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The origin of life: Labyrinths as crucibles of life

Water-filled micropores in hot rock may have acted as the nurseries in which life on Earth began. A team has now shown that temperature gradients in pore systems promote the cyclical replication and emergence of nucleic acids. 679 more words


Gen X - Senior Living Alone

According to the U.S. Census, 11.3 million people, almost 30 percent of those aged 65 and older in the U.S., live alone. For women aged 85 and older, that number grows to more than half. 445 more words


The 'E-educated' Society

Sitting in the balcony of our home on a calm and relaxing Sunday afternoon, I was going through the WIPO journal. The first story was about a very sensitive topic; a topic which pushed me to write this blog. 400 more words


Apple for 'You' is an Orange for 'Me'; Both of us are right!

As a science graduate, I got a chance to read about one of the most fascinating and practically applicable theory- Theory of Relativity. In fact, various famous laws, concepts, etc. 519 more words


Nosce te ipsum - Know thyself

Have you ever faced a situation when a friend/ cousin or anybody in you inner circle of trust calls you to share the harsh situation they are facing in personal or professional life? 545 more words


Suggested Reading: How Design Patents Strengthen a Medical Device IP Portfolio

While the topic of patents is currently controversial in the entrepreneurial community at large, for medical device companies, it is crucial that you utilize patents fully to protect and capture the value of your intellectual property. 169 more words

Healthcare Entrepreneurship

You say it best when you say nothing at all

August 11, 2014 was a usual day with the same morning rush to board the earliest metro in order to catch the office shuttle. With summer of 69 playing loud in my ears I was climbing down the staircase of the metro station in full pace, unaware of my surroundings. 514 more words