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Bengaluru | Oct 4
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In a recent study, published in the journal Emerging Microbes & Infections, a multi-national team of researchers have traced the trail of the Zika virus from the forests of Africa to India and other Asian countries.

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Bengaluru | Oct 1

Researchers from DST's Centre for Policy Research, the IISc, and CSIR have examined the popular measurement standards used in research and their trustworthiness.

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New Delhi | Sep 27

Researchers impress upon the importance of developing cardiovascular disease risk programs in India by utilizing survey data.

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New Delhi | Sep 27

Diabetes, a chronic condition, is the fastest growing disease in India, affecting about 49% of our population.

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St. Louis | Sep 26

Researchers at the University of Washington in St. Louis have identified a subset of suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons that help the body clock readjust to jet lag.

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Seattle | Sep 26

Researchers have presented an extensive statistical estimation of the damage caused by firearms worldwide.

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Bengaluru | Sep 24

200 scientists and 73 research institutions from 20 countries have sequenced the entire genome of the bread wheat (Triticum aestivum), it took them 13 years to accomplish.

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Bengaluru | Sep 6

Study from National Institute for Advanced Studies, Bangalore, documents some astounding facts about India’s ancient metallurgical processes

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Mumbai | Sep 4
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Data obtained from passengers in public transport vehicles helps improve the accuracy of measuring geolocation. 

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Sep 1

Henrietta Lacks was just 31 years old when she passed away in October of 1951, succumbing to a short battle with cervical cancer. A poor, African-American tobacco farmer, her life and death was a quiet affair, perhaps most felt by her five young children and the widower she left behind.

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