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Caste in the genes
Biologist Kumarasamy Thangaraj finds himself treading the turf of historians. A scientist at the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) in Hyderabad, Thangaraj has been using genetic material from ethnic and caste communities from across India to piece together the social and migratory his...  | Read.. 
Precious waste
Researchers in Pune have enlisted the services of a commonly found fungus to rip a high-value industrial chemical from a cheap, abundantly available w ...  | Read.. 
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Software services tomorrow
India’s software industry is growing at 32-33 per cent a year, four times as fast as the rest of the economy which grows at eight-nine per cent. The software services segment of this industry is estimated by the trade body Nasscom to reach $17.5 ...  | Read.. 
 
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