Indian Researchers Invented A Cost Effective way to Mitigate Arsenic Contamination in Ground Water and Food Chain and to Enhance Crop Growth

Rice is one of the most important cereal crops and a principal source of food for more than half of the world’s population. More than 90% of the world’s rice is grown and produced in Asia. Nowadays, various parts of world including Asian and South East Asian countries are facing serious threat to arsenic (As) […]

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Advance Aerospace and defence technology centre to be set up in Orissa, will provide skilled manpower in both Industries

An advance aerospace and defence technology centre will soon be set up at Patia, Bhubaneswar in Orissa to provide skilled manpower required by the industry, especially MSME’s in aerospace and defence sector. This high technology centre with the testing and calibration facility will facilitate the development of sophisticated systems required for aerospace and defence industry. […]

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ISRO to test space robustness of indigenous atomic clocks this December, another key development: know the details here

The robustness of the indigenous atomic clocks developed by Indian Space and Research Organization (ISRO) will be known when one of clocks developed at the Ahmadabad Space Application centre (SAC), will be sent to outer space in December, this year. The Indian Space agency ISRO currently depends on imported atomic clocks that help in navigational […]

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Sonam Wangchuk, the real-life Phunsuk Wangdu’s pre-fabricated solar heated mud huts to be of major help for the Army

Engineer Sonam Wangchuk’s new innovation of pre-fabricated solar heated mud huts has captured the attention of the Army. These eco-friendly huts will not require massive heating during winters even in places of extremely high altitude like Ladakh, which is one of the coldest mountain deserts in the world. Interestingly enough it was based on the […]

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Young scientist’s idea of robotic vehicles in warfare aim to revolutionise future war technologies

Future war technologies, with innovations like unmanned tiny robotic vehicles for surgical strikes across the border and autonomous under-water transporter to fix limpet mines onto enemy ships aim to reduce the risk of soldiers in the involvement of high-risk operations. The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has planned to explore these ideas in the […]

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Renowned physicist, EC George Sudarshan dies today, after encouraging innovation and inspiring many

Ennackal Chandy George Sudarshan, who is popularly known as E.C. George Sudarshan who made path breaking discoveries in the realm of quantum optics dies at the age of 86, in Texas on Monday morning. He was a professor at University of Texas for the past 40 years and was a globally recognized theorist physicist and […]

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Isro’s chief announces postponement of launch of Isro’s Gsat-11- All tests to be over by May 17

Gsat-11 weighing over 5.7 tonne Indian Space Research Organisation’s (Isro) heaviest communication satellite is currently being tested to look for any “potential anomaly”. The European spaceport had also performed similar tests previously. Reports quoted Isro chairman K Sivan, stating, “We are currently doing tests on Gsat-11 at our Bengaluru’s ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC). All tests, […]

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A Brilliant discovery by Indian Researchers for making eco-friendly batteries: know the details here

Research is trying to make use of eco-friendly means in the production of dominantly used Li-ion batteries. The batteries are used in various devices ranging from cell phones to e-vehicles. A team of Indian scientists from Clemson University managed to eliminate the need for toxic organic solvents in the conventional batteries by using carbon nanotubes. […]

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Indian researchers successfully removed organophosphorous pesticide from both water and soil using bacteria isolated from domestic sewage

Indian researchers have successfully removed chloropyrifos pesticide from both water and soil. They have used three bacterial species isolated from domestic sewage for the process. Chloropyrifos is an organophosphorous pesticide that is moderately toxic for humans. Poisoning from chlorpyrifos may affect the central nervous system, the cardiovascular system and the respiratory system. “Bacteria found in […]

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Army Officer and IIT student collaborate to invent “Thela”, a solar refrigerator

The Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Laboratory of IIT Kanpur has recently developed “Thela”, a portable refrigeration cart. The cart is solar energy powered. The prototype has been developed by Lt Col Akhil Singh Charak and a student of M Tech., Department of Mechanical Engineering, under the guidance of Prof. Sameer Khandekar, Laboratory Coordinator and Mr. […]

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