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Massive supply gap in hiring Data Science talent in India: Study

New Delhi, Oct 19 | The Data Science industry is witnessing a massive supply gap when it comes to talent, with 92 per cent...

Overhyped science behind fake stem cell treatments for Covid: Study

New York, Oct 16 | Amid the rush to find quick treatments for Covid-19 last year, the world saw a global race to find...

Covid lockdowns had major impact on diabetes control: Study

London, Sep 30 | The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on people with Type 1 diabetes (T1D) and Type 2 diabetes (T2D) were...

Indian SMBs are more worried about cyber threats than before: Study

New Delhi, Sep 27 | Three out of four (74 per cent) small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in India suffered a cyber incident in...

Severe Covid infection can lead to delirium: Study

New York, Sep 22 | Patients hospitalised with severe Covid-19 infection are highly at risk of developing cognitive impairment -- including depression and delirium...

Pfizer’s Covid booster can cut severe infections in elderly: Study

Jerusalem, Sep 16 | A booster dose of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine can prevent both infections and severe illness in adults older than 60 shortly...

Vitamin D may protect severe Covid infection, death: Study

London, Sep 16 | Good amount of Vitamin D in the body before Covid-19 infection can prevent severe disease and death, according to an...

India moving away from coal slowly, considerable progress by states: Study

BY VISHAL GULATINew Delhi, Sep 14 | India alone is home to 7 per cent (21GW) of the global coal project pipeline, which is...

Drugs mimicking cigarette smoke may help Covid therapy: Study

Tokyo, Sep 13 | Researchers have identified two drugs that mimic the effect of chemicals in cigarette smoke and reduce the ability of SARS-CoV-2...

New Global Study Supports Healthy Buildings as a Critical Public Health...

Study substantiates prior findings that improved indoor air quality leads to enhanced cognitive function and health of building occupants PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.,...

Plant-based foods may cut risk of Covid infection, severity: Study

New York, Sep 9 | People whose diets were based on healthy plant-based foods such as fruits and vegetables had lower risks of getting...

E-cigarettes containing nicotine cause blood clotting: Study

London, Sep 6 | Using e-cigarettes containing nicotine causes an immediate increase in the formation of blood clots and a deterioration in the ability...

Study By Janak in association with AMP Motors organises a gala...

AMP Motors showcased the new Land Rover Defender 90 and Jaguar F-Pace Study By Janak launched a high-end Bespoke Store in Rajouri Garden ...

No serious health effects linked to mRNA Covid vaccines: Study

New York, Sep 4 | A team of researchers combining the health records of 6.2 million patients found no serious health effects that could...

Pfizer vax antibody levels decreased over 80% after 6 months: Study

New York, Sep 3 | Antibodies produced by the Pfizer vaccine against Covid-19 decreased more than 80 per cent after six months in some...

Nepal forms team to study boundary dispute with China

Kathmandu, Sep 2 | In a surprise move, the Nepal government has formed a team to probe the boundary dispute with China.There were reports...

25% of fully vaccinated healthcare workers in Delhi get Covid: Study

New Delhi, Aug 31 | Over 25 per cent of healthcare workers in Delhi were found Covid infected despite getting fully vaccinated, a recent...

Ayurvedic drug can help kidney recovery: Study

New Delhi, Aug 30 | An Ayurvedic poly-herbal formulation, NEERI-KFT, has the potential to not only slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease...

Delta variant doubles Covid hospitalisation risk: Study

London, Aug 28 | People infected with the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant have approximately double the risk of hospitalisation compared with those infected with the...

Roman Catholics of India’s West coast remnants of early Brahmin lineages:...

Hyderabad, Aug 26 | Roman Catholics of Goa, Kumta and Mangalore regions are the remnants of very early lineages of the Brahmin community, majorly...

Heart inflammation more common after Covid than Pfizer vax: Study

New York, Aug 26 | Pfizer's Covid vaccine has been linked with an increased risk of developing myocarditis -- a type of heart inflammation....

Covid vax fuels 100-fold rise in antibodies in lactating mothers: Study

New York, Aug 25 | The breast milk of lactating mothers vaccinated against Covid-19 contains a significant supply of antibodies that may help protect...

Australian travel bans lowered Covid cases by 88%: Study

Canberra, Aug 25 | Australia's national science agency has developed a tool capable of forecasting the number of coronavirus infections on each international flight...

Martian snow is dusty, can potentially melt: Study

New York, Aug 24 | A team of US scientists has developed a new approach to determine how dusty Mars ice really is, and...

TN Health Deptt to conduct sero surveillance study in 10 districts

Chennai, Aug 24 | The Tamil Nadu Health Department is gearing up to conduct serum surveillance survey in ten districts of the state following...

MedAlliance Announces Enrollment of First Patient in Erectile Dysfunction Feasibility Study...

NYON, Switzerland, Aug. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- MedAlliance has announced enrollment of the first patient in an erectile dysfunction (ED) feasibility study with its...

Covid-19 in pregnancy can increase premature birth risk by 60%: Study

London, Aug 17 | Contracting Covid-19 infection during pregnancy can increase the risk of premature birth by 60 per cent.The study, led by researchers...

WHO trial to study potential of 3 anti-malarial drugs against Covid

Geneva, Aug 13 | The World Health Organisation (WHO) has announced a clinical trial to study three antimalarial and anti-inflammatory drugs as potential treatments...

Booster covid jab will better protect against future variants: Study

London, Aug 11 | Even as the UK government is planning to give a third Covid vaccine shot to everyone above 50 years of...

DCGI okays study on mixing Covaxin & Covishield, trial in Vellore

New Delhi, Aug 11 | The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) has given the approval to conduct a study on mixing of Covishield...

Covid doubled depression, anxiety symptoms in children, youth: Study

Toronto, Aug 10 | Depression and anxiety symptoms have doubled in children and adolescents when compared to pre-pandemic times, according to an alarming study.Researchers...

43% respondents don’t trust people on dating apps: Study

New Delhi, Aug 7 | Amid the rising number of scams in dating apps, 43 per cent of the respondents of a study said...

Potential Covid medication found among tapeworm drugs: Study

New York, Aug 7 | A group of medications long prescribed to treat tapeworm has inspired a compound that shows two-pronged effectiveness against Covid-19...

Licensed drug may cut SARS-CoV-2 infection by up to 70%: Study

London, Aug 7 | A licensed drug normally used to treat abnormal levels of fatty substances in the blood could reduce infection caused by...

Eat mangoes to lower sugar levels, check cancer: Study

Lucknow, Aug 6 | For all those who have been avoiding eating mangoes due to health issues, including diabetes, here is some good news.The...

Long-lasting Covid-19 symptoms rare in kids: Study

London, Aug 4 | Most children with Covid-19 recover within a week, only a small percentage have long-term symptoms, according to a study published...

Girl gets lewd messages in study group, UP Police provides security

Lucknow, Aug 3 | A Class 8 student and her family have been provided security after the girl started receiving lewd messages on her...

Early Covid symptoms differ among age groups: Study

London, July 31 | The symptoms for early Covid-19 infection may differ among age groups and between men and women, new research published in...

The World’s First Study Of A Combination Between The AstraZeneca Vaccine...

MOSCOW, July 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF, Russia's sovereign wealth fund) announces initial safety results of the world's first...

New CDC study rings alarm bells: Vaccinated people can carry as...

By Nikhila NatarajanNew York, July 31 | US health officials Friday released details of an alarming new study which could totally muddle current thinking...

Delta variant produces similar viral loads in vaccinated, unvaccinated: Study

Washington, July 31 | A new study of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows the Delta variant produced similar amounts...

Covid virus may reach various layers of human retina: Study

Sao Paulo, July 30 | Brazilian researchers have found that SARS-CoV-2 viral particles may reach the various layers of the human retina and also...

AstraZeneca does not raise high blood clot risk post 2nd dose:...

London, July 29 | The incidence of rare blood clot is higher following a Covid-19 infection than two doses of AstraZeneca or Pfizer/BioNTech...

Diabetes, high BP raised brain stroke risk in Covid patients: Study

London, July 28 | Researchers have found that strokes were a common complication experienced by hospitalised adults with severe Covid-19, with higher rates than...

Global warming may limit spread of dengue fever: Study

New York, July 23 | Global warming could limit the spread of dengue fever but could also affect Wolbachia as a biological control agent,...

Common Covid antibiotic no more effective than placebo: Study

New York, July 17 | A new study has found that the antibiotic azithromycin was no more effective than a placebo in preventing symptoms...

AstraZeneca Covid vaccine protection may last a lifetime: Study

New Delhi, July 16 | The Oxford-AstraZeneca jab gives powerful protection that may last a whole lifetime, a new study has found.Apart from generating...

Madras HC dismisses PIL against committee to study NEET impact

Chennai, July 13 | The Madras High Court has dismissed a Public Interest Litigation filed by BJP's Tamil Nadu General Secretary, K. Nagarajan, against...

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JIBS awarded prestigious global engagement seed grant by IBRO

New Delhi, Oct 19 | In a significant academic development, Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences (JIBS) has been awarded the Global Engagement Seed Grant...