Sweden-India Collaboration in Health Sector

An interview with H.E. Klas Molin, Swedish Ambassador to India done by Sachin Gaur, Director Operations at InnovatioCuris for InnoHEALTH Magazine.

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Artificial Intelligence Coming Big Way in Healthcare Sector

Artificial intelligence has already found several areas in healthcare from the design of treatment plans to assist in repetitive jobs to medication

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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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Digital Safety Plan for Children

Digital safety plan for children being leveraged; zero tolerance towards violence against children need of the hour. UNICEF is working with Govt.

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Discourage single use plastic and instead use jute/cloth carry bags, insists Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan

Discourage Single-use plastic and instead use jute/cloth carry bags, Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan insists in an interaction with InnoHEALTH Magazine

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A Right Gesture Saves Life

Greeting gestures, a language of paying honour, respect, love, adoration, graciousness, empathy towards each other. It is a global custom and has multiple variations. Each country has its own customized version and ritual.

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Minds of Medalists behind their Medals

When 100ths of seconds count, an Olympian’s brain connections allow for faster decision-making. While stakes are high at the Olympics, the brain activity of the contenders will reveal almost every time that will choke under pressure.

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How to write a funding proposal?

Do you have any innovative idea? Pots of Money available for innovative projects, but Caution! No can lay hands on them without knack for saleable idea

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Unreported angels

Indian Council of Mental Health witnessed to the innate ability of pupils termed ‘Mad’ by the society. The power of that word can be so severe, practitioners in the field of mental health shun it like plague.

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Molecular mechanics controlling the circadian rhtythm

For many years we have known that living organisms, including humans, have an internal, biological clock that helps them anticipate and adapt to the regular rhythm of the day. Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael W. Young and Michael Rosbash 2017 Nobel Prize winners discovered molecular mechanism controlling the circadian rhythm

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