The Telegraph
| Monday, December 29, 2014 |


Cables for cure

A new technology may avert air crashes as well as help diagnose diseases, writes T.V. Jayan

Diagnosing diseases may just have become swifter, easier - and perhaps cheaper. A team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bangalore has tweaked a new class of optical sensors to create biomedical diagnostic technology,... | Read»

Teething problems

BITS & BYTES / Surit Doss

q+a I have recently upgraded my Dell laptop to Windows 8.1 from Windows 8. Since then, I am unable to connect my mobile phones to the laptop through Bluetooth. The system on my laptop is up to date. . | Read»

What a pain!

Everyone feels pain at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, there is no machine to objectively assess pain. Physicians have to rely on what the patient says. Sensitivity to pain varies - acute pain may make a person only grit her teeth and... | Read»