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Hot antidote for cool climes
Conventional wisdom says that the build up of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is not good for the earth’s inhabitants. Carbon dioxide absorbs heat, passes it around, and raises the earth’s temperatures. The rising temperatures release more carbon dioxide, and the gas absorbs more heat, pa...  | Read.. 
The new silk route
Subhas Kundu was always interested in silkworms. When the biotechnologist was a child growing up in a remote village in the West Midnapore district of ...  | Read.. 
Hot antidote for cool climes
Royal disease
Jaundice, icterus, hepatitis.” These three terms are interchanged by people to describe what they believe is a single common affliction, a diseas ...  | Read..