New technique to repair damaged tissues

New technique to repair damaged tissues

11-12-2014 

Scientists may have discovered a new way to repair damaged tissues after they transformed human scar cells into blood vessel cells.

The method appeared to improve blood flow, oxygenation, and nutrition to areas in need.

Cardiovascular…

Scientists develop new synthetic platelets

Scientists develop new synthetic platelets

05-12-2014 

Scientists, including two of Indian-origin, have developed new synthetic platelets that mimic and outperform natural platelets at controlling bleeding.

Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara turned to the human body’s…

New device for hearing impaired people

New device for hearing impaired people

04-12-2014 

Scientists have developed a new wearable device that translates spoken words into vibrations – helping hearing impaired people perceive speech in a completely new way.

The new device, developed by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine…

Scientists discover oldest water on Earth

Scientists discover oldest water on Earth

26-11-2014 

The oldest water yet found on Earth, dating back to at least 1.5 billion years, have been discovered by scientists in a Canadian mine.

According to researchers, this discovery, made under the Timmins mine in Ontario, is important for understanding…

Complex jobs may protect brain from mental decline: Researchers

Complex jobs may protect brain from mental decline: Researchers

22-11-2014 

Complex jobs that require a lot of difficult analysis or social interaction such as management and teaching may protect the brain from mental decline, according to a new research.

People whose jobs require more complex work with other people,…

Women with diabetes more prone to suffer stroke than men: Experts

Women with diabetes more prone to suffer stroke than men: Experts

19-11-2014 

Women with diabetes are twice at the risk of suffering a stroke than those without the disease, experts say.

Reportedly according to Alexandra Kautzky-Willer from the Medical University of Vienna, the reason for the increased risk is the disturbed…

India’s youth population largest in world: UN report

India’s youth population largest in world: UN report

18-11-2014 

India has the world’s largest youth population, with 356 million 10-24 year-old, despite having a smaller population than China, a latest UN report said today.

China is second with 269 million young people, followed by Indonesia (67 million),…

World’s first known selfie was taken in 1839

World’s first known selfie was taken in 1839

09-11-2014 

Selfie, which has become very common now a days, reportedly dates back to 1839. The world’s first known self-portrait was taken 175 years ago by an American photographer.

In 1839, amateur chemist and photography enthusiast Robert Cornelius,…

Country’s first fish hospital to come up in Kolkata

Country’s first fish hospital to come up in Kolkata

24-10-2014 

First hospital in the country to treat abnormalities and diseases in fish is set to come up in Kolkata by mid-2015.

According to senior scientist T J Abraham, who is spearheading the project, the work has already started.

Nearly 60 to…

Tour International Station with Sunita Williams

Tour International Station with Sunita Williams

26-10-2013 

Do you want to see how an astronaut lives inside the spacecraft in space?Take a Tour of the ISS with Sunita Williams

 

 

 

 

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