Mice fed Taurine, an amino acid, lived 10–12 percent longer; worms’ lives were extended 10-23 percent; and middle-aged monkeys showed improvements across health parameters. But we don't know the dangers of Taurine supplements to human health, including on cancerous cells. Years of research lie ahead
The research, presented at the British Cardiovascular Society (BCS) conference in Manchester, UK, found a spike in rates of STEMI heart attacks at the start of the working week, with rates highest on a Monday.
The approval for Tremelimumab in combination with Durvalumab is based on results from Phase III HIMALAYA clinical trial and is indicated for the treatment of patients with unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma (uHCC), the drug firm said.
The study is a first step in trying to explain mysterious sightings in the sky that NASA calls UAPs, or unidentified aerial phenomena.
The medication has been used by millions of Americans since the FDA granted it emergency use authorization in late 2021.
Scientists are devising new techniques that may drastically alter how we discover and categorize distant planets.
It’s human nature to latch on to the most easily available snippets of information.
The decade-long Zoonomia project shows that animals have a lot to teach us about our health, disease, and potentially new ideas for medicines
India is going to be at par with six global countries researching quantum technology.
SpaceX had planned to fly the nearly 400-foot Starship rocket from the southern tip of Texas, near the Mexican border.
The journey began with a morning liftoff by Europe’s Ariane rocket from French Guiana in South America.
The industry has long been anticipating the implementation of the space policy, which it hopes will further open up the ecosystem.
As per the Central Electricity Authority data, till March 2022, India had an installed nuclear power capacity of 6,780 MW, which is just 2 percent of the total energy (thermal, hydro, renewables) mix in the country.
The crew includes four members -- three men and one woman -- and was described as "humanity's crew" by NASA Administrator Bill Nelson in a statement.
The patented technology which was developed by Prof. Jayandharan Giridhara Rao and Shubham Maurya from the Department of Biological Sciences and Bioengineering (BSBE), IIT Kanpur, alters an organism's gene to remedy a hereditary illness, IIT Kanpur stated in a media release.
More than 1 million mostly older Americans have seriously leaking tricuspids, a valve on the right side of the heart that lets deoxygenated blood flow between the right atrium and the right ventricle.
The hair samples being sent into space belong to former US Presidents Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan
Pfizer said the study, which has been peer-reviewed and published in the Lancet Neurology journal, showed the company's drug zavegepant had proven to be "effective in the acute treatment" of migraines and had few apparent side effects.
The Moon's dark regions that are visible to the naked eye, known as the 'mare', are remnants of a violent history of the Solar System, ISRO said.
The image will help astronomers understand how galaxies mature and form
The aerospace company pitched the technique for NASA's Artemis program
However, foreign universities looing to set up shop in India will face certain challenges, including sourcing faculty, getting land, funding, and fee structure, he added.
A Competence Enhancement Scheme, envisioned as part of the New Education Policy, is likely to be launched by Delhi University either this March or during the coming academic year.
By knowing which planetary cycles occur naturally and why, researchers can better identify the human influence on climate change and its impacts on global temperatures, the study said.
There would be two solar eclipses and two lunar eclipses, said Dr Rajendra Prakash Gupt, Superintendent of Ujjain's Government Jiwaji Observatory.