The many applications of high temperature superconductors

A software programme called Computer Imaging Sperm Selection (CISS) that scientists working with rare animals incarcerated in zoos use to enhance the chances of fertilisation, is now being tested on

Industrial houses and research organisations must join hands and rethink about Indian health standards

Scientists have incorporated a facet of human logic into a computer programme to help in disease diagnosis

A NEW rapid dipstick method to detect the presence of the malarial parasite, Plasmodium falciparum, could prove a boon to diagnosticians. The test, which has a sensitivity as high as 95 to 100 per

Simple urine and blood tests could soon be used to detect cancer. Scientists at the Boston Children's Hospital and the Harvard Medical School have detected increased levels of a tumour-related

Medical researchers at the University of Arkansas have found a way to reduce dramatically the time needed to diagnose tuberculosis. The new method, which involves analysing genetic material