1.Dr.Y.G.Parameshwara was a medical doctor in
the State of Karnataka, India.He was the first Indian
and only the second blind doctor in the world; the first
one being Dr.David Hartman of U.S.
2.David Hartman(B:September 11,1931;D:February 10,2013)
was the first blind person to graduate from U.S.Medical school.
He received the doctorate in medicine from Temple University
in Philadelphia.He also was a Jewish author.He is the author of
the autobiography,”White Coat, White Cane:The Extraordinary
Odyssey of a Blind Physician”
3.T-cell therapy for blood cancer-In adoptive T-cell therapy,
T-cells(a type of white blood cell involved in fighting infection)
are extracted from the patient and modified to recognize
unique cancer markers and attack the cells carrying those
markers. They are then re-infused back into the patient
where they can kill cancer cells throughout the body.
4.In ancient Greek culture, Dike was the Goddess of
justice.She was the daughter of Zeus and Themis.
Dike represented human justice, while Themis
was the representation of divine justice. Dike is
represented as a young, slender woman,
carrying a physical balance scale and wearing
a laurel wreath, while Goddess Justitia her
Roman equivalent, appears in a similar fashion
5.Sanskrit is the South Asian language with the
longest continuous record of being taught at the
University of Chicago ever since the founding of
the university in 1892.
Tokiyo’sNational Institution of informatics and
Kogakuin University have developed a set of glasses
that when worn, would thwart facial recognition