Analysts see Indians gaining from new UK Visa programme for researchers
The Global Talent Visa does not cap the number of beneficiaries and will offer researchers a flexible immigration route to the UK. It replaces the tier-I visa which had a limit of 2,000 and comes as England prepares to leave the European Union later this month.
Britain to begin fast-tracking visas for top scientists
Britain will leave the EU on Friday, drawing a line under years of debate about wheth...
UK introduces new fast-track visa to attract scientists
After Brexit, EU citizens will lose the automatic right to live and work in the U.K., and Britons to settle in the bloc's 27 remaining nations. This has sparked fears of massive job shortage in Britain which is why Prime Minister Boris Johnson has introduced a new fast-track visa to attract more of the world's best scientists to the U.K.
Stress is turning your hair white, and scientists have found a way to interrupt the process
In the study, published in the journal Nature, the scientists induced intense pain in special black mice for several weeks using a substance called resiniferatoxin, and turned the animals' fur completely white.
Scientists create living concrete using bacteria
Scientists have used bacteria to create a sustainable concrete that is alive, and can even reproduce, an advance that may help reduce the environmental impact of the construction industry.
Don't wait for the symptoms, new blood test can predict onset of TB six months in advance
This test can help treat the disease better, and save countless lives.
China jails scientist who gene-edited babies
He Jiankui, the first-ever scientist to create world's first gene-edited babies, has been sentenced to three years in prison along with three million yuan ($430,000) as fine by a court in Shenzhen. According to news agency Xinhua, He was “illegally carrying out the human embryo gene-editing intended for reproduction”
PM urges young scientists to "innovate, patent, produce and prosper"
PM Narendra Modi addressed a congregation of young and budding scientists in Bangalore after inaugurating the 107th Session of Indian Science Congress. He said with more innovations there will be more patents, which in turn will make our production smoother.
Joy, anxiety or fear? The music you listen to can evoke 13 emotions
The new study analyses how people respond to different genres of music.
AI can spot bowel cancer at early stages, predict its severity
Bowel cancer is most treatable if it is detected before they have spread to other sites in the body.
Make as many mistakes as you can, spend entire budget: PM Modi motivates young scientists
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Five Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) Young Scientists Laboratories in Bengaluru. ...
PM Modi to address 107th session of Indian Science Congress
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the 107th session of Indian Science Congress in Bangalore on Friday. Earlier yesterday, he launched five Young Scientists Laboratories of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).
Science under attack: How Trump is sidelining researchers and their work
At a time when the United States is pulling back from world leadership in other areas like human rights or diplomatic accords, experts warn that the retreat from science is no less significant. Many of the achievements of the past century that helped make the United States an envied global power are the result of the kinds of government research now under pressure.
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