The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
This wonder chip detects heart attacks
Electrical engineer Ramagopal Rao has shrunk an entire cardiac diagnostic laboratory into a matchbox-sized silicon chip. His laboratory has no technicians, no test-tubes, no microscopes — just a tiny ‘biochip’ that provides an instant picture of the health of the heart. ...  | Read.. 
Tracing the footprints of the universe
The Nobel Prize for Physics, 2006, has been won by two cosmologists, John C. Mather of the Goddard Space Flight Centre, National Administration of Spa ...  | Read.. 
Silencing specific genes
Andrew Z. Fire of the Stanford University School of Medicine and Craig C. Mello of the University of Massachusetts Medical School won the Nobel Prize ...  | Read.. 
This wonder chip detects heart attacks
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Professional vs home versions
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Back-breaking dengue
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