India has it right: nations either aim for the Moon or get left behind in the space economy

The new space race is more complex, with private players taking the lead in many ways, but government priorities and policy are still crucial.

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Mobile app-supported system to better manage people at risk of cardio-vascular disease

The system has the potential to improve the lives of tens of millions of people, particularly in low to middle-income countries where cardiovascular disease is on the rise.

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New ride-sharing algorithm promises better deal for riders & drivers

Routes recommended by the algorithm received up to 40% reduction in orders without ride-sharing than the shortest path. Also, this reduces waiting time for customers by 20%.

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A controlled-release oral tablet for kala azar and fungal infections

The tablets were found to release the drug Amphotericin B in a sustained and controlled manner over a period of 10 days.

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Everything You Wanted To Know About The First Ever Image of a Black Hole

The Event Horizon Telescope, or EHT, has imaged the silhouette or shadow of the black hole at the centre of M87, a galaxy 55 million light years from us.

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India Meteorological Dept Predicts ‘Near Normal’ South West Monsoon

Forecasts are prepared using a statistical ensemble forecasting system and a dynamical coupled ocean-atmosphere global climate forecasting system developed under the Monsoon Mission of the Ministry of Earth Sciences.

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