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Apollo achieves 95% success rate in neonatal surgeries

Apollo Hospitals has positioned itself as leader in providing quality healthcare of the new born...

Leave no one behind, make Universal Health Coverage a reality: WHO

As per the World Health Organization (WHO), the countries in the South East Asia need to take urgent...

More than a lakh farmers from 16 states petition govt in support of GM...

1, 38,313 farmers from 16 states through their representative associations would be submitting petition...

Opportunity for Indian women bioscientists to reorient their careers

Bio-CARe scheme launched by the Department of Biotechnology is a good opportunity for women scientists..

One third TB cases go undetected in India, Doctors want better diagnostic algorithms

Doctors under the banner of West Bengal Tuberculosis Association have advocated the adoption of better...

India’s research projects to get funded by EU under Horizon 2020

H2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding...

Biocon’s Insulin, Glargine gets green signal from Japanese regulatory agency

The product is a ready-to-use, prefilled disposable pen with 3 ml of 100IU Insulin Glargine..

India gets new biomedical waste management rules

Scientific disposal of biomedical waste through segregation, collection and treatment in an environmentally..

PM Modi’s reference to Diabetes in ‘Mann Ki Baat’ appreciated

During his ' Mann ki Baat' programme, Prime Minister, Narendra Modi talked about growing concerns on diabetes....

JNU set to host competition on bioengineering

The first of its kind event in India is called iBEC which stands for Indian Biological Engineering Competition...

Face to Face

“AI has the potential to revolutionize healthcare delivery”

Mentioned Dr Geetha Manjunath, CEO & CTO of Bangalore-based healthtech startup NIRAMAI in an exclusive interaction with BioVoice where she spoke about the artificial intelligence in healthcare and an innovative early breast cancer detection technology developed by her company...….

Chat with BioVoice

“FiRE will help identify rare cells involved in cancer drug resistance”

Mentioned Dr Debarka Sengupta in an exclusive interaction with the BioVoice, where he explained the idea and importance of FiRE, a novel algorithm that can detect rare cell types at a very fast speed developed by his team at the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi...……….