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Eyes set on sky, children display drone-flying skills in Lucknow

All eyes were set on the sky as young minds gave wings to their dreams and skills at La Martiniere College ground in Lucknow on Thursday. After learning how to make and control unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) during a 20-day summer camp, 30 children in the age group of 6-16 years demonstrated their drone-flying skills on the concluding day of the programme. “This is the first time in the country where a platform was provided to the children to ignite their young minds to draw them towards aviation and robotics,”…

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Eyes Help Researchers ‘See’ Alzheimer’s Before Symptoms

PhotoCredit:istock Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have discovered that eyes could help them see progression of Alzheimer’s disease even before the onset of symptoms. The research may help overcome a major roadblock in the development of therapies for the brain disorder characterised by memory impairment. Looking through the eye to see the brain is a key advantage of the new technology. “The retina of the eye is not just ‘connected’ to the brain — it is part of the central nervous system,” said author Swati More of the University of…

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LeEco Eyes FIBP acclaim for Retail shops in next 2-three Months

chinese language electronics firm LeEco is hopeful of having FIPB approval in two-three months to release its own shops inside the usa, a top reputable stated Tuesday. “We applied for it (permission) about three weeks back. we’ve got had one meeting with the government after that, which has been very fantastic. So, we are hopeful that inside the next two-three months, we need to get it,” LeEco India smart Electronics commercial enterprise leader running Officer Atul Jain instructed PTI in Mumbai. last month, the telephone maker had filed an application…

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An Essential Vitamin That Can Protect Your Eyes Against Cataract

Eating a diet rich in vitamin C may slow the progression of cataract – a condition that may lead to blindness, reveals a study. It adds that environmental factors and diet tend to influence cataract more than genetic factors. The findings, published in the journal Ophthalmology, showed that those participants who had a higher intake of vitamin C were associated with a 33 percent risk reduction of cataract progression and had “clearer” lenses 10 years after the study than those who had consumed less vitamin C as part of their…

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