Monthly Archives: March 2018

Scientists find seismic imaging is blind to water

Findings may lead scientists to reinterpret seismic maps of the Earth’s interior CAMBRIDGE, MASS.–When an earthquake strikes, nearby seismometers pick up its vibrations in the form of seismic waves. In addition to revealing the epicenter of a quake, seismic waves can give scientists a way

XLRI Announces Admission to Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) for Working Executives & Business Owners(Three-Year Part-Time Weekend Program) for 2018-21  

  >>Last Day to Apply for the Course- 31st March, 2018 XLRI – Xavier School of Management announces admission to the Postgraduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) for Working Executives & Business Owners for the batch 2018 to 2021.  XLRI has redesigned its highly successful three year AICTE approved Evening Post-graduate

MSD, Ferring complete clinical trial for Postpartum Haemorrhage

>>Excessive bleeding after childbirth (postpartum haemorrhage or PPH) is the leading direct cause of maternal mortality worldwide Ferring Pharmaceuticals and MSD, known as Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, N.J., U.S.A., through its MSD for Mothers initiative, has announced the completion of CHAMPION (Carbetocin Haemorrhage Prevention), a global clinical trial

US firm Lockheed Martin invites innovative ideas from startups

>>Applications for India Innovation Growth Programme from March 21  US war aircraft manufacturers Lockheed Martin will soon invite  innovation ideas from startups through its annual scheme “India Innovation Growth Programme,”   meant for start-ups and university students to take forward their ideas and hit the market.  “The applications

Evading in-flight lightning strikes

>>MIT study shows electrically charging planes would reduce their risk of being struck by lightning Aviation experts estimate that every commercial airplane in the world is struck by lightning at least once per year. Around 90 percent of these strikes are likely triggered by the