20 Oct 2020
India to play crucial role in COVID-19 vaccine process
As the world's largest vaccine manufacturer, India will play a major role in the vaccination efforts for COVID-19.
05 Oct 2020
Nobel Prize: Three scientists win for 'discovering Hepatitis C virus'
The 2020 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine has been awarded jointly to three scientists for the "discovery of the Hepatitis C virus."
23 Sep 2020
Bharat Biotech signs deal for nasal COVID-19 vaccine: Details here
In a major move, Bharat Biotech has signed an agreement to license a nasal COVID-19 vaccine developed by the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, United States.
16 Jun 2020
Experts think first COVID-19 vaccines might not prevent infection
The work to develop a vaccine for the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is moving faster than any of us could have imagined.
01 Dec 2017
This neurosurgeon wants to connect humans with Internet using brain-implants!
Dr. Eric Leuthardt, scientist-neurosurgeon at Washington University in St. Louis, believes "brain implants" to seamlessly connect people and computers will be the trend in the coming decades like tattoos and plastic-surgeries.
22 Oct 2016
Trump reluctant to honour election's outcome
Against a backdrop of a shaky performance in the final presidential debate, Donald Trump has stated that he would "totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election" only if he is the winner.
20 Oct 2016
CNN: Clinton the winner of final Presidential debate
According to a CNN/ORC poll of watchers of the final Presidential debate, Hillary Clinton defeated Donald Trump by a 13-point margin.
05 Oct 2016
Kaine pressures Pence on Trump controversies in Vice-presidential debate
Democrat Tim Kaine aggressively questioned Mike Pence on several controversial policy standpoints advocated by Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump.
27 Sep 2016
Trump, Hillary face-off in first Presidential debate
The first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was divided into 6 segments (15 minutes each).