Guwahati, 19 June 2019: A team of scientists in Assam has developed a chemical process that turns ‘dirty’ coal into a biomedical ‘dot’ to help detect cancer cells.
The team, led by Binoy Kumar Saikia and Tonkeswar Das, has appli......
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