The Telegraph
| Monday, January 18, 2016 |


Paper power

Scientists at Guwahati have developed a paper-based sensor that can detect diseases associated with the pancreas, says T.V. Jayan

India's efforts to develop cheap but highly accurate do-it-yourself diagnostic kits received a boost with researchers at a national institute at Guwahati developing a paper-based sensor that can help detect diseases ranging from kidney damage to... | Read»

Netflix is here. Yawn

BITS & BYTES / Surit Doss

A poor list of movies and TV serials and censorship seem to have taken the charm out of Netflix, which launched in India this month. Much of the euphoria has also been dampened by our broadband problems. | Read»

Take care of your thyroid

The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland situated in the front of the neck. It releases hormones that control many functions in the body such as breathing, heart rate, metabolic rate, body temperature, menstrual cycles and the lipid profile (mainly... | Read»