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 Neurons controlling appetite made from skin cells

Neurons controlling appetite made from skin cells

02 Mar 2015

Washington: Researchers have for the first time successfully converted adult human skin cells into neurons of the type that regulate appetite, an advance that may lead to new treatments for obesity.

Neurons,   appetite,   human skin cells,   obesity treatment,   Columbia University Medical Center,  
 Calorie counting may affect the ability to focus

Calorie counting may affect the ability to focus

02 Mar 2015

Washington: Counting calories may help you shed a few pounds but the habit may adversely affect your ability to focus when you need it the most, new research suggests.

Calorie,   focus,   high calorie food,   University of California,  
Now, free legal advice, training at DU's legal aid clinics

Now, free legal advice, training at DU's legal aid clinics

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: To extend free advice on questions of law and offer consultations on matters like property rights, Delhi University is hosting legal aid clinics which will not be restricted only to the varsity fraternity but open to all.

Delhi University,   DU legal aid clinics,   Delhi State Legal Services Authority,   DSLSA,  
 Thinking of God makes people bigger risk-takers

Thinking of God makes people bigger risk-takers

27 Feb 2015

New York: Reminders of God can make people more likely to seek out and take risks, according to new research. The findings suggest that people are willing to take these risks because they view God as providing security against potential negative outcomes.

God,   Faith in god,   Stanford University,   followers of god ,  
How to buy happiness with money!

How to buy happiness with money!

28 Feb 2015

New York: To make the most of your money, better go for a vacation rather than spending it on a designer dress, suggests a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher.

Happiness,   money,   Cornell University,   Wealthy and happy,   Rich people,  
Altering brain's food sense may achieve healthy ageing

Altering brain's food sense may achieve healthy ageing

27 Feb 2015

New York: Tweaking the brain in order to alter the perception of feeding state and achieve low-calorie intake may promote healthy ageing, finds an interesting study.

human brain,   food,   healthy ageing,   Harvard University,  
Delhi <strong>University</strong> gears up to tackle hooliganism during Holi

Delhi University gears up to tackle hooliganism during Holi

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Deployment of mobile patrol squads, setting up of control room manned by police and DTC authorities and formation of teacher-student committees are among a series of measures being taken by Delhi University to check hooliganism during the festival of Holi.

Delhi University,   hooliganism,   Holi,   DU,   mobile patrol squads,   control room ,  
Ratan Tata honoured at South Carolina Auto Summit

Ratan Tata honoured at South Carolina Auto Summit

26 Feb 2015

Washington: Ratan Tata has been honoured with an honorary Doctorate of Automotive Engineering by the Clemson University at the South Carolina Automotive Summit this week.

Ratan Tata,   South Carolina Auto Summit,   honorary Doctorate,   Automotive Engineering,   Clemson University ,  
Amartya Sen to quit Nalanda <strong>University</strong>, alleges political interference; MEA refutes

Amartya Sen to quit Nalanda University, alleges political interference; MEA refutes

20 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Nobel laureate Amartya Sen has withdrawn his candidature as Nalanda University Chancellor for a second term, saying the Narendra Modi government does not want him to continue, a contention rejected by the Government.

NDA government,   Nobel laureate,   Amartya Sen,   Nalanda University,   GBNU,  
Nalanda <strong>University</strong> row: Won't reconsider decision without academic independence, says Amartya Sen

Nalanda University row: Won't reconsider decision without academic independence, says Amartya Sen

22 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Nobel laureate Amartya Sen ruled out reconsidering his decision not to seek a second term as Chancellor of Nalanda University since that would require a change in the position of the government on the academic independence of the University.

Nobel laureate,   Amartya Sen,   Nalanda University,   NDA government,  

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