Designers developing high-tech tattoos to track human bodies
The tattoo can easily be washed off just like a normal, temporary fashionable tattoo.
Genetically-modified mosquitoes may help stop spread of malaria
Introduction of the modified insects into normal mosquito populations curb transmission of malaria.
Padma awards 2016: 13 Kerala nominees; Mohanlal, Boby Chemmanur not on list
The names of the recipients of the top civilian awards are announced every year on Republic Day.
Robust mini-intestine grown in lab for nutritional research
A nutrient solution in a test tube stimulated stem cells to develop into an organ-like structure.
Global health experts blame WHO for 'egregious failure' on Ebola
A panel of global health experts makes 10 key reform proposals aimed at preventing such catastrophes further.
Study: New boutique chocolates to satisfy sweet cravings
Striking difference in aroma among chocolates made from different yeast fermentations.
Fake pesticides endangering crops, human health across Indian farms
Fake pesticide industry is expanding at 20% per year while the overall market is growing at 12%.
Global fight to end TB depends on India increasing funding, says WHO
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been facing criticism for cutting federal health budget by 20%.
US: Health regulators give green signal to genetically engineered salmon
FDA had approved the genetically engineered Atlantic salmon 5 years ago.
Empowering the disabled: India Inclusion Summit takes place 20-21 November
IIS 2015 hosts eminent personalities who focus on empowering people with disabilities.
American Medical Association wants ban on consumer ads for prescription drugs
AMA says such ads lead to increasing costs and demand from patients for expensive treatment.
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