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Coronavirus Update: Scientists warns India, may see up to 13 lakh cases of COVID-19

India could face between 100,000 to 13 lakh confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus by mid-May if the current trend in the growing number...

Coronavirus Update: American scientist develops an interactive online map to track real-time updates on Coronavirus

The American scientist on Monday said that “They have designed the interactive online map that tracks the real-time updates on the novel Coronavirus.” The map...

Coronavirus outbreak: Chinese scientists discover pangolin as coronavirus host

Chinese researchers said the pangolin, a mammal illegally trafficked for its scales and meat, is a potential intermediate host for the coronavirus that has...
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Coronavirus outbreak: Indian scientist in Australia grows the first batch of virus for upcoming studies

A team led by an Indian scientist in Australia has grown the first batch of the virus at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research...

Researchers at University of South Florida, develops a device to improve earthquake, tsunamis, and volcanoes forecast

Scientists have successfully developed and tested a high-tech device that can detect the small movements and changes in the Earth's seafloor -- often a...

Australian Scientists are testing targeted chemotherapy for lung cancer patients

Scientists are testing targeted chemotherapy for lung cancer patients, that can be inhaled instead of being injected or taken orally. According to pharmaceutical scientist...
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Chandrayaan 2 may carry NASA’s science probe

India's second moon mission Chandrayaan 2, scheduled for launch in April, would be carrying a NASA science probe, the media reported. Chandrayaan 2 will carry...

Scientists develop solar-power technology for clean water from the air

In a "breakthrough," scientists have developed a novel solar-powered harvesting system that absorbs moisture from the air and converts it into clean, usable water....

Scientists, at the University of Birmingham Dubai, develop software to identify heart diseases

Scientists have developed an innovative new software that may make it easier to spot potentially lethal heart conditions, and lead to improvements in prevention...
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Self-driving cars can now predict the pedestrian movement

Washington: Scientists are using humans' gait, body symmetry and foot placement to teach self-driving cars to recognise and predict pedestrian movements with greater precision...

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