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Case booked against MANUU authorities

Assistanr Professor, Dr. B Kotaiah in his complaint said was suspended on false allegations and also the some of the non-scheduled caste authorities conspired and socially boycotted him

Biomarker identified for early prediction of diabetic kidney failure

This new study is significant because the findings should cause concern in a country where most treatment costs are paid out-of-pocket by patients

Taller men may have lower dementia risk in old age: Study

The study, published in the journal eLife, indicates that young adult height might be one potential risk factor to consider

Police search Osmania University professor’s home in Hyderabad

Tension prevailed on the campus with several students carrying out a protest rally.

Hypertension major risk factor that fuels NCDs in Telangana: Study

The role of hypertension and diabetes in the rise of NCDs is well documented and two recent studies have further re-established this hypothesis

NASI-young scientist award for UoH faculty

Dr Murali Banavoth received this award in recognition of his notable contributions to research in solar energy as a young scientist under the age of 35

IIT-Hyderabad professor gets young achievers award

Sangareddy: Chandrashekar Sharma, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT-H), has received the Young Achievers Award. The award was presented...

University of Hyderabad team conducts path-breaking study

Dr Anil’s laboratory is interested in understanding the mechanism of how pathological events trigger and implicate in the pathogenesis of diabetic nephropathy

Hyderabad varsity team conducts pathbreaking study on diabetic nephropathy

Diabetes is a major cause of kidney failure, blindness, heart attacks, stroke and amputation of lower limbs, and is one of the leading causes of death worldwide.

Climate change causing birds to shrink in size: Study 

The findings, published in the journal Ecology Letters, also show that wing length increased significantly in 40 species over the same period

MANUU awards PhD to two scholars

The Maulana Azad National Urdu University has declared Mohammad Rizwan Ansari as qualified in Doctor of Philosophy in Urdu. He has worked on the...

Cancer patients more likely to die of heart problems, stroke: Study

Among the 3,234,256 cancer patients, 38 per cent (1,228,328) died from cancer and 11 per cent (365,689) died from CVDs

Spinal cord injury linked to higher rates of stroke: Study

They researchers found that sleep-related breathing problems in people with spinal cord injury were associated with reduced health of brain blood vessels

Poor relationship with family bad for your health: Study

For the study published in the Journal of Family Psychology, the researchers used data from 2,802 participants in the Midlife Development in the US survey that included a nationally representative sample of adults from 1995 to 2014

NIT Warangal tops 31 NITs in faculty strength

According to the NIT Director Prof NV Ramana Rao, selections for the positions in the levels of assistant professor grade and promotions of professors to the HAG level were conducted from October 13 to 24.

GITAM faculty to head CSIR project

The project is titled as ‘Synthesis and Characterization of Hybrid Nano-composites' based on Nanoscale Metal-Oxide Semiconductor and Conducting Polymer for Chemical and Biological Sensor Applications

Groundwater in US brimming with antibiotic-resistant genes

"ARGs are not regulated in any way and are a challenging emerging contaminant of concern due to our reliance on biological treatment in the engineered water cycle."

Eye-tracking technology can make driving safer

"Therefore, a two-way communication channel needs to exist between a driver and a vehicle. For instance, if a driver is aware of a possible crash, then the vehicle does not have to warn the driver as much," Kim said.

Eye-tracking technology could help make driving safer

"A two-way communication channel needs to exist between a driver and a vehicle. For instance, if a driver is aware of a possible crash, then the vehicle does not have to warn the driver as much,"

IIT-Hyderabad team develops simple catalyst for producing bio-fuel precursors

Their catalyst showed better efficiency and selectivity than commercial catalysts to produce the desired C15 oxygenated hydrocarbon, a precursor to diesel and jet fuel.

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