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Author’s name: Neelansh Bhartiya

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Electricity, The New Detective

Electricity, The New Detective

neelanshblogger 18/01/2017 0
 Six sugar molecules can be put together in a trillion ways. Since some sugars are indicators of diseases, telling them apart could lead to better disease detection or medicines. To identify some molecules, it usually takes many samples or pricey har...
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Waste To Wealth, The Biggest Transformation

Waste To Wealth, The Biggest Transformation

neelanshblogger 18/01/2017 0
Vanita Prasad, a scientist-entrepreneur from Baroda, with the help of a government grant,  is developing an innovative solution to the mammoth problem of waste management in India.Prasad describes her first product –  a dry granulated mixture of 56 c...
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The ABC of Laminar Air Flow (LAF)

The ABC of Laminar Air Flow (LAF)

neelanshblogger 19/01/2017 0
 Laminar air flow (LAF) or a biosafety cabinet provides ISO Class I area for performing aseptic work. It has inbuilt HEPA and pre-filters circulating the stream of sterile air that blows any contaminating particulate matter in the working zone. LAF i...
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A new class of materials could revolutionize biomedical, alternative energy industries

A new class of materials could revolutionize biomedical, alternative energy industries

neelanshblogger 29/01/2017 0
 Polyhedral boranes, or clusters of boron atoms bound to hydrogen atoms, are transforming the biomedical industry. These humanmade materials have become the basis for the creation of cancer therapies, enhanced drug delivery and new contrast agents ne...
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“Sugar, I can’t work without you.”, says Brain

“Sugar, I can’t work without you.”, says Brain

neelanshblogger 29/01/2017 0
 New research is providing insights into why the brain is so reliant on sugar to function. In a study published Jan. 19 in Neuron, a research team led by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators discovered that brain cells use a specific sugar, glucose, ...
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