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This device can detect colorectal cancer early - Read

G-EYE, an endoscopy technology which is claimed to detect gastrointestinal diseases more accurately was introduced in India during the event, organised by Smart Medical Systems- manufacturer of gastrointestinal endoscopy devices along with enhanced technology products supplier Ventura Business Solutions.

New material may revolutionise prosthetics, wearable technologies

 A team of researchers have developed new "metamaterials" that can solve problems like ill-fitting joint sockets, contact dermatitis and sebaceous cysts plaguing prosthetic patients for a long time.

It's confirmed! India's Bene Israel community has Jewish roots

According to their oral history, the Bene Israel people descended from 14 Jewish survivors of a shipwreck on India's Konkan shore. 

Does age of smartphone also mean loss of privacy?

Does age of smartphone also mean loss of privacy?

The researchers developed an Android application called Smart-Spaces to collect information for the study.

Eat breakfast with whey protein to beat diabetes

The team randomly assigned 48 overweight and obese participants with Type 2 diabetes who were, on average, 59 years of age, to one of three diets that contained the same number of calories.

Mortal remains of Indian student found dead in Israel to be brought back: Sushma Swaraj

Raj Kumar Raja, was a research student in cancer studies at the university. He was found dead in his dormitory room on Monday and the cause of his death is unknown.

Indian doctoral student found dead in Israel

A 27-year-old Indian doctoral student of Tel Aviv University in Israel has been found dead in his dormitory room here, police said.

Blood test for Alzheimer's disease comes a step closer

The findings, published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, suggests that a routine blood test can reveal Alzheimer's risk and IQ measurements.

Prehistoric humans savoured roasted turtles!

Prehistoric humans savoured roasted turtles!

The findings were published in the journal Quaternary Science Reviews.

Shocking: Vulture that flew over Israel-Lebanon border “held for spying”

Shocking: Vulture that flew over Israel-Lebanon border “held for spying”

The staff at Gamla Nature Reserve were able to track the bird as it crossed the border but lost signal shortly after it entered Bint Jbeil, the report said.

Smokers with pneumonia at higher risk of lung cancer

The researchers found that out of 381 admissions of heavy smokers with pneumonia, nine percent were diagnosed with lung cancer within a year of being hospitalized.

Lack of sleep can make you feel grumpy: Study

Do you know what lack of sleep can do to you?

Poor infant sleep may indicate attention problems later

The results showed that infant sleep are linked to toddler attention regulation and behaviour problems. 

Will robots too show some manners?

Even as the possibility of robots replacing peacekeeping personnel in highly tense civilian encounters grows, a new research has revealed that people expect such robots to be gentle and polite while engaging with humans.

How cooking food affected health 400,000 years ago

Researchers have stumbled upon evidence of early prehistoric 'balanced' diet as well as the presence of respiratory irritants such as charcoal, during excavation of Qesem Cave in Israel.

Manmade pollution could be 400,000 years old

Man could have started polluting around 400,000 years ago, suggests a new study. 

Water was probably `abundant` in first billion years of universe

In a new research, scientists have claimed that water could have been plentiful in the early years of universe.

Devendra Fadnavis hardsells Mumbai as global investment destination

Devendra Fadnavis hardsells Mumbai as global investment destination

 Maharashtra government has started an initiative to develop Mumbai into a global financial centre, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis here said, as he sought to attract Israeli investments in his state.

Devendra Fadnavis offers to set up Indo-Israel industrial park in Maharashtra

 Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has offered to set up an Indo-Israel industrial park in his state, saying the collaboration will help take the bilateral ties to "the next level", besides creating a wonderful eco-system for the community at large.

Roll up TV screen soon and chill out

In what could herald an era of bendable screens, researchers at Tel Aviv University have developed a novel structure that can be used to produce thin, transparent and flexible digital displays for TV sets, smartphones and tablets.