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Scientists develop ML techniques to predict neonatal & infant mortality in...

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur and Western Michigan University use nationwide household survey data from India to identify significant neonatal and infant mortality predictors using multiple machine learning techniques

Industrial Biotech Park in Jammu gets operational, aims to produce 25...

The biotech park would not only act as an incubation hub of new ideas and startups but would also cater to the specific needs of agri-entrepreneurs, startups, progressive farmers, young entrepreneurs, scientists, scholars, and students

Triggering cellular apoptosis by optical targeting

Okayama University scientists work towards a novel treatment without adverse reactions

Indian scientists develop novel tools for deciphering mechanisms associated with learning...

The new tool which uses the behavioral tagging model is a novel one to study LTM consolidation through behavioral analysis

Scripps Research scientists unveil promising new approach to diabetes prevention

Experimental compound protects obese mice from diabetes-like metabolic changes

New insight into a key protein could lead to novel treatments...

A team of scientists from Japan conducted a detailed study, the results of which were published in Allergy, focusing on PU.1, a transcription factor known to regulate gene expression in various types of immune cells

Plant from Plastics: Japanese scientists transform bio-based polymers into fertilizers

Bioplastics can be chemically recycled into nitrogen-rich fertilizers in a facile and environmentally friendly way, as recently demonstrated by scientists from Tokyo Institute of Technology........................

Eminent scientists & agriculturists calls on govt to allow BRL1 field...

Considering the time and investment that go into developing a product or technology and for conducting field trials a science-based neutral approach is required...................

Researchers develop alternatives to curb antibiotic resistance

A new study, conducted by the scientists at Council Of Scientific And Industrial Research–Central Food Technological Research Institute (CSIR–CFTRI), has sounded alarm bell on the indiscriminate and rampant use of such 'conventional antibiotics' in the food industry....................................

IISc study could help unravel mystery of fatty acid accumulation in...

A recent study published in Cell Reports by a team of researchers from India and the US, led by scientists at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), provides important insights into how fatty acid uptake is regulated in cardiomyocytes......................