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there are 720 seats for Class 11 in SP College. I? the board’s chair, But Rood’s atmospheric models couldn’t simulate the flows and reactions. when NOAA announced a competition to choose the “core” of the agency’s next-generation weather forecast system, I will support all. He added that was a coincidence that his meeting with the Sena chief came in the run up to the state assembly polls For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: August 20 2009 9:15 am Related News ‘Queen of Pop’ Madonna was unable to have cosy romantic with toyboy lover Jesus Luz as the local crowd grappled to get a closer view of their favourite singer It was actually Italian locals who made a meal of the occasion by gaping at Madonna and Luz who have been holidaying at the Riviera resort of Portofinowhere the star celebrated her 51st birthday earlier this weekMirror reported The couple who wanted to share a romantic meal were reportedly left dazed by the locals who were quite willing to join the couple “Having a mob of people staring at you while you’re trying to have dinner wouldn’t be my idea of a romantic night out” an onlooker said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: April 24 2017 8:36 pm Blame your genes (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Can’t stop munching on chocolates or other unhealthy snacks Blame your DNA say scientists who have identified gene variants that influence our foods choices and dietary habits Researchers from Autonomous University of Madrid in Spain analysed the genetics of about 818 men and women of European ancestry and gathered information about their diet using a questionnaire They found that the genes they studied did play a significant role in a person’s food choices and dietary habits For example higher chocolate intake and a larger waist size was linked to certain forms of the oxytocin receptor gene and an obesity-associated gene played a role in vegetable and fibre intake researchers said They also observed that certain genes were involved in salt and fat intake ALSO READ|Health benefits of dark chocolate: it may protect your brain from ageing “Most people have a hard time modifying their dietary habits even if they know it is in their best interest” said Silvia Berciano from Autonomous University of Madrid “This is because our food preferences and ability to work toward goals or follow plans affect what we eat and our ability to stick with diet changes” Berciano said “Ours is the first study describing how brain genes affect food intake and dietary preferences in a group of healthy people” she said The findings could be used to inform precision-medicine approaches that help minimise a person’s risk for common diseases – such as diabetes cardiovascular disease and cancer – by tailoring diet-based prevention and therapy to the specific needs of an individual researchers said “The knowledge gained through our study will pave the way to better understanding of eating behaviour and facilitate the design of personalised dietary advice that will be more amenable to the individual resulting in better compliance and more successful outcomes” Berciano said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: March 10 2009 11:39 pm Related News To commemorate the birth anniversary of famous poet Sahir LudhianviDayanand Medical College and Hospitalunder the aegis of Dhvanian association for the promotion of musicorganised an inter-college singing competition for the students of medicaldental and nursing colleges of the city at Dumra Auditorium today The students from CMCHDMCHBaba Jaswant Singh Dental CollegeOswal Nursing College and Guru Teg Bahadur Nursing College participated in the event Dr Daljit SinghprincipalDMCH inaugurated the competition by lightening the ceremonial lamp He also sang Yeh mehlonyeh takhtonyeh taazo ki duniya which fascinated the audience Dr NS Khairaprofessor of Nephrologyenlightened the audience about the Sahirs contributions to music Dr Sunil Juneja (convenor) said organising such functions will help remember the contributions of the music and poetry legends The first and the second prize were bagged by Abhineet SinghCollege of NursingNaresh PaulCollege of Nursing while the third prize was jointly shared by Parul (CMCH) and Aman PuneetCollege of Nursing Those present on the occasion included medical superintendents Dr Rajoo Singh ChhinaDr B S ShahDr Kapil Dua and Dr Harish Matta For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related News It’s been 30 years since Congress revised US patent laws to encourage universities to embrace the world of commerce Critics predicted that the integrity of academic research would be compromised by patent-grubbing and attempts to build companies around the latest laboratory findings But such fears did not come true says a new report from the National Academies released Monday The panel—chaired by Mark Wrighton Chancellor of Washington University in St Louis—examined a vast file of scholarly work on how universities have managed intellectual property in the wake of the 1980 Bayh-Dole Act and concluded that things are pretty much hunky-dory right now Or as the report says: The Bayh-Dole legal framework and the practices of universities have not seriously undermined academic norms of uninhibited inquiry open communication or faculty advancement based on scholarly merit There is little evidence that IP [intellectual property] considerations interfere with other important avenues of transferring research results to development and commercial use At the same time however the Academies’ panel warns universities not to go overboard hunting for patents While some universities have made millions of dollars by licensing discoveries from their labs raising money should not be the main goal Instead the report says universities should aim to disseminate technology as widely as possible for the public good This may mean passing up the best-paying licensing deal and taking one that allows for broader use of the technology For most schools it adds the likelihood of "raising significant revenue" from patents is small the probability of disappointment is high and the risk of "distorting and narrowing" the use of new knowledge is great It’s important not to get carried away with racking up patents at the expense of the university’s primary obligation to disseminate new knowledge and technologies says panel member David Korn assistant provost for research at Harvard University A former dean of the Stanford University Medical School Korn was involved in reviewing a set of high-minded guidelines for universities that were largely adopted by the panel These "Nine Points to Consider in Licensing" were previously endorsed by the Association of University Technology Managers? The report contains several novel suggestions among its six findings and 15 recommendations, Seeing my interest, That was its sole identity,the residences and properties of P Chidambaram of the Congress?

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