Microsoft’s Drones to Catch Mosquitoes, Help Stop Epidemics – NDTV

Microsoft’s Drones to Catch Mosquitoes, Help Stop Epidemics – NDTV

Microsoft Researcher Ethan Jackson (R) demonstrates the Project PREMONITION, which uses drone-enabled collection of mosquitoes, during the Microsoft Innovation and Policy Center's TechFair on June 10, 2015 in Washington, DC.

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Microsoft developing drones to catch mosquitoes – Times of India

WASHINGTON: Microsoft researchers are developing autonomous drones that collect mosquitoes to look for early signs that potentially harmful viruses are spreading, with the goal of preventing disease outbreaks in humans.

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Soon, drones to catch mosquitoes, predict epidemics – Times of India

WASHINGTON: To prevent epidemics, American tech compnay Microsoft is developing autonomous drones that collect mosquitoes to look for early signs of potentially harmful viruses being spread by them. Project Premonition

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Woman dies in DK, dengue suspected – Business Standard

Dengue fever has resurfaced in Dakshina Kannada (DK) district with 10 of the 29 samples collected from Sullia taluk in the district testing positive for the disease. Health department sources

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Dengue cases being detected across Dakshina Kannada – The Hindu

There has been steady number of patients visiting government and private hospitals in the district over the last few days with fever and other problems. According to Health Department officials,

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Khader to review dengue situation in district – The Hindu

Health and Family Welfare Minister U.T. Khader will be holding a meeting with officials and public representatives at different places in Dakshina Kannada on Tuesday and review the situation due

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Dengue rampant in rural areas of DK District – Times of India

MANGALURU: Hardly a week has passince since the monsoon hit the district, the taluks of Belthangady, Bantwal, Puttur and Sullia have become hot spots for dengue. Taluk health officers (THOs)

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Dengue: Khader to take stock of situation today – Times of India

MANGALURU: Minister for health and family welfare U T Khader will hold meetings on Tuesday with officials and people's representatives in Belthangady, Puttur, Bantwal and Sullia taluks to take stock

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Abuse against elderly lowest in India among Asian countries – Economic Times

WASHINGTON: A new global review reveals that at 14 per cent, elder abuse in India is the lowest in Asia. The highest prevalence – 36 per cent – was found

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Elder abuse lowest in India among Asian countries – Business Standard

India has the lowest prevalence of elder abuse in Asian countries, according to a new global review which found that 14 per cent older adults in the country may face

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