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Scientists find synthetic mimic for critical biomolecule

A research team led by Dr Subi J. George and Dr S. Balasubramanian at Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR), Bangalore, have shown that synthetic molecules can grow and be controlled on similar stimuli........

Thalassemia care in India: Where do we stand?

From the basics to the potential solutions, Dr Sunil Bhat, Senior Consultant at Mazumdar Shaw Cancer Centre, Narayana Health City Bangalore, explains the prevalent overall scenario of Thalassemia, a grave disease that affects a substantial chunk of..........

Govt to set up 5 new research parks at 4 IITs...

The government has announced the decision to launch a Smart Campus Campaign under which educational institutions which perform on the parameters of saving, conserving and recycling would be identified and honored...............

Race for 7: Bangalore & Mumbai walk for rare diseases

Race for 7 which was simultaneously held in Bangalore and Mumbai in India (a smaller run was held in Jaipur). In addition, a Race for 7 was also held in Washington with a smaller event in South Carolina, a great example of a Make in India event going global.......

AstraZeneca set to expand its Global Medicines Development group in Bengaluru

In order to support its expansion plans, the AstraZeneca is working with experienced recruitment partners to support the search for individuals with the right competence by end 2018...........

Smaller Himalayan glaciers more sensitive to climate change: Study

Researchers have now used a new technique to estimate mass of glaciers and a new model to estimate the volume loss over a long period.........

Bengaluru to host global summit on medical tourism in October

The delegates from over 70 countries will be participating in the third edition of ‘Advantage Healthcare India’ summit to be held on Oct 12-14, 2017, in Bengaluru and aimed at promoting healthcare services exports from India.............

The ‘Startup Factor’ is key to expansion of bioscience sector!

There is no other way to enhance the chances of a big Indian bioscience hub but create an enabling environment for the novel innovative idea driven startups to turn into profitable enterprises......

Bengaluru doctor treats a rare form of skin cancer

The Bengaluru based Cytecare cancer hospital has claimed that its doctor, Dr Anthony Pais has successfully treated a rare form of skin cancer – Syringocystadeno carcinoma paplliferum with the tumour size being 5 kg........

BioVoice eMag June 2017 Issue-1 Volume-2

BioVoice eMag June 2017 Issue-1 Volume-2: The 1st anniversary edition of BioVoice includes the cover story, ‘The Milestones’ that looks at the various top trends,...