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Iron Deprivation: Combating tuberculosis

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April 12, 2019 • Delhi, Haryana, Medicine

Researchers from Amity University, Gurgaon and AIIMS New Delhi have found another kink in the armour of tuberculosis bacteria.

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Past Hydrology of the Chautang Channel: dating geomorphological events

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Archaeologists have come to a consensus that many societies from the Harappan civilisation seemingly thrived along the palaeochannels of the present Ghaggar and Chautang rivers that once existed east of the Indus. Though there have been claims of associations between these palaeo-river systems and the scriptural rivers, the Saraswati and the Drishadvati, there hasn’t been… Read More ›

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Moringa Seed Dip-bag to Purify Water

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Researchers from Shoolini University, Solan, Himachal Pradesh suggest moringa seed powder in dip bags to remove pathogenic bacteria from water. Read more.

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Solar Cells with Nano-Needles: Flexible and Efficient

The efficiency of solar cells is like a jigsaw puzzle. All the pieces are disparate. Though the solution depends on every single piece available, the progress depends on some key pieces. The structure and arrangement of the nanoparticles is one such key piece in the puzzle that can lead us to quicker solutions. Rakesh Sonker,… Read More ›

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Hydropriming improves osmotic tolerance in green gram

Jisha and Jos from Calicut university has a tip for growing green gram: soak the seeds in water for a few hours before sowing.

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Iron Deprivation: Combating tuberculosis

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Researchers from Amity University, Gurgaon and AIIMS New Delhi have found another kink in the armour of tuberculosis bacteria.

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