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Scientists can now convert ordinary cells extracted from a patient’s body into what are called pluripotent stem cells and use these to develop a variety of organoids – multiple miniaturized and simplified versions of body organs.
In a significant advance in the understanding of Alzheimer’s disease, scientists at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, have figured out the way memory deficit develops in early stages.
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur have reported the role of two novel molecules – NFIA and GATA3 – in development of joint cartilage during embryo growth.
The study conducted on mice has found that the presence of an enzyme called IP6K1 played an important role in the formation of sperm cells in the male mouse
Degenerative disc disease is a major cause of low back pain affecting the mobility of people. A group of Indian scientists have developed a silk-based bioartificial disc that may find use in disc replacement therapy in future.
Researchers have developed a nanotechnology-based drug delivery system for an antimalarial drug that provides long-term protection from malaria after a single injection into the muscle.
Banana is the fourth most important food crop after wheat, rice and corn in terms of gross value of production. Now Indian scientists have used latest gene-editing techniques to modify the banana genome, for the first time.
Minister for Science and Technology, on Wednesday launched four new schemes which seek to help young researchers to realise their potential more fully for their own benefit as well as for the betterment of the society at large.
India is one of the eight major maize growing countries in Asia. However, its production is affected due to various diseases. Scientists are now a step closer to developing a disease-resistant maize variety.