Young Indian Innovators Compete with Best Brains

Young Indian Innovators all set to compete with best brains from 78 countries. Obesity is on the rise globally, emerging as a major public health challenge.

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Distributed incubation may help promote grassroots innovations

The idea is to develop some kind of distributed incubation and to nurture ventures in their respective regions, in the spirit of in-situ incubation

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Healthcare Newscope

Healthcare Newscope | New Initiatives to Boost Technology Incubators | NEET’s Qualification Mandatory for Foreign Medical Course | Encouragement of AYUSH Medicines

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30 min of sunbath a week can make infants’ vitamin-D sufficient

The study found that an exposure of as low as about 30 minutes of sunlight per week with about 40% of the child’s body exposed to the sunlight can help achieve adequate vitamin-D status at 6 months of age.

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Alcohol addiction: Counselling can be of great help

Alcohol abuse contributes to illness and premature deaths in a big way. It is also associated with several socio-economic consequences such loss of earnings and domestic violence.

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Smartcity development are heat islands

The phenomenon of urban heat islands, in which concrete and built areas experience higher temperatures than surrounding rural areas, may get accentuated with rapid urbanization.

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Forecast dengue spread

Climate-based dengue forecasting model could help in planning effective and efficient disease control operations well in advance and optimize the use of resources meticulously.

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New method to remove harmful drugs from water

Rsearchers have developed a slurry photocatalytic membrane reactor which involves a filtration process similar to the one used to purify drinking water.

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INDIA’S NUTRITION ATLAS GOES LIVE

The Hyderabad-based National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) has developed the country’s first Nutrition Atlas to provide all the relevant data and information about nutrition.

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