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Smart software to diagnose prostate cancer

Beijing: Chinese scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system which can diagnose and identify cancerous prostate samples as accurately as any pathologist. This...

Disease X: A yet unborn threat to mankind

New Delhi: The 2018 annual review of the blueprint list of priority diseases released by the WHO this year is unique. Because this list...

Marijuana may help solve skin rash sting

Maryland: In a new video for Inside Science News Service, executive producer Karin Heineman interviews Robert Dellavalle from the University of Colorado School of...

PM to scientists: Take your research from labs to land

Imphal: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today exhorted scientists to extend their research from "the labs to the land" for the greater benefit of the people and said time...

Childhood aggression due to difficulty in planning, restraint

New Delhi: A new study finds that deficits in executive function — a measure of cognitive skills that allow a person to achieve goals...

Artificial Intelligence: Microsoft’s translator matches human performance

Washington: In a first, Microsoft researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that can translate news from Chinese to English with the same...

Space travel causes long-term change to DNA: NASA

Washington: Space travel caused lasting changes to seven percent genes of astronaut Scott Kelly, according to a NASA study which compared his DNA to...

China develops artificial heart with rocket technology

Beijing: Chinese scientists have developed an artificial heart using rocket technology and it is currently undergoing testing after thorough experiments on animals, a media report said today. The heart was developed...

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