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Science  /  Published 07.07.19

Go, name a planet

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Science  /  Published 01.04.06

BRAIN STORMING

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Science  /  Published 10.06.13

Sugary route to success

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By From diagnosing drug contamination to figuring out how close bird flu is to mutating into a human-to-human virus, Ram Sasisekharan has done it all. And his key has been the neglected sugar molecule, finds T.V. Jayan in

Science  /  Published 17.06.13

Feeding your baby

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By DR GITA MATHAI in

Science  /  Published 06.06.11

Elixir of youth

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By Researchers have found an enzyme that may prolong our lives, says Arunabha Datta - and cure cancer too Arunabha Datta recently retired as a scientist from the Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun in

Science  /  Published 06.06.11

Too fat by far

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Science  /  Published 13.06.11

On cloud nine

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Science  /  Published 27.06.11

Feeling the heat

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By Global warming may lead to climatic changes in India's bread basket - and that will hit food production. In 40 years, India's food security may be threatened, says T.V. Jayan in

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Fall of the lashes

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Need for speed

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