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New study says non-contact infrared thermometers are not successful as Covid-19 screeners

BALTIMORE: One of the most common symptoms of Covid-19 is being sick with fever, whereas a study by Johns Hopkins Medicine and the...

Noted scientist Roddam Narasimha passes away

BENGALURU: Prof Roddam Narasimha, noted aerospace scientists passed away at a private hospital in Bengaluru late on Monday. He was 87 and is...

Japan space agency confirms asteroid soil inside capsule

TOKYO: Japan's space agency said Monday it has confirmed the presence of black soil samples inside a capsule that the spacecraft Hayabusa2 brought...

Scientists focus on bats for clues to prevent next pandemic

RIO DE JANEIRO: Night began to fall in Rio de Janeiro's Pedra Branca state park as four Brazilian scientists switched on their flashlights...

Many Covid positive pregnant women are asymptomatic: Study

NEW YORK: Researchers, including one of Indian-origin have revealed that majority of pregnant women, who tested positive for Covid-19 on arrival to the...

Scientists develop new inhalation delivery system for vaccines

NEW YORK: Scientists have developed an inhalation delivery system for vaccines which generates potent immune responses in mice and non-human primates, without causing...

Indian scientists identify new potential drug treatments for Covid-19

NEW DELHI: Indian scientists have identified drugs and possible cocktails that can target vital proteins of the novel coronavirus, and may potentially help treat...

Sore eyes common vision-based indicator of Covid-19, study finds

LONDON: Sore eyes are the most significant vision-based indicator of Covid-19, according to a study led by an Indian-origin scientist which provides more understanding...

Face shields worn alone are not effective against Covid-19, says study

TOKYO: Face shields alone are not highly effective to prevent Covid-19 infection without masks, says a new study which assessed what happens to the...

Study reveals cancer patients receiving immunotherapy drugs have a higher risk of heart problems

WASHINGTON: A study of over a thousand cancer patients treated with immunotherapy drugs has found these patients are at greater risk of heart problems,...

Capsule with asteroid samples arrives in Japan for research

TOKYO: A small capsule containing asteroid soil samples that was dropped from space by Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft and landed in the Australian Outback arrived...

Double Dragons: SpaceX launches space station supplies

CAPE CANAVERAL: SpaceX launched a newer, bigger version of its Dragon supply ship to the International Space Station on Sunday, marking the first time...

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