Researchers are exploring mechanisms adopted by plants to survive in low phosphate soils and figuring out if they can develop better strategies for plants to deal with poor water availability and low soil minerals
Researchers are exploring the use of machine learning techniques where iris images of people are used to identify subtle changes in their iris as an effect of a particular health condition.
Indian scientists have developed a rapid and accurate method for diagnosis of Salmonella typhi bacteria which causes enteric fever and typhoid.
Scientists at the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) have shown that application of leaves from nitrogen-rich trees in the soil can increase the soil fertility.
A team of researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, has used magnetite and incorporated it into metal-organic frameworks for delivering anticancer drugs
The new study led by Prof. Subramaniam Ganesh of Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (IIT-K) suggests that glycogen has a protective role in neurons of patients suffering from neurodegenerative disorders.
The rising number of cancer cases in India is a cause of concern. With nearly 1.5 million new cases, cancer has emerged as a major health challenge. This number is predicted to nearly double over the next two decades.
A new study has confirmed a drastic shift in malaria occurrence in India. There is an increase in the number of severe infections instead of the mild form of malaria experienced earlier.
Scientists at the West Bengal State University have found 19 unique and highly aggressive variants of Phytophthora infestans, a microorganism that causes late blight disease in potato shrinking it from outside and rotting inside.
To be able to predict aging-related cancer risks, researchers are trying to identify those genes which undergo the most epigenetic changes during normal aging and in early tumor development.