AI-centric study abroad platform Edvoy launched by IEC Abroad in India

AI-centric study abroad platform Edvoy launched by IEC Abroad in India

Published: 13 hours ago By Mateen Dalal

AI oriented study abroad platform, Edvoy, based out of UK, has reportedly declared its launch in India.  Edvoy, created by IEC Abroad, is a free digital platform that provides impartial advice, support, and content ....

Centuria announces Augusta Capital takeover offer to be unconditional

  Acceptance to takeover represent 65.86% of Augusta’s shares Takeover provide shareholders with NZ$0.22 in cash and 0.392 Centuria stapled securities for every share of Augusta Centuria’s assets under management will ....

High likeliness of COVID-19 damaging the brain, claim scientists

The advent of COVID-19 has turned out to be one of worst disasters the world has seen in recent times. In an attempt to thwart its spread, myriad efforts are being undertaken, along the likes of social distancing, nationwide lockdowns, vacc....

Spanish study raises questions on herd immunity to counter COVID-19

According to credible sources, a Spanish study has raised doubt about the feasibility of herd immunity as a method of countering the COVID-19 pandemic. The study, which is considered to be the largest of its kind in Europe and comprises of ....

Rolls-Royce ends the salary pension scheme earlier than expected

Reportedly, Rolls-Royce, a subsidiary of German group BMW, is planning to close its final salary pension scheme 4 years earlier to ease up pressure mounted by the grounded aircrafts. If this initiative gets a green signal from the trustees....

Scientists say COVID-19 is airborne, ask WHO to revise recommendations

Numerous scientists across the globe have reportedly sent an open letter to WHO (World Health Organization) seeking the health agency to revise recommendations regarding the novel coronavirus. As per credible reports, around 239 scientists....

FDA approves ‘Rukobia’ for HIV patients with limited treatment options

The use of antiretroviral therapies (ART) to battle HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is one of the great achievements of modern medicine. The ART medications can transform HIV from a fatal infection into a more manageable, chronic disease....