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Kolkata's Birla Hospital to Foray into Bangladesh

Kolkata's B.M. Birla Heart Research Centre is planning to set up a 200-bed super specialty hospital in Bangladesh as well as eight diagnostic// centres with an initial investment of Rs.300 million. Suyash Borar, chief operating officer of the hospital, told IANS: "We are going to set up a ...

Metro Detroiters Step Up for the Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure(R), May 30

...rogram Sponsor is Zeta Tau Alpha. The National Volunteer Recognition Sponsor is Quilted Northern Ultra Plush. Local sponsors include: Absopure, Aditya birla Minacs, Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS), American Laser Centers, Art Van Furniture, AstraZeneca, Biker Bob's Harley-Da...

Excellence in Supply Chain and Manufacturing Recognized at Frost & Sullivan's India Manufacturing Excellence Awards 2008

... Essar Steel Limited, Hazira Limited, Gwalior Engineering: Process: Larsen & Toubro Limited- birla White (A division of Grasim (Electrical Standard Products), Industries Limited), Jodhpur Powai Larsen & Toubro Limited- ...

Birla Sun Life Insurance Names Quest Diagnostics its Exclusive Provider of Health Assessment Services in India

...ices, including diagnostic laboratory testing, for birla Sun Life Insurance Company Limited (Birla Sun Life), a joint venture between The Aditya birla Group, one of the largest business houses in India...andidates, and related administrative services for birla Sun Life's individual life-insurance underwriting ...

Kolkata Hospital Wins Accreditation for High Quality Patient Care

... Kolkata's B.M. birla Heart Research Centre Friday became the first in the country to win a new government accreditation// in recognition of its high quality patient care. ...

A New Rapid 3-D Cell-Growth Technique For Growing Heart Muscle

...ity to measure the forces generated by the BEHM as it contracts is crucial, birla explains. It's made possible by a precise instrument called an optical forc...by engineered heart tissue samples grown and reported by other researchers. birla says the team expects to see greater forces created by BEHM in future exper...

Industrial Houses to Ensure Medicare for BPL Population

...e to the state's Below Poverty Line population. // The Tata Group has pledged to contribute Rs 25 crore for the said purpose while Jindal Steel, birla Group and Essar Group were expected to confirm their respective contribution to the Trust corpus soon, according to a Tata Steel release here. Th...

Medicos' Plan Anti-Quota Stir In Mumbai; Bollywood To Join Up

...lywood stars in a peace march on May 21 to protest against the quota// increase for OBCs in higher educational institutions. "We will assemble at birla Matorshri Hall in south Mumbai and march towards Azad Maidan," Ashish Tiwari, convener of the Indian Medical Association Mumbai Chapter told reporters...
Birla in Biological News

Engineering the heart piece by piece

...forms to engineer functional heart muscle in the laboratory. Last December, birla and first author Yen-Chih Huang, PhD, published a paper describing their su...ches are described in the recent review article. The new article, by birla and lead author Louise Hecker, a graduate student in the U-M Department of ...

A new approach to growing heart muscle

...ity to measure the forces generated by the BEHM as it contracts is crucial, birla explains. It's made possible by a precise instrument called an optical forc...by engineered heart tissue samples grown and reported by other researchers. birla says the team expects to see greater forces created by BEHM in future exper...
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