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Harvard scientist lights up neurons to find brain cures
Wed, Dec 17 2014. 12 17 PM

Harvard scientist lights up neurons to find brain cures

Seeing neurons at work may let researchers track brain activity, including firing patterns of cells affected by disorders like epilepsy or multiple sclerosis
Meet Vivek Murthy, US’s youngest-ever surgeon general
Tue, Dec 16 2014. 08 36 PM

Meet Vivek Murthy, US’s youngest-ever surgeon general

The Harvard grad has founded Doctors for Obama for Obamacare but faced NRA ire for his opinion on gun control
Fat-burning pill closer to reality, Harvard Researchers say
Tue, Dec 09 2014. 09 19 AM

Fat-burning pill closer to reality, Harvard Researchers say

Researcher says you could someday come up with a pill that would replace a treadmill in terms of its ability to burn fat or burn calories
Managment idea: Analysing the boss from hell
Tue, Nov 25 2014. 05 12 PM

Managment idea: Analysing the boss from hell

One of the reasons for the emergence of rude bosses is the culture they are exposed to
NCDs, mental illnesses to cost India $4.58 trillion by 2030
Mon, Nov 10 2014. 11 43 AM

NCDs, mental illnesses to cost India $4.58 trillion by 2030

Cardiovascular diseases, mental health major contributors to economic impact of non-communicable diseases, says the report by World Economic Forum and Harvard School of Public Health
Jayant Sinha: From IIT to Harvard to Modi’s ministry
Sun, Nov 09 2014. 07 34 PM

Jayant Sinha: From IIT to Harvard to Modi’s ministry

A profile of Jayant Sinha, son of BJP veteran and former finance minister Yashwant Sinha
Management idea round up | The benefits of learning from others
Tue, Oct 28 2014. 07 53 PM

Management idea round up | The benefits of learning from others

Seeking advice may convey wisdom as this is an efficient way to gather information
Harvard breakthrough grows insulin-control cells by the billion
Thu, Oct 09 2014. 10 51 PM

Harvard breakthrough grows insulin-control cells by the billion

The breakthrough comes after 15 years of seeking a bulk recipe for making beta cells, according to Harvard scientists
Mahzarin Banaji | Zooming in on blind spots
Sat, Oct 04 2014. 12 09 AM

Mahzarin Banaji | Zooming in on blind spots

The psychologist who studies the science of prejudice on exploring subconscious attitudes and the conflict within the mind
Management idea | Family CEOs work fewer hours than professionals
Tue, Sep 30 2014. 05 37 PM

Management idea | Family CEOs work fewer hours than professionals

Researchers found that founder CEOs and second- and younger-generation CEOs record 11% and 6.6% fewer hours at work than professional CEOs

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