The Telegraph
| Monday, April 13, 2015 |


Man of many parts

For Aravinda Chakravarti, gastronomy and genetics go hand in hand. One of the leaders of the Human Genome Project, he tells T.V. Jayan that scientists now have the technologies to be able to find the causes of every human disease

Having two research papers published in two top scientific journals in the same week is not unheard of but it is rather rare. But two papers that deal with totally unconnected diseases? That's Aravinda Chakravarti, one of the towering scientific... | Read»

Be my eyes

BITS & BYTES / Surit Doss

"Whenever we have a break, many of us play casual games like Angry Bird, Jelly Splash or Fruit Ninja. I think we can do better." So Hans Jørgen Wilberg launched a path-breaking new app that is aiding blind people all over the world. | Read»

Complete course to cure TB

March 24 was world tuberculosis (TB) day. Our country has 2.2 million cases of TB out of a global incidence of 8.7 million. The problem in India is compounded by irresponsible individuals who are irregular with treatment or discontinue it. This... | Read»