Agency, Tuesday, 26th April 2016
Chennai: Infosys Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Infosys, has signed an MoU with Tata Memorial Centre (TMC) with the objective of developing a team of clinician-scientists proficient in translational laboratory research who will be able to bring their cross-disciplinary capabilities to bear on topical questions of cancer research in India.
Washington: Scientists have developed a new 3D printing method capable of producing highly uniform blocks of embryonic stem cells, which could be used as the 'Lego bricks' to build larger structures of tissues, and potentially even micro-organs. ... Read More >>
Washington: Sleeping on one's side, as opposed to other positions such as on one's back or stomach may more effectively remove brain waste, reducing the chances of developing Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and other neurological diseases, scientists have found. ... Read More >>
Melbourne: Australian researchers have said they are a step closer to establishing a link between a protein and type-1 diabetes that may help in development of better vaccines to potentially treat and prevent the disease.... Read More >>
Chennai: "The number of patients with conditions such as cardiac disease, diabetes, hypertension and respiratory disorders are increasing by the day," said director, Institute of Gastro Intestinal Surgery, Global Hospitals, Dr SM Chandramohan in Chennai yesterday. ... Read More >>