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IIT Kanpur researchers find why babies need to move in the womb

IIT Kanpur researchers have found how permanent cartilage is formed in an embryo due to mechanical movement. The permanent cartilage gets lost and transient cartilage forms in its place in the absence of movement. 657 more words

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The Girl in The Train

“Bhaiyya would love to see me, Papa!”, Raj exclaimed, sitting on the dusty benches of Kanpur Railway Station. “Yes, you haven’t met him in a long time. 612 more words

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News of Week ending of 14 January 2017

  • Supreme Court orders new Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe afresh 186 cases which were closed in hurry.
  • IIT Kanpur starts service on Hindu sacred texts, says ready for criticism …
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IIT Kanpur team finds possible cause of neurodevelopmental disorders

BMP signalling was previously known to play an important role in the early development of the brain. Now, IIT Kanpur researchers have found that BMP signalling plays an important role in cerebral cortex development by regulating the migration of new born cortical neurons and the establishment of polarity in the upper layer of cerebral cortex. 772 more words

Science

Diagnosing early-stage cervical cancer using artificial intelligence

Using an artificial intelligence-based algorithm that uses scattered light data from tissues, researchers from IISER Kolkata and IIT Kanpur have been able to differentiate normal and precancerous tissue, and even identify the different stages of progression of the disease within a few minutes and with great accuracy. 578 more words

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Sadly the government stand is nuclear radiation does not affect people - Prof Sandeep Pandey

Social activist and Magsaysay award winner Prof Sandeep Pandey speaking at a conference at a private university said government has taken a position on nuclear radiation that it does not affect people even as India has 22 such reactors.. 450 more words

Lucknow Talkies

Mr. Daljeet Singh Takes Charge as Director (Works)

Mr. Daljeet Singh has taken over charge as Director (Works) of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC).

Mr Singh is a civil engineer who did his B.Tech from I.I.T. 187 more words

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