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Battling dementia
Arun Ghosh may have worked in the world’s foremost laboratories for nearly two decades, but he is still bedazzled by science and what scientists are able to achieve. He is amazed at the advances in genetic engineering, and the ways in which biologists manipulate genes to make animals as pliant ...  | Read.. 
Scan to Replace mammography'
More than 30,000 cancer experts gathered from across the world at the annual ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology) Conference in Chicago recent ...  | Read.. 
When food is fuel
In a world’s first, a consortium of researchers in Andhra Pradesh has developed a sweet sorghum hybrid that yields both fuel and food. While biof ...  | Read.. 
Farm milk everyday keeps asthma away
Little Rhea’s porcelain features contort with pain every time she suffers a fit of cough. In a matter of minutes, her pink face changes various ...  | Read.. 
Battling dementia
Lab report
Cucumber is sweet
Rocks for arsenic
Mac tips and tricks
Bits & Bytes / SURIT DOSS
These days there are some wonderful videos available on YouTube. Last month I showed you how to convert them to your iPod using Windows. Since then I have received several queries from readers wanting to know how this could be done on a Mac. The Mac ...  | Read.. 
My kid refuses to eat
My six-year-old daughter does not eat. She hates food and runs ...  | Read.. 
Why Corner
Why does hair turn grey'