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Chalk and board teaching is far better than teaching with power point presentation

The world today is evolving, and so is technology. Technology has made our lives easy and far more efficient. Technology has given us access to things which we never imagined before and thus

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Robert Geoffrey Edwards: the man who faced lawsuits for his discovery

The Nobel laureate, whose story I am going to highlight today, is one of the pioneers in the field of Reproductive Biology; his ground-breaking discovery could bring smiles to millions of in

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Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) in Animals

Introduction: In India, about 20.5 million people depend on the livestock sector for their livelihood. It contributes around 4.11% GDP and 25.6% of total agricultural GDP of the country. Re

Promising Young Scientist of Northeast

PROMISING YOUNG SCIENTIST OF NORTHEAST ( Ninth Issue)

DROSOPHILA NEUROBIOLOGY LABORATORY DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY NAGALAND UNIVERSITY LUMAMI, NAGALAND, INDIA   Lab Chief: Dr. Sarat Chandra Yenisetti Ph.D., PDF (Univ. Regensburg, German

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Praying Mantis Orthetrum pruinosum (Crimson-tailed marsh hawk) (Male) Argyrodes sp. (Dewdrop Spider) Lime Swallotail (Papilio demoleus L) Indian Common Mormon ( Papilio Polytes L) Green Jewel Bug ( Scutiphora pedicellata)

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A contemporary technique for DNA synthesis

A contemporary technique for DNA synthesis Most of the biological research of the present era requires synthetic pieces of DNA in the form of primers, probes, genes and sometime even artifi