One of the most unique organisms amongst the reptile species is the warm blooded lizard, Tegu. These lizards have the capability of heating themselves 10 degree Celsius more than their surrounding temperature. […]
Currently a Masters of Science student in Biomedical Engineering at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Ramani's interests revolve around medical device development and her current thesis work is centered around developing an orthopedic force sensor for the knee, to measure the maximum force the knee can withstand after an arthroscopic surgery.
She did her bachelors from Vellore institute of Technology, India in Biomedical Engineering
Have you ever considered the possibility of a painkiller being used to prevent a person from committing suicide? If not, it’s time to rethink. According to a preliminary trial, small […]
The process wherein a baby is intentionally born under water either in a tub or a pool is termed as water birth. Supporters of water birth say it results in […]
A study published on January 5th in the Biophysics journal reveals that a peptide derived from the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) kills a number of viruses while leaving the hosts cells unharmed […]
According to a new study conducted at the Georgia State University, PhD recipients whose research is funded earn high wages after graduation, participate in labour markets nationally as well as […]
The ministry of Science and Technology has instructed organizations involved with scientific research to start financing their own projects, send in a monthly update and to make sure that their […]
Researchers from Royal Holloway University of London, have predicted the movement of the participant just by analysing their brain activity. This study is the first human study and involves a […]