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New York--Breaking a three-year dry spell for Indian-Americans, two 17-year-old high school students have won the top prize of $150,000 with their medical-related projects...

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By Rajendra Shende  "A one-km auto rickshaw ride in Ahmedabad takes Rs 10 and India reached Mars at Rs 7 per km, which is really...

Indian-origin professor brings ‘smart hands’ closer to reality

London--In a boost to the idea of human hand becoming an ideal display screen for the next generation of smartwatches and other devices, an...

Indian-American teen awarded for invention to improve brain cancer treatment

Washington-- An Indian-American teenager has been conferred with the 2019 National STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Education Award for her ground-breaking invention designed...

Strength in love, hope in science: Husband and wife students seek treatment for her...

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Exhibit shows the beauty, utility of microscopic universe around us

By  Deborah Blackwell The expressions “Wash your hands” and “Home, sweet home” have more in common than you’d think. A whole universe more. The value of using...

As brain extracts meaning from vision, study tracks progression of processing

By David Orenstein Picower Institute for Learning and Memory  Here’s the neuroscience of a neglected banana (and a lot of other things in daily life): Whenever...

Earth may not appear as blue by 2100: MIT study

New York-- Owing to climate change surface of the oceans will change colour by end of 21st century leading our blue planet to look...

From One Many: Harvard scientists reveal the genetic roadmap to building an entire organism...

By Kevin Jiang HMS Communications Whether a worm, a human, or a blue whale, all multicellular life begins as a single-celled egg. From this solitary cell emerges the...

How memories shape our perception of the present

By Thea Singer News at Northeastern What are mem­o­ries made of? Do dif­ferent parts of our brain light up when we per­ceive an event than when...

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