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For Polio, Two Vaccines Are Better Than One For Polio, Two Vaccines Are Better Than One
  • August 22nd, 2014
  • Although the injected polio vaccine is currently not favored in the developing world, a study shows that it could be used to enhance the protection of the oral vaccine.

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Featured Research »
Pan-Asian Trials Could Replace Domestic Studies

Pan-Asian Trials Could Replace Domestic Studies

Improved adherence to ICH guidelines means that data from Asia-wide trials could be extrapolated to specific countries.

Health & Medicine »
For Polio, Two Vaccines Are Better Than One

For Polio, Two Vaccines Are Better Than One

Although the injected polio vaccine is currently not favored in the developing world, a study shows that it could be used to enhance the protection of the oral vaccine.

Academia »
The Challenge Of Reforming India’s Higher Education Sector

The Challenge Of Reforming India’s Higher Education Sector

There is a lack of societal pressure on Indian political parties to address higher education issues, writes Prof. Pushkar of BITS Pilani Goa Campus.

Tech & Pharma »
Tata Communications To Invest US$200 Million In India Data Center

Tata Communications To Invest US$200 Million In India Data Center

Tata Communication’s US$200 million investment will double the capacity of its data center in New Delhi.

Editorials »
‘Malarial Barcode’ Spurs Sequencing In India

‘Malarial Barcode’ Spurs Sequencing In India

Scientists have developed a genetic barcode that could be used to help track the emergence of drug-resistant malaria strains.