27 Feb, 2024
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Aspen Pharmacare partners with Johnson and Johnson to produce Covid-19 Vaccine

Aspen Pharmacare has signed a preliminary agreement with J&J (Johnson & Johnson) for the production of the Covid-19 vaccine. The South African pharmaceutical company will be involved in formulating and completing the secondary packaging of the vaccine. This facility is equipped with a production capacity of about 300 million doses per annum. The manufacturing is […]

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NASA has rolled out the MLP for its upcoming Moon Mission

The MLP (Mobile Launch Platform) has been readied at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. Rolled out on NASA’s crawler-transporter, the 380-foot tall MLP is slated to carry the Orion Spacecraft and SLS (Space Launch System) rocket. The MLP will be moved to the High Bay 3 in the Vehicle Assembly Building. The 6.8-kilometer crawl of the […]

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Asymptomatic People could be a lot safer than Normal ones

As per a study conducted in Britain on 100 Covid patients who were not hospitalized, it was observed that they had developed ‘cellular immunity’ to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Even patients who had a mild Covid infection exhibited this immunity. These patients were healthcare workers who had antibody responses in March and April after the Covid […]

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The Anti-Firecracker Campaign launched in Delhi

The Government of Delhi has come to a conclusive decision, ahead of the Diwali festival, regarding the bursting of firecrackers in the city. An Anti-Firecracker Campaign is to be launched from 7th November 2020 by the Environment Minister Gopal Rai. On Wednesday, he requested people in Delhi not to burst any crackers. This is being […]

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More than half of Sunlike Stars in the Milky Way may have a Habitual Planet

A new study suggests that the Milky Way exists with potential planets, which are almost Earth-like. Since there are billions of stars (sun-like) in the Milky Way galaxy, the research suggests that half of these stars can host life on them. These means that they are probable habitual zones. Average numbers state that each sunlike […]

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Ayurvedic drugs can be effective for Covid-19: AIIA

As per a case report cited in the AIIA (All India Institute of Ayurveda) report, ayurvedic medicines are effective in treating moderate and mild cases of Covid infections. The Covid-infected person in the study was a male health worker from Delhi. Under the guidance of Ayurveda doctors, he was administered Samshamana therapy. The patient’s infection […]

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ISRO to launch its first satellite of the year on 7th November

After a long gap of almost 10 months, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle has decided to go for its 51st mission. The PSLV-C49 will launch the EOS-01 from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. It is considered as a primary satellite alongside nine other international customer satellites. These will get launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre. […]

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Microsoft & NSDC collaborate to train Women in Digital Skills

The National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) has partnered with Microsoft in an initiative to empower 1 lakh young women with digital skills through training and improving their communication skills. This partnership has already been involved in extending digital skills training to youth all over India. This initiative is aimed at improving the employability of young […]