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Columbian Medical College endorses using brain-dead women as surrogate mothers, later apologises after outrage

Colombian Medical College tendered an apology after it endorsed a controversial paper which called for using brain-dead women as surrogate mothers.

Eye movement holds clues to how humans make decisions, new research finds

A new study at University of Colorado Boulder found that human eyes can reveal information about their decisions.

Woke concepts creeping into science? Gender activists push to stop anthropologists from marking human remains as ‘male’ or ‘female’

Gender activists want anthropologists to stop marking human remains as male or female.

Tamil Nadu CM Stalin wants to stop the Neutrino Observatory project at Theni, writes to PM Modi citing environmental concerns

In his letter, MK Stalin has written that the proposed project site at Pottipuram village in the Theni district of Tamil Nadu falls within the Mathikettan-Periyar tiger corridor as mapped by the National Tiger Conservation Authority and if the project is carried out, it may 'destroy' the genetic flow of the corridor.

Not one input predicted the intensity and ferocity of the Covid-19 second wave, says Science & Technology secretary

DST Secretary Ashutosh Sharma said that election rallies and Kumbh are not the main reasons for the second wave of Covid-19 in India

Popular media personality Neil deGrasse Tyson faces widespread mockery after American meat brand takes potshots at him

Famous TV personality and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was subject to criticism and ridicule on social media.

Clean energy, water, health and astronomy: This is how India is spearheading the fight against global challenges

India is one of the founding members of the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI) which aims to support the human-centric and responsible development and use of Artificial Intelligence.

Kerala state board Class 9 textbook distorts history, claims Abu al-Qasim Al-Zahwari was the ‘Father of Surgery’ instead of Sushrutha

Indian physician Sushrutha, who lived much earlier than Al-Zahwari, is considered to be the 'father of surgery'

People in South Asia, esp Bangladesh, at greater risk of Coronavirus as they have DNA that was the result of ancient humans having sex...

A particular genome segment spannig six genes on Chromosome 3, inherited from Neanderthals, may be behind an aggravated response to coronavirus infection, some scientists have stated.

India’s space station to accommodate three astronauts, ISRO to set it up in five-seven years

The initial designs for the space station, which is still in a nascent stage, suggest a 20-tonne modular abode in the low earth orbit (LEO), at an altitude of 120km to 140km.

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