The Telegraph
| Monday, November 7, 2016 |

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Bloody good

Indian scientists have recently found how blood cells are produced in fruit flies, something that had been undiscovered in the 100 years the fly has been studied. T.V. Jayan reports

The excitement oozes out with every word she speaks. And biologist Lolitika Mandal has every reason to be elated. After all, what her team at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) in Mohali has achieved is nothing less... | Read»


Invest in premium anti-virus software

#TechTonic / Surit Doss

q+a I recently bought a new HP Pavilion AU006TX laptop. It came with Windows 10, and I have even installed the Anniversary Update. I use Clean Master for PC to clean up junk files and do not have any anti-virus software other than Windows... | Read»


Don’t scratch that itch

Eczema is a common skin condition, affecting 10-30 per cent of the population. The word is derived from Greek ekzein, which means ‘boil over, break out’. It is diagnosed when the skin is chronically inflamed in certain areas, with... | Read»