight test of ‘Abhyas’

New Delhi, May 13 The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on Monday conducted successfully flight test of ‘Abhyas, a high-speed expendable aerial target (HEAT), which offers a realistic threat scenario for practice of weapon systems. The flight test was conducted...

Machines more trusted than humans for sharing data : Study

People tend to trust machines more than humans when it comes to sharing private information and access to their financial data, an Indian-origin researcher has stressed. People who trusted machines were significantly more likely to hand over their credit card...

A million species threatened with extinction: IPBES

Paris, May 6 Nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history and the rate of species' extinction is accelerating, with grave impacts on people around the world now likely, a landmark new report from the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform...

Scientists have found a new way of blending metals

Researchers in Japan have come up with a new way to create innovative materials by blending metals with precision control. Their approach is based on a concept known as atom hybridization, and it will open up the doors to...

About Me

0 POSTS
0 COMMENTS

Latest News

India’s retail inflation likely rose in March but stayed within target

It has been reported by a Reuters poll that India’s retail inflation had edged up to a four-month high...

Investment in IPO: What Points You Should Keep In Mind?

Deciding on investing in an IPO is as tedious as choosing career goals. It involves adequate research and dedicated quality time in analyzing the...

Nokia C10, C20: Entry-level smartphones with Unisoc chip, starting from Rs. 6,670

Nokia has been offering entry-level smartphones under its C series. Two new smartphones- Nokia C10 and Nokia C20 have been launched virtually by Nokia-branding...

Covid resurgence could derail Indian Economy: Oxford Economics

The Coronavirus resurgence in India has led many rating agencies to revisit their stance on India’s economic growth, one such organization is the Oxford...

The real consequences of Climate-Change: A Pandemic, Rising Inequalities and crumbling livelihoods

It's so good to be a Human being in this covetous World but being human does not make us less worried about every other...