The Telegraph
| Monday, October 17, 2016 |


Bone again

Scientists are trying to come up with a procedure that would encourage bone formation, essential for those who have fragile bones, reports T.V. Jayan

Ever wondered how a broken limb gets healed? A cast for immobilising the snapped bone is just one part of the story. Equally important is triggering the kind of stimuli that would set off new bone formation. | Read»

A new power holds Sway

Unveiling the latest art and style of presentation

#TechTonic / Surit Doss

Power Point just became passé. Holding sway is this new, trendy Office application introduced by Microsoft. Sway is contemporary because it focuses on the web and can be used on mobile platforms such as iOS and Android. | Read»

Listen to the beat

We are usually not aware of the functioning of our heart, as it silently and efficiently pumps blood twenty-four hours a day seven days a week. The rate at which it beats can be measured at either wrist or automatically read off one of the popular... | Read»