Over the next couple of months, as data emerges from vaccine clinical trials, the safety of potentially millions of people will rely on the scientific judgment of the FDA
The PanSeer blood test was developed to detect the methylation pattern in the samples, since abnormal methylation is usually a signal of multiple types of cancer, such as pancreatic and colon cancer
Most pathological liars claimed they started lying out of habit since their adolescence. Several of the respondents also claimed that they had no control over their habit of telling lies, hinting at a type of compulsiveness
The study titled ‘Prevalence of flu-like symptoms and COVID-19 in healthcare workers from India' found that “HCQ prophylaxis played no role in the prevention of this (coronavirus) infection”.
Preliminary results suggested that O blood group is more protective against SARS-CoV-2 — the virus that causes COVID-19
The other dominant fear among the people is the irrational behaviour of people, once the lockdown is lifted.
A study by the University of Amsterdam suggests that protective immunity from coronaviruses is short-lasting.
Scientists calculated that pollution levels for the year will end up between 4% and 7% lower than 2019. That's the biggest annual drop in carbon emissions since World War II.
The study predicts that Mukesh Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries, maybe the fifth person in the world to become a trillionaire
A study whose findings may explain why men are more vulnerable to COVID-19 than women.
No mosquito carrying the microbe Microsporidia MB was infected by the malaria parasite, the study has found.
In the past three decades, India’s military spending increased by 259 percent, while in the last 10 years it grew by 37 percent.
A recent survey conducted by the Indian Psychiatry Society revealed there has been a 20 percent rise in mental illness cases
The study was conducted by MIT Sloan School of Management and State Street Associates.
The concept dubbed as the “closed universe” has been a part of discussions in the scientific community for a while now
Facebook said that it would not try to access confidential information
Almost 50% of the total employees who hated their jobs attribute their dissatisfaction with work to people-related issues such as bad managers, annoying co-workers and disengaged teams, reveals TimesJobs survey.
The role of state governments is expected to be increasingly critical in sustaining overall development of the country in coming times, according to a report.
"Crisil estimates show Rs 11.37 lakh crore is only a quarter of the total funding demand of MSMEs. The rest is met either through informal sources/self-financing or remains unmet," said a joint study by Crisil-Assocham.
With the e-tailing sector growing rapidly, e-commerce has emerged as one of the key drivers for warehouse realty after third party logistics operators in 2015, a recent study says.
Online shopping is more popular among consumers with 80 per cent of buyers preferring to shop over the Internet instead of visiting different stores to purchase their favourite products, according to a new survey.
The research by the University of Cambridge and funded partly by the Internet search giant, has found that although Google develops regular patch for its Android security loopholes, consumers, regulators, and corporate buyers don‘t know which vendor will supply those patches.
A report, titled â€˜Stock Picking Skills of SEC Employees‘, put together by accounting professor Shivaram Rajgopal and PhD student Roger M White found that several members of the SEC staff sold shares of firms ahead of an enforcement action against them was taken by the regulator.
India has 287 million illiterate adults, or 37 percent of the global population of such people, a study by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) has revealed.
Raamdeo Agrawal spoke with CNBC-TV18 while discussing the launch of the 18th Annual Motilal Oswal Wealth Creation Study.