The new technique provides pairs of genetically matched cells to study disease

Researchers led by Dr Knut Woltjen reported a new gene editing method that can modify a single DNA base in the human genome with...
nanoparticles

Gold-nanoparticles to detect cancer

A team of researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney), Australia are using gold-plated nanoparticles to identify low microRNA (miRNA) levels...
saffrentine

Saffrentine a saffron supplement to aid cognitive function

The supplement branded as “Saffrentine” will be available as capsules. These supplements are usually targeted to individuals in their 40s to 60s. Later, they...
placenta

Can a 3D printed artificial placenta help study the real one?

Austrian researchers have successfully created an artificial placenta barrier on a chip with the help of a high resolution 3D printer. This development can...
snakebite

IIT-D develops cheaper snakebite treatment

A team of researchers from IIT-Delhi has come up with an anti-venom, that effectively neutralises the poison from several snakebites. The research done in association...

Chennai’s Diabetes Foundation develop AI and smartphone-based retinal imaging

A new study conducted at Chennai’s Madras Diabetes Research Foundation, published in Eye showed that the use of automated artificial intelligence along with smartphone-based...

India Home Health Care | International Women’s Day Quote

Dr Anitha Arockiasamy, President, India Home Health Care quoted, "We at IHHC have acquired a great deal of knowledge and are constantly learning ways to better the lives of people, especially women. The acquired knowledge...

Biosensor could help diagnose illnesses directly in serum

Eating unhealthy fast food is a very common thing in today’s world. But this unhealthy lifestyle can cause illness in the body and difficult...

Healthcare technologies for developing nations

Beyond availability … to accessibility and affordability This article reflects on advances in health care technologies, in particular medical diagnostics technologies in the backdrop of...

Multi-spectral imaging can help improve uterine transplant surgery

Future Science Group (FSG) recently announced the publication of an article in Future Science OA demonstrating the first use of multispectral imaging in gynaecology,...