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Alexander Fleming

Timeline:  6 August 1881 – 11 March 1955 Place of study:  St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School, Paddington Famous for:  Discovery of the world’s first broadly effective antibiotic substance, benzylpenicillin (Penicillin G) Discovery of the enzyme, lysozyme Awards: Fellow of the Royal Society (1943) Cameron Prize for Therapeutics of the University of Edinburgh (1945) Nobel Prize […]

How Asthma Patients Can Tackle COVID-19 Smartly

The COVID-19 pandemic is nothing short of a nightmare for us. It becomes one step more undesirable for patients with respiratory problems, because catching COVID-19 could be potentially fateful for them. Patients with asthma, COPD, bronchitis etc. have probably been on the edge since this pandemic began. It is very essential for them to take […]

Hepatitis Facts : World Hepatitis Day 2020

Every year on 28 July, World Hepatitis Day (WHD) is observed to raise awareness about viral hepatitis, its impact on the world and influence real change in people. In 2020 the theme is ‘Find the Missing Millions’. Today, there are nearly 300 million living with viral hepatitis. Their lives are in danger because they are […]

CRISPR Technology: A Revolutionary Gene Editing Tool

In recent years, genetic engineering has had various advancements. Due to this, genetic engineers are expanding their study in fields ranging from agriculture to biomedical science. One interesting and rather popular tool for gene editing is the “clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats” or simply, CRISPR technology. Let’s learn more about it in this blog! […]

Marie Curie

Timeline:  7 November 1867 –  4 July 1934 Place of study:  University of Paris, France Famous for:  Discovery of two elements, polonium and radium Techniques for isolating radioactive isotopes Development of the theory of radioactivity Conducted studies for the treatment of neoplasms using radioactive isotopes Developed mobile radiography units to provide X-ray services to field […]

Sunshine and Its (Mostly Good) Effects On You

As a nation, we’ve officially been on a lockdown for a little over 100 days. While some of us may have gotten the opportunity to step outside the house and soak a little sunshine on our way to get groceries (or at times, work), many of us have been inside the house 24/7. We’re definitely […]

Positive Thinking : How To Actually Do It

We’re living in tough and unprecedented times. Every day is a new wave of disappointing and at times, less than positive updates from around the globe. Most of us are confined in our houses, trying our best to curb the spread of COVID-19 from the inside, while others such as doctors, nurses and essential workers […]

Psychology Facts That Will Surprise You!

Human psychology is interesting and powerful, but understanding it does is a long and difficult process. Every human brain is unique with its thoughts and emotions, yet somehow we tend to share some responses with our fellow beings. We have our conscious and subconscious mind working individually as well as together to make us what […]