The Deep Sea Special N°1 with a 'low glass' (made from Plexiglas) accompanied Trieste on its first deep-sea trial down to 3,150 metres (10,245 feet) off the island of Ponza in 1953.

A rare Rolex watch likely to fetch millions at Christie's auction

Sep 25, 2021

Developed as a prototype for perfecting the Rolex diving watch concept, the watch was attached to the hull of Auguste Piccard's bathyscaphe Trieste for the inaugural deep-sea trial to a depth of 3,150 metres in the Mediterranean.

The study was jointly conducted by Euromonitor International and PepsiCo India through its brand Quaker

44% urban millennials skipped breakfast during COVID-19 pandemic: Study

Sep 24, 2021

The study outlined that weight watchers need to understand the significance of having meals on time and consuming nutrient-rich breakfast

Unlike brick-and-mortar stores, cloud kitchens don’t have a dine-in facility. They take orders via apps -- in-house or Zomato or Swiggy -- and operate single or multiple food brands

Cloud kitchens to completely change the face of restaurant biz

Sep 23, 2021

As per RedSeer Management Consulting, the domestic cloud kitchens market is expected to grow from $400 million in 2019 to $2 billion by 2024. Cloud kitchens are leading from the front to bring about this change. But what exactly are cloud kitchens?

A consensus has been arrived at on most issues after elaborate consultations with the industry and consumers, who had different opinions of this issue initially.

FSSAI planning to introduce 'front of package label' for junk foods

Sep 21, 2021

IIM Ahmedabad has been asked to conduct a survey on the nature of front-of-package labels in the interest of consumers, FSSAI CEO Arun Singhal said

Most people feel safe returning to offices now

84% consumers feel safe returning to office: Deloitte 

Sep 21, 2021

India cautiously returning to a state of business as usual as vaccinations up and Covid cases decline, finds online survey

Last month, China forbade more than three hours of video games a week for those younger than 18, a stringent rule aimed at halting a growing addiction to what it once called "spiritual opium"

Game approvals lose momentum as China imposes strict rules to protect kids

Sep 16, 2021

China is reviewing new games to ensure they meet stricter criteria for content and protection of children

The NHS said it wanted to recruit 140,000 volunteers in England to see how well the test worked as part of a randomised control trial

UK starts world's biggest trial of blood test to detect over 50 types of cancer

Sep 13, 2021

The Galleri test looks at the DNA in a patient's blood to determine if any come from cancer cells. Earlier diagnosis of cancers leads to dramatically increased survival rates.

The da Vinci Xi's innovative technology allows for complex cardiovascular surgeries to be performed through smaller incisions and precise motion control

Apollo Hospitals' Bengaluru unit claims completion of 100 robotic cardiac surgeries

Sep 06, 2021

Apollo Hospitals said that doctors at its Bangalore hospital had also performed a complex mitral valve cardiac surgery using robotic-assisted minimally invasive "da Vinci robotic system in under 70 minutes, a landmark achievement in interventional cardiology"

All of the experts said that supportive care was the only mode of treatment as there is no cure or vaccine for Nipah

Advent of Nipah amid COVID-19 pandemic puts Kerala health system on heightened alert

Sep 05, 2021

The central government has rushed a team from the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) to provide support to the state, where a 12 year-old boy died due to Nipah on Sunday and two others displayed symptoms of the virus infection.

In case of a sudden deterioration, call an ambulance immediately. Tell the operator you have COVID

COVID can worsen quickly at home. Here's when to call an ambulance

Sep 04, 2021

With COVID-19, the natural course of the infection varies. What starts out with cold and flu-like symptoms can lead to breathing difficulties within five days

Work From Home meetings

Work from home: More tech tools not always a solution

Sep 03, 2021

The data from various studies shows an astounding reliance on technology — both in terms of number of tools as well as the time spent on them — during the pandemic as people were forced to adapt to remote work