Dr Archana Sharma, is the only Indian among 2,000 physicists at world's largest laboratory with 22 partner countries and India as one of the associate members.
Scientists have successfully used the CRISPR Cas9 gene editing technology to wipe out a genetically inherited heart mutation in embryos.
Researchers edited skin stem cells from newborn mice using CRISPR-based technology so that the cells secreted a peptide that regulates blood sugar.
In 1985, Diamond's findings were almost disappointing. Einstein's brain did not contain more neurons overall than the average person's.
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will sign an MoU with CSIR-National Physical Laboratory (NPL) for time and frequency traceability services.
In recent years, the idea that everyone should strive towards attaining a university degree has become a focus of debate for education in Singapore.
Last week, P.M. Modi has asked Indian scientists to apply science to solve problems like air pollution. We agree! But how with only 0.3% of government budget on research?
The Andhra government agreed to set up a dedicated research centre in Uddanam region to find a solution to high prevalence of chronic kidney disease.
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has developed an integrated Central University Portal focusing on better coordination between Central Universities (CUs), UGC and MHRD.
Over 350 Indian scientists gave up jobs in reputed foreign institutions between 2014 and 2016 to return to work for domestic establishments, the government today informed the Lok Sabha.