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Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, husband make donation worth $7.5 mn to University of Glasgow
The Biocon founder and her husband, John Shaw, contributed for the expansion projects at the Scottish university.
UK universities reach out to Indian students for COVID-19 support
Air India will operate 64 flights from May 7 to May 13 to bring back around...
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres warns of the folly of coal but exit may not be easy
Delivering the 2020 Darbari Seth Memorial Lecture v...
Brexit-hit UK varsities to recruit more Indian, Chinese students: Report
At top universities, overseas students pay nearly four times as much as UK students.
Biocon's Kiran Mazumdar Shaw is a proud wife
Her husband John Shaw was recently felicitated with an honourary degree by his alma mater.
MRCP-UK can make one consultant here, not in Britain
According to the MRCP-UK international brochure, the three-part MRCP(UK) merely makes a person eligible for higher specialist training.
Apple's foray into health: Tim Cook testing wearable blood sugar tracker
Steve Jobs had envisioned this device like a smartwatches.
Arunima Sinha, world's first woman amputee to scale Everest, now has a doctorate
A former volleyball player, she lost her left leg after being thrown from a train while resisting a robbery.
University of Glasgow to award honorary degree to Gordon Brown
An MP from 1983 until he decided to stand down this year, Brown was the longest serving Chancellor in modern times - from 1997 to 2007 - before being Prime Minister from 2007-2010.
University of Delhi signs Memorandum of Understanding with University of Glasgow
"It is an exciting prospect to have students from two continents exchanging ideas on literature from Chaucer to Shakespeare."
Protein research opens potential treatment of Alzheimer
The study has discovered that a protein called IL-33 can reverse Alzheimer's disease like pathology and cognitive decline in mice.
Boria Majumdar, Nalin Mehta narrate tales of India’s Olympic stars in new book
In their upcoming book, Dreams of a Billion: India and the Olympic Games, Boria Majumdar and Nalin Mehta narrate the tales of India’s Olympic stars. Here are the edited excerpts from the book.
New food supplement can cut cravings for pizza, cakes
Those who drank the milkshake containing inulin-propionate ester had less activity in areas of their brain linked to reward - but only when looking at the high calorie foods.
Lab-produced space radiation to make manned travel safer
London, May 8 (IANS) In a first, a team of researchers has reproduced space radiation in the lab -- a feat that could help make space exploration safer, reliable and extensive.
Donuts and fried dumplings may do no good, could up risk of depression
Obesity, stemming from consumption of fatty foods, is strongly linked to depression.