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Researchers Utilize Spintronics to Allow Low-power Operation

Oct, 2020

Researchers Utilize Spintronics to Allow Low-power Operation

Researchers from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) used principles in quantum science and engineering to build a graphene-based logic device. ... Read More

Sun Pharma Launches Favipiravir to Treat COVID-19

Oct, 2020

Sun Pharma Launches Favipiravir to Treat COVID-19

Sun Pharma will work with the medical community and the government to ensure the availability of Favipiravir (FluGuard) to people across the country. ... Read More

Computer-designed Synthetic Proteins Exhibit Potential in Protecting Lab-Grown Human Cells from SARS-Cov-2

Oct, 2020

Computer-designed Synthetic Proteins Exhibit Potential in Protecting Lab-Grown Human Cells from SARS-Cov-2

According to a new research study by the researchers of the University of Washington Health Sciences/UW Medicine have reported to develop Computer-designed mini proteins that have exhibited pot... Read More

Alcohol-induced Vitamin B1 Deficiency, A Key Factor for Cognitive Decline, Study Suggests

Oct, 2020

Alcohol-induced Vitamin B1 Deficiency, A Key Factor for Cognitive Decline, Study Suggests

According to a new research study by the researchers of Medical University of Vienna have reported to develop a hypothesis that highlights the role of iron deposits in the brain (due to alcohol... Read More

Vitamin E Acetate May Cause Lung Injury in Vapers

Oct, 2020

Vitamin E Acetate May Cause Lung Injury in Vapers

According to previous research, the inhaling of vitamin E acetate may impair individuals’ lung function. Vitamin E Acetate i... Read More

Skoda Launches Rapid Automatic in India

Oct, 2020

Skoda Launches Rapid Automatic in India

According to the company, Rapid TSI automatic is the most affordable automatic sedan on sale in India. In early 2020, Skoda Rapid ... Read More

Obesity is Associated with Social Relationships among Older Women

Oct, 2020

Obesity is Associated with Social Relationships among Older Women

The researchers found that women who are separated, divorced, widowed, or single and had no social ties have higher odds of general and abdominal obesity. ... Read More

Blood Pressure Medication to Alleviate Risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes, Study Suggests

Oct, 2020

Blood Pressure Medication to Alleviate Risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes, Study Suggests

According to a new study, researchers have reported that drugs for blood pressure have the potential prevent heart attacks and strokes. This medication can work on individuals with standard blo... Read More

Vitamin D does not Prevent Depression, Study Suggests

Oct, 2020

Vitamin D does not Prevent Depression, Study Suggests

JoAnn Manson, the senior author does note that this does not mean that people should stop consuming vitamin D supplementation immediately. ... Read More

Triumph to Launch Street Triple R on August 11

Oct, 2020

Triumph to Launch Street Triple R on August 11

The BS-VI Street Triple R sits below the Street Triple RS and will replace the Street Triple S as the base model for India. In Feb... Read More

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