Within a document that is 1,000 pages long, American researches have outlined what they say could be the cure to HIV/AIDS. Yesterday, the American Gene Technologies (AGT) submitted their study for Phase I retail of its autologous cell therapy for HIV, reported BioBuzz. The therapy involves an individual’s cells – culturedRead More →

After much anticipation and some criticism, presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren added pre-K-12 education to her trove of plans. Senator Warren, a former special education teacher, has been active in education policy in her time in the Senate as a member of the committee tasked with overseeing education. Until now, Warren’s education plans onlyRead More →

As fast food moves beyond restaurants, customers may soon find themselves ordering McDonald’s from a restaurant on wheels – even if they don’t realize it. On Thursday, fast-casual chain &pizza and food-tech startup Zume, best known for its pizza-making robots, announced a partnership to launch mobile kitchens. “For the last 2,000 years,Read More →

In 2013, Vivek Panchpande, who is visually challenged, felt elated when he got accepted for higher studies at four different universities in Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US. He had always wanted to study abroad but his dream remained unfulfilled. “With no collateral like a house to mortgageRead More →