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Patients may soon benefit from smart bed designed by startup

Kolkata, June 13 (IBNS): In a bid to help patients in developing countries like India have safe and sound sleep, a leukaemia survivor has created a low-cost ‘smart bed’ at a fraction of the cost of expensive hospital beds that can prevent falls and pressure sores.

UNSW team reports breakthrough in quantum computing

Sydney, May 17 (IBNS): A team of scientists from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia has measured for the first time accuracy of two-qubit operations in silicon, a feat that would enable scaling up to a full-scale quantum processor.  

India urged to bridge gap between evidence and policy in tackling women’s cancers

New Delhi, Dec 10 (IBNS): Underscoring the urgent need for countries like India to put women’s cancers on the map of the public health agenda, Prof Ian Jacobs, Vice-Chancellor of the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, an acknowledged global expert on the subject,  Monday said India can benefit immensely from the global experience on screening and prevention in the area of ovarian and cervical cancers.

India urged to bridge gap between evidence and policy in tackling women’s cancers

New Delhi, Dec 10 (IBNS): Underscoring the urgent need for countries like India to put women’s cancers on the map of the public health agenda, Prof Ian Jacobs, Vice-Chancellor of the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, an acknowledged global expert on the subject,  Monday said India can benefit immensely from the global experience on screening and prevention in the area of ovarian and cervical cancers.

AI will match human intelligence by 2062, claims UNSW expert

Sydney, Nov 5 (IBNS): Scientia Professor Toby Walsh tells the Festival of Dangerous Ideas that Artificial Intelligence is less than 50 years away from matching humans.

New method to detect early cancer using malaria protein from UNSW, Sydney

Sydney, Aug 28 (IBNS): Researchers have come up with a new method to detect cancer in its early stages by way of a malaria protein that sticks to cancer tumour cells in the blood.

Study finds Aboriginal children experience high burden of unintentional injury

Melbourne, Feb 19 (IBNS) New research shows Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children are more than one and a half times more likely to be hospitalised for unintentional injuries than non-Indigenous children, prompting calls for more targeted child injury prevention programs.