The fifty-year-old ‘protein folding problem’ seemed to be far away from advancing solved in 2020.
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in Pakistan1 and around the rest
The health care system of a country is a critical thing to consider as it
Telemedicine activities emerged in Pakistan in 1998 with Elixir Technology taking the initiative as a philanthropic project named TelMEDPAK.
Staying this idle when medical students could contribute significantly to biomedical research was quite strange, unfair, and entirely unacceptable.
Nadia Bukhari is a British academic pharmacist, and the youngest female fellow of the Royal
Imagine a world where a genome is in your hand, and you are turning its
Imagine buses, railways, subways, trucks and all kinds of public and private transportations getting closed.
The same medicine may react differently to different people. Some people recover quickly while some