Monday, April 23, 2018

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10 predictions that will transform global healthcare in 2018

A study by the IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science Study has predicted modest global spending growth of 3-6 percent per year, estimated to exceed total cost of $1.44 trillion in 2022 worldwide...............


Magnetic nanoparticles can deliver anticancer drugs with precision

A team of researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, led by Prof S. Gumma and Prof M. K. Purkait has used magnetite and incorporated it into metal-organic frameworks for delivering anticancer drugs..............


NSW developed medical technology saving lives in India

An innovative smartphone-based health app pioneered in New South Wales could help millions of people in India to access lifesaving diabetes screening and care for the very first time....................


BHU scientists show that nitrogen-rich leaves can be potential fertilizers

The researchers based in Banaras Hindu University have found that supplementing soil with dried leaves of nitrogen-rich trees such as shisham, amaltas and neem can increase the content of soil microbial biomass and grain yield of rice.............


Atal Tinkering Labs celebrate annual community day

Atal Innovation Mission of NITI Aayog has selected more than 2400 schools in 2017 for establishing Atal Tinkering Labs that are aimed to provide equal opportunity to all children across the spectrum by working at the grassroot level..........

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“ECHO aims to help expand India’s medical care reach-out capacity”

In an exclusive joint face to face interaction with Dr Arvind Lal, Founder and Chairman, Dr Lal PathLabs; Dr Sanjeev Arora, Founder and Director, Project ECHO; and Dr Kumud Rai, Head, ECHO India, the BioVoice tried to understand the efforts behind Project ECHO, an initiative to increase and extend the medical care capacity to far off and rural areas. Read on:

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“We are trying to ensure that new TB diagnostic tools are...

In an exclusive interaction with the BioVoice, Dr Sanjay Sarin, Country Head, Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND) shared the detailed insights on the efforts of his organization to tackle the tuberculosis situation in India................