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Sweets with a healthy twist: Bacteria can extract low-calorie sugar from fruits and dairy products
The sugar called tagatose may be safe for diabetics.
NASA's 'Sun-kissing' Parker spacecraft unlocks solar mystery
The data from the probe, published in the journal Nature, offers clues to long-s...
For your well-being: Having more walnuts improves gut and heart health
A study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, said walnuts may be a ...
US set to tighten work norms for international students
Trump administration is set to tighten norms for OPT, a programme used by foreign students to work in the US.
Furniture company CasaOne raises $16 million
This takes the total funds raised by the San Francisco and Bengaluru-based company to $27.5 million.
Donald Trump elects Indian-American scientist Sethuraman Panchanathan as next NSF director
Panchanathan is also the Vice President for Strategic Initiatives of the NAI.
Sensex falls 60 points, Nifty tests 11,800 on weak macros, China data
Nifty Pharma was the biggest sectoral loser, down 1.04 per cent to 7,580.
Are you an avid Twitter user? Your posts can reveal how lonely you are
Loneliness has been tied to depression, cardiovascular disease and dementia, among other conditions.
Why the bottom-up approach to eradicating poverty might not work
Big picture reforms will eradicate poverty, not small tweaks to programmes that botique RCTs provide.
Senators urged to remove country cap on Green Card
The case of work-visa holders from India, clearly illustrates the nature, substance and details of the impediments to legal immigration in America, it said.
Take a break, solve a problem snooze-style: Sleeping helps organise thoughts
Brain processing during sleep is helpful to daytime cognition.
Lights on fishnets can save turtles, dolphins: Study
LED lights along the top of floating gillnets cut accidental 'bycatch' of sea turtles by more than 70 per cent, and that of small cetaceans (including dolphins and porpoises) by more than 66 per cent.
Pixxel gets ready for first satellite mission with Leaf Space agreement
Through this agreement, Leaf Space will provide the support service up to one pass per orbit to the satellite in SSO, demonstrating capabilities of its mid-latitude distributed ground station network. Uplink and downlink service for the mission will be provided using VHF, UHF and S-Band frequencies. The satellite is set to be launched in July '20.
Indian-American Sampat Shivangi invited to serve National Advisory Council of a key US health body
"I am delighted to invite you to serve on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's, Center for Mental Health Services, National Advisory Council," Azar said in a letter to Shivangi.
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