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Meta’s support for creator economy

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Connecting lives

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World  /  Published 01.04.20

Science unites over coronavirus

Using flag-draped memes and military terminology, the Donald Trump administration and its Chinese counterparts have cast coronavirus research as national imperatives, sparking talk of a biotech arms r...
By Matt Apuzzo and David D. Kirkpatrick/New York Times News Service in Washington

India  /  Published 01.04.20

CCMB growing coronavirus in labs to study structure

Centre of Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), as part of its research on Covid-19, has started growing large quantities of the killer virus to understand its genome structure useful for developing ...
By PTI in Hyderabad

Science  /  Published 07.07.19

Go, name a planet

One benefit of discovery is that you get to name the things you discover. Astronomy is blessed in this regard. There are more stars in the observable universe than grains of sand on Earth, trillions u...
By Dennis Overbye/NYTNS

Science  /  Published 01.04.06

BRAIN STORMING

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By DEBKUMAR MITRA

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

Science  /  Published 17.06.13

Feeding your baby

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By DR GITA MATHAI

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

Science  /  Published 06.06.11

Too fat by far

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By Your Health DR GITA MATHAI

Science  /  Published 13.06.11

On cloud nine

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By BITS & BYTES / SURIT DOSS

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


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