Monthly Archives: July 2017

Study predicts heart cells’ response to dwindling oxygen

Results may help surgeons determine when and how to treat heart attacks BY JENNIFER CHU, MIT NEWS OFFICE  CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Time is of the essence when treating a patient undergoing a heart attack. Cardiac surgeons attempt to quickly stabilize the heart by applying reperfusion, a

Kerala Startup Mission to host ‘Meetup Cafe’ on July 21

Kochi: Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM), in association with Maker Village, will host ‘Meetup Cafe’, a platform aiming to bring innovators, industry leaders, investors, academicians and government officials together. Leading entrepreneur and V-Guard Industries Limited Chairman Kochouseph Chittilappilly will be the chief guest at the event, to

Changing the face of India Education using ICT tools

India is emerging as an economic powerhouse and it cannot function without the support of ICT BY RAUNAK JAIN  Indian Education system is at crossroads. Technological advancements coupled with social changes have lead to a shift in the thinking of society at large. Government has

Bitcoin study: Period of exclusivity encourages early adopters

Delaying access for the tech-savvy can stifle spread of new products, experiment shows BY ROB MATHESON, MIT NEWS CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Giving early adopters the first access to new technologies can help diffuse those technologies among the masses. A notable example is Google’s rollout of Gmail: