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    Using Artificial Intelligence to Protect Maternal Health

    An interdisciplinary team is developing a mobile health platform that uses AI to detect infection in Cesarean section wounds. The mobile platform uses artificial...

    Divorce is More Common in Albatross Couples with Shy Males, Study Finds

    In a long-studied population of wandering albatrosses, females are less likely to stick with a shy mate. By Jennifer Chu  |  MIT News Office The wandering...

    Stethoscope ‘Still Useful’ to Detect Child Heart Problems

    The humble stethoscope remains valuable in detecting childhood heart ailments, especially as imaging the heart with echocardiography is costlier and burdens health systems. Scientists...

    Analysis of Email Traffic Suggests Remote Work May Stifle Innovation

    At MIT, social networks with “weak ties,” which help foster new ideas, declined during the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers report. Michaela Jarvis | MIT News Office The debate over...

    Motorcycle Riders Breathe Easy with Air-Filtering Helmet

    A new helmet protects motorcycle riders from outdoor pollutants, besides providing protection from head injuries. The air drawn through a filter in the new...

    MIT’s MOXIE Experiment Reliably Produces Oxygen on Mars

    Day and night, and across seasons, the instrument generates breathable oxygen from the Red Planet’s thin atmosphere. Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office On the red and dusty...

    Coordination and Monitoring Mechanism Envisaged for Private Participation in Science Research in States

    Plan are afoot for the union government and the state governments to work to promote private sector participation in the state research and development...

    These Neurons Have Food On the Brain

    MIT scientists have discovered a population of neurons that light up whenever we see images of food. Anne Trafton | MIT News Office A gooey slice of pizza....
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    Non-communicable Diseases Emerge as ‘Top Killers Globally’ – WHO

    Authors of the report say that every two seconds, one person under the age of 70 dies of a...

    How to Make COP27 a Success

    From melting glaciers to a ‘monster’ monsoon, record-breaking floods have left a third of Pakistan currently under water and...

    Have MGNREGA Workers Become Bonded Labourers?

    Millions of workers remain unpaid for their work for several months. Despite over Rs. 21,000 crores of pending wages,...

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