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High powered <strong>MRI</strong> scans identify language centers in brain

High powered MRI scans identify language centers in brain

29 Oct 2014

Vienna: A study from the Medical University of Vienna found how 7-Tesla ultra high-field magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) could be used to clearly show the brain areas responsible for speech processing and production.

MRI scans,   brain,   magnetic resonance imaging,   MRI,   MRI scanners,  
Vegetative patients show 'hidden consciousness'

Vegetative patients show 'hidden consciousness'

17 Oct 2014

London: Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have discovered hidden signatures in the brains of people in a vegetative state, a finding which suggests that some patients who are in a coma may be aware despite being unable to communicate.

Vegetative patients,   hidden consciousness,   brain,   magnetic resonance imaging,   MRI,  
Brain surgery through cheek bone for epilepsy patients

Brain surgery through cheek bone for epilepsy patients

16 Oct 2014

New York: Researchers have developed a robotic device for people suffering from epilepsy that would enter through the cheek bone, thereby avoiding having to drill through the skull besides being much closer to the target area.

Brain surgery,   epilepsy patients,   robotic device,   cheek bone,   nickel-titanium needle,   MRI,  
Providing toilet <strong>facilities</strong> will not address sanitation woes in India, reveals a study

Providing toilet facilities will not address sanitation woes in India, reveals a study

10 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi may be putting lot of efforts to construct toilets in every household of the country, but a recent study revealed that mere building toilets will not solve the sanitation woes of India.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   India,   toilets,   Sanitation,   Lancet medical journal,  
Railways target reduction in operating costs

Railways target reduction in operating costs

18 Oct 2014

Lucknow: Reducing operating ratio was a big challenge before the Railways and a target of reducing it to 85 percent from existing 94 percent has been fixed, Union Minister of state Manoj Sinha said here on Saturday.

Indian railways,   railways,   operating costs reduction,   Manoj Sinha,   Research Design and Standards Organisation,   RDSO,   infrastructure facilities,   Narendra Modi,  
Brain network that controls use of tools identified

Brain network that controls use of tools identified

02 Oct 2014

Berlin: Scientists have discovered that there is a specific network in the brain for using tools. Researchers from Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM) and the Klinikum rechts der Isar hospital in Germany have analyzed the brain networks that control the use of tools or other utensils.

Brain network,   network in the brain,   tools,   magnetic resonance,   MRI,  
NALCO to provide sanitation <strong>facilities</strong> in 150 schools

NALCO to provide sanitation facilities in 150 schools

04 Oct 2014

Bhubaneswar: As part of its commitment to ensure cleanliness under 'Swachh Bharat campaign', Central public sector undertaking National Aluminium Company Limited (NALCO) on Friday decided to provide sanitation facilities in more than 150 schools in Odisha.

Swachh Bharat campaign,   NALCO,   Central public sector,   Nalco,   sanitation facilities ,  
Civil Aviation Minister inspects <strong>facilities</strong> at Chennai airport

Civil Aviation Minister inspects facilities at Chennai airport

29 Sep 2014

New Delhi: After receiving complaints of lack of cleanliness at Chennai airport, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju has carried out an inspection of the key infrastructural facilities there.

Civil Aviation Minister,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   Minister of State,   GM Siddeshwara,   Airports Authority of India,   Chennai airport ,  
MCI secretary, former <strong>IHBAS</strong> head under CBI scanner

MCI secretary, former IHBAS head under CBI scanner

14 Aug 2011

Medical Council of India secretary Dr Sangeeta Sharma and former director of Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) are under CBI scanner for the alleged irregularities in installation of MRI facilities at IHBAS from 2005 to 2008.

Medical Council of India secretary,   Sangeeta Sharma,   Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences,   IHBAS,   CBI scanner,   MRI facilities at IHBAS,  
Harsh Vardhan assures all help in restoring med <strong>facilities</strong> in J&K

Harsh Vardhan assures all help in restoring med facilities in J&K

24 Sep 2014

Srinagar: Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Harsh Vardhan assured Jammu and Kashmir government all help in restoring medical care facilities which has suffered a loss of over Rs 150 crore loss due to ravaging floods in the state.

Harsh Vardhan,   restoring,   medical facilities,   J&K,   J&K flood,   natural calamity,   floods,  

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