Tag: "missile" at medical news
Are Main Rivers in Himalayas Under Threat?
...vi to intercept messages from China and spy on its missile
launches. CIA operators and accomplished mountaineers from the Indo-Tibet Border Police were entrusted with the mission, which however ended in a fiasco with the detector getting lost in the mountain. In 1968, the CIA and the Indian authorities lau...
Bush Isolated on Climate Change Heading into G8
... in rebuffing Russian objections to US plans for a missile
defence system in Eastern Europe. Bush and Russi...s the systems would be used only to defend against missile
threats from rogue nations such as Iran and poses no threat to Russia. Moscow has rejected the assur...
Study Finds Lymphoma Drug Effective Over Long Term
...nt iodine. When injected, it travels like a guided missile
through the bloodstream to bind to a protein found on the surface of the cancerous cells. The radiation zaps these malignant cells with minimal exposure to normal tissues. With the Bexxar therapeutic regimen, a patient receives an injected test dos...
Bacteria Fighter Goes Where Antibiotics Can't
...e’s most powerful microbe //fighters into a guided missile
that strikes specifically at a common bacteria responsible for serious infections throughout the body. Professor Amram Mor of the Biotechnology and Food Engineering Faculty and his colleagues revamped an antimicrobial peptide, a small molecule made...
Hope For Patients With Macular Degeneration From Manmade Protein
...ing device for target cells and deliver it 'like a missile
carrying a payload' into the desired cells where it will slowly release the intraceptor, he says. Co-authors include Dr. Nirbhai Singh, MCG postdoctoral fellow; Pooja D. Jani and Shivan Amin, MCG medical students; and Tushar Suthar, a medical studen...
Dying for Data
...e than three times what's been spent on creating a missile
defense system over the past 20 years. The many technical, social, and political issues are also formidable. Given the far-reaching impact such a system would have on the well-being of every citizen, a failure would be profound. Unfortunately, as an ...
India set to become the global knowledge hub
...ce, novel drug discovery, biotech, nanotechnology, missile
technology and space. India's efforts to become a superpower in knowledge economy are spearheaded at the highest level by President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, who is a noted scientist himself, and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, an Oxford and Cambridge-edu...