Robot-assisted packaging for better hygiene and safety

About one-tenth of the food-sector jobs in the US are expected to be replaced with automation tools and software by 2025. Food and beverage conferences 2018 say that the labor-intensive environment of this industry will soon be transformed with higher levels of automation.

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Cardiology welcomes technology open-heartedly

Indeed. Cardiac surgeries are now more successful than ever. Cardiovascular morbidities in the young age are seeing a decline and for those living with disorders of the heart, life expectancy is now better.

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Free yourself from the needle: Biotech for diabetes

Even though the world is plagued with emerging diseases, there are a number of illnesses that have been known for quite a while, and yet, their contribution to the death toll is higher than their peers. The field of medicine is still struggling to provide a cure to these. One such disease is diabetes.

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A medical microbiologist’s perspective on the current-day proteomics

Microorganisms, the tiny living creatures, that dwell in every niche, occupying an area greater than us behemoths, are highly valuable. An appreciable proportion of our body weight results from our direct association with them. Their mere presence is capable of preventing a number of diseases and an alteration in their proportions may cause an illness.

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Neuroscience: The key to understanding mental health

It is mental health awareness month. And understanding mental health is now more important than ever before. Growing geriatric cases was a trend of the past. Mental health disorders have been affecting a broader spectrum of the population.

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