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2021: Articles & Blogs

  1. serb-and-ge-india-announce-collaboration-promoting-advanced-technology-research
  2. indian-scientists-discover-materials-self-repair-mechanical-damages
  3. Country needs to harness atmosphere of optimism created by science & use technology to pole-vault present and future challenges: Experts
  4. Gold nano-biocomposite with potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory property synthesized using onion peel
  5. New electrical contact material for thermoelectric devices to improve electricity generation from temperature difference in the device
  6. 3D robotic platform that can simulate human lung motion during breathing can deliver focused radiation to cancer patients
  7. Automated train toilet sewerage disposal system could be a cost-effective alternative to bio-toilets
  8. Astronomers find a group of appearing and disappearing stars
  9. Scientists track behavior of intestinal bacteria in response to chemical stimuli
  10. Indian stem cell & developmental biologist part of WHO advisory committee on human genome editing
  11. Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh asks DST to set up a world class Indias first National S&T Research University
  12. BRICS countries agree to STI led BRICS Innovation Cooperation Action Plan proposed by India
  13. National hackathon organised by IIT Madras & Sony India encourages citizens to come up with solutions using IoT Sensor Board
  14. Rare superluminous supernova shining with borrowed energy source spotted with the 3.6m DOT facility
  15. Inspire faculty fellow’s study on metabolic reprogramming and psychosocial stress correlative with breast cancer-related fatigue
  16. INST steering ahead with nanoscience and technology-based breakthroughs
  17. DST INSPIRE fellow developing biomaterials for bone tissue regeneration
  18. New solar thermal components testing facility at Hyderabad can help India’s growing solar sector
  19. Wealth from Waste: Spent catalyst from industry can be an efficient catalyst for batteries
  20. Supervised mindfulness meditation benefits patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment & early Alzheimer’s disease 
  21. Excess irrigation over northern India shifting monsoons towards northwest risking agriculture
  22. Team India 2021 wins 9 Grand Awards and 8 Special Awards at Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
  23. Male Asian elephant’s association with each other depends on their age and presence of females
  24. Role of women in leading scientific research increasing
  25. Robust, mobile OxyJani can cater to acute & chronic oxygen needs at grassroots level
  26. Role of data in preserving the Himalayan Natural Resource highlighted at WIHG 54th Foundation day celebration
  27. Rebel behaviour of highest energy afterglow of a Gamma-Ray Burst detected in space may help probe stellar evolution
  28. Black carbon could lead to premature mortality: study
  29. SERB-DST partners with Intel India to launch first-of-its-kind initiative to advance deep tech-based research in India
  30. Study indicates association of cloud bursts with forest fires
  31. Electrically configured nanochannels eliminating unwanted energy can revolutionize on-chip data communication and processing in
  32. More than 40 percent of Kumaun Himalaya is susceptible to permanent displacement in case of major earthquake
  33. BRICS STI Funding focuses on Interdisciplinary Research R&D'
  34. Cost-effective, bio-compatible nanogenerators can harvest electricity from vibrations for optoelectronics, self-powered devices
  35. ARCI develops cost-effective catalysts for metal-air battery
  36. An earthquake of high magnitude likely in Himachal Pradesh in future: Study
  37. BRICS nations agree on innovation co-operation
  38. River runoff, glacier melt and seasonality of flow in rivers projected to increase in future
  39. Researchers developed mathematical metrics to quantify and measure the correctness of performance of yoga asanas
  40. Scientists trace the mystery behind abundances of heavy metals in oldest metal-poor stars
  41. DST promotes a scientific approach to Yoga on 7th International Yoga Day
  42. A novel technology for coating carbon on lithium metal oxide electrode, can double battery life
  43. Sea water desalination through solar thermal forward osmosis brings relief to drought prone Tamil Nadu village
  44. Researchers find Therapeutic Effects of Yoga in Depression
  45. S&T can address challenges like urbanization, health, agriculture and environment by taking them up locally: Secretary DSIR at WIGH
  46. Climate change to increase sea level in Lakshadweep Islands, will affect airport & residential areas: Study
  47. New Software helps identify patients likely to require ventilator support thus detecting emergency & ICU needs early
  48. Journey of Women Scientists: From Break in Career to become Patent Professionals
  49. Pune based start-up all set to bring non-toxic, gentler, long lasting hand sanitiser to the market
  50. Study Explored Benefits of Yoga in Chronic Low Back Pain
  51. Space-time induces neutrino oscillations
  52. Cold desert Ladakh was actively flooding during the post-glacial warming: Study
  53. Researchers find an improved method of imaging objects through fog
  54. IGSTC Industrial Fellowship launched to support young Indian researchers for industrial exposure at German industries and industrial R&D institutions
  55. Cryo-EM facilities can help research in structural biology, enzymology & drug discovery to combat new & emerging diseases
  56. 850 oxygen plants being set up in various districts of country: Secretary DRDO
  57. Cancer causing virus affects the glial cells in central nervous system: Study by DST supported FIST facility
  58. New waste water treatment technology can reduce costs for low and medium scale enterprises
  59. Aerosol particles below 3 nm which can reach sizes having climatic impacts, formed frequently in urban locations in India
  60. 3-D seismic data can help apprehend precursors of marine geohazards from interactions between seabed & marine sediments
  61. Three Indian S&T led enterprises selected for joint R&D and technology transfer with Russia
  62. Instrumentation facility at IISc Bangalore can accurately trace toxic metals at very low concentrations
  63. Indigenously designed & manufactured high purity oxygen concentrator being supplied to Indian hospitals
  64. Novel technique could help detect tropical cyclones for Bay of Bengal Basin earlier than satellites
  65. A new study will help accurate estimation of black carbon over the Himalaya, a key contributor to global warming & improve weather & climate predictions
  66. New eco-friendly process enhances fatigue life of aluminium alloy used in aerospace components
  67. Participants from across the country participate in World Environment Day celebrations held at WIHG
  68. DST supported climate change research being strengthened to prepare country for future
  69. Researchers track reason behind decline in star formation activity 8 billion years ago
  70. Nanorod based oxygen sensor working at room temperature can save lives in places like underground mines, higher altitudes
  71. Anomalously large abundance of lithium in low mass red giants traced to He-flashing phase of 2 million years
  72. National Innovation Foundation India drives grassroot innovation movement in the country
  73. Modern technology and Indian traditional knowledge combine to bring safe & healthy drinking water
  74. A new AI-driven platform will facilitate early-COVID interventions over Whatsapp
  75. Scientists develop efficient Artificial Synaptic Network that Mimics Human Brain
  76. DST supported SAIF facility at Panjab University partners with Molekule, USA, to donate air purification units to hospitals in India
  77. High Performance Computing (HPC) and Information Communication Technologies (ICT) discussed at BRICS Working Group Meeting
  78. Low-chilling apple variety developed by Himachal farmer spreads far & wide
  79. A natural dye extract may protect our eyes from harmful laser
  80. TDB supported science-based startups play critical role in combating COVID 19
  81. Dignitaries underline necessity of focusing on sunrise sectors in a post COVID world with science, technology and innovation
  82. DST supported disinfection system makes N95 Masks, PPE, medical gear reusable and reduces excessive COVID 19 bio-medical waste generation
  83. BRICS meeting deliberated on emerging issues in Biotechnology and Biomedicine
  84. Bharat Ratna Professor Rao receives the Eni International Award for Research in Energy Frontiers
  85. Students from universities all over India attend ARIES Training School in Observational Astronomy
  86. Importance of nature and culture-based solutions for biodiversity conservation discussed on International Day of Biological Diversity
  87. Recycling Carbon technology by Bangalore startup receives TDB National Award 2021
  88. Three-dimensional distribution of molecular & atomic hydrogen in galaxies can give clues to star formation and galaxy evolution
  89. Government invites R&D proposals on Critical Components and Innovations in Oxygen Concentrators
  90. DST funded start-ups Electrochemical ELISA test would help rapid & accurate estimation of total antibody concentration of COVID 19
  91. BRICS countries underline importance of enhancing collaboration among astronomers
  92. DST to support startups offering suitable indigenous solutions & products to tackle second COVID wave
  93. Theory by Indian Scientists to shed light on mystery behind complex phenomena in Plasma-- the fourth state of matter
  94. India highlights efforts in preventing spread of coronavirus at roundtable on using STI for SDG on good health & well-being
  95. DST institute TIFAC suggests integrated COVID 19 Command Centre
  96. Machine learning helps pick out stars in a crowd
  97. DST institute develops new multiplex RT-PCR kit with novel gene targets to facilitate detection across various mutant strains of COVID 19
  98. Scientists develop magnetometer for low cost, reliable & real-time measurements of magnetic fields
  99. DST supported startup develops affordable test kits for early diagnosis of Covid-19 in rural & resource constraint areas
  100. Centres housing major analytical instruments set up to increase access to research & testing facilities
  101. nnovative, Low Cost charging infrastructure to accelerate the adoption of EVs Indian Standards for Low-cost AC Charge Point (LAC) to be released
  102. National Technology Day celebrations highlight surge in entrepreneurship spirit for cost effective tech
  103. Experts Stakeholders discuss COVID Resurgence S&T Perspective
  104. India-UK virtual summit strengthens STI cooperation
  105. Biodegradable yoga mat developed by 6 young girls from Assam may save lakes from water hyacinth menace
  106. Cosmic rays propagating through Milky Way interact with matter producing excess antimatter counterpart of electron
  107. New high-yielding and pest-resistant variety of soybean can help boost countrywide production
  108. Study by Indian Astronomers provides clues to explosion mechanism of supernovae that are key measure of cosmological distances
  109. Integrated Solar Dryer and Pyrolysis pilot plant will help smart cities transform urban organic waste into biochar& energy
  110. Community service centre to make data from India first solar space mission accessible for analysis
  111. Cost-Effective & efficient technology for recycling Aluminium scraps developed
  112. Dignitaries highlight the need to firm up future technologies to tackle upcoming challenges
  113. Experts from India & Japan discussed collaborations for innovations on Hydrogen based technologies
  114. Experts discuss recent innovations trends adopted in decarbonisation and promotion of Hydrogen based technologies
  115. Satellite-based real-time monitoring of Himalayan glacial catchments can strengthen early flood warning & minimize disaster risk
  116. National climate vulnerability assessment identifies eight eastern states as highly vulnerable
  117. National level climate vulnerability assessment report to be released
  118. Punjab new nutrient rich crop & vegetable varieties can cater to nutritional needs of the country
  119. New electronic nose with biodegradable polymer and monomer can detect hydrogen sulphide from sewers
  120. Nine teams of scientists from India & Sri Lanka to research on subjects ranging from food technology to communications technology
  121. Scientists discover the farthest Gamma-ray emitting active galaxy with narrow emission lines
  122. NMSHE ICAR Team awarded for agricultural information dissemination in Leh
  123. SwarnaJayanti Fellow to explore the signatures of New Physics in Neutrino experiments
  124. Non-uniformity of Himalayas foresees significantly large earthquake events
  125. A millet de-huller brings fortunes through value-added products in rural Uttarakhand
  126. Dozen rare quadruply imaged quasars discovered can help determine expansion rate of the universe
  127. INYAS launches multipronged nationwide mass awareness campaign to bust myths about Covid 19 vaccination programme
  128. Supernova explosion traced to one of the hottest kind of stars
  129. India emerging a leader in supercomputing
  130. Kota farmer develops mango variety that bears fruits round the year
  131. Self-propelled railway track scavenging vehicle can replace manual scavenging
  132. New clue about how particles self-assemble can pave the way for understanding dynamics in living cells
  133. National workshop to discuss long standing scientific problems in observational astronomy
  134. Novel technique for tracking solar eruptions that disrupt space weather to be used in India first solar mission
  135. INSPIRE Faculty fellow modifying tiny dots for fabricating optical materials useful for optical sensors, light-emitting purposes, energy conversion & composites
  136. Dignitaries underlined the need to understand and control data at DST Golden Jubilee Discourse Series
  137. A women-led startup develops deep-tech for reliable low-cost internet services to rural areas
  138. IIA explores stellar mysteries over 75 years
  139. Startups can learn from experience and wisdom: DST Secretary
  140. Third phase of Indian Beamline for Materials Research in Japan initiated focusing on industrial application research
  141. Woman scientist credited for making important contributions in the field of female reproduction receives SERB Women Excellence award
  142. Dignitaries highlight problems related to water and climate change on World Water Day
  143. Liberalised geospatial policy & space-based remote sensing policies to do wonders for country
  144. SERB Women Excellence Awardees work has potential to discover resistance-free membrane-centric drugs for infectious diseases
  145. Scientists deliberate on possibilities, challenges & scope of AI technologies at the launch of USIAI
  146. US India Artificial Intelligence (USIAI) Initiative launched
  147. Researcher working on low-cost smart nano devices for detection of disease receives SERB Women Excellence Award
  148. Artificial photosynthesis to provide solutions for carbon capture and conversion
  149. New wearable sensors capable of monitoring biomarkers from sweat can obviate necessity of invasive tests for monitoring health
  150. Possible origin of winds from black hole accretion discs probed
  151. New multifunctional heat sinks can dissipate heat from mechanical devices more efficiently
  152. New state of the materials discovered that can lead to better, tunable, controllable quantum technologies
  153. DST Secretary encourages young scientists to take risks & do profound science
  154. Scientists develop molecular sensor that will aid identifying new drugs of therapeutic value
  155. Classification method based on Deep Learning (DL) network, for evaluation of hormone status, can predict progression of breast cancer
  156. Women leaders deliberate on various policies and best practices to promote women in S&T
  157. Women achievers from India & Japan stress on determination & patience in overcoming challenges
  158. Youth need to focus on innovation & on creating new jobs: DST Secretary
  159. Experts highlight need to address challenges faced by women to increase their participation in S&T
  160. Women Technology Parks give wings to self-reliance dreams of rural women
  161. DSTs programmes provide support for women from all walks & stages of life to boost their career in STEM fields
  162. DSTs schemes encourage women to dream despite societal challenges
  163. Comprehensive gateway of STI information on SERB supported projects on figure tips
  164. New technology for High Electron Mobility Transistor will make India self-reliant in power transistor technology
  165. India Science Research Fellowship (ISRF) 2021 announced
  166. IIG focuses on new methods of predicting earthquakes, magnetic anomaly maps, predicting state of ionosphere
  167. Thought leaders, scientists & industry leaders offer insights on using glue grant to develop education hub
  168. Metal rich environment crucial for light giant planets, but not necessary for heavy giant ones
  169. Technologies offer innovative solutions to water-related problems like clean drinking water & flood management
  170. PSA highlights need for increasing opportunity of knowledge generation at the WIHG celebration of NSD
  171. Scholars deliver talk on range of topics on NSD celebration of ARCI
  172. NSD special lecture harps on the use of S&T to keep people safe, jobs safe & economy safe
  173. Dr Harsh Vardhan awards science communicators, women scientists on National Science Day
  174. Indian and Brazilian S&T Ministers discuss collaborations in range of areas like health, AI, Environment
  175. Science & Technology Policies to immensely contribute India become Atmanirbhar: DST Secretary
  176. Farmers in Himachal Pradesh find new hope in aromatic plants & scientific beekeeping
  177. Scientists develop high-resolution platform to detect the effect of prolonged alcohol exposure on Red Blood Cells
  178. 'Made in India' spectrograph, commissioned on Devasthal Optical Telescope, can locate faint light from distant celestial objects
  179. Liberalization of geospatial policies will boost innovation in the sector: DST Secretary
  180. New molecule developed could be potential drug candidate for the treatment of Alzheimer's
  181. Stakeholders discuss the implications & implementation of the Guidelines for acquiring & producing Geo-Spatial Data and Geo-Spatial Data Services including Maps
  182. Experts discuss role of emergent electromagnetic phenomena in designer thin films heterostructures & hybrids of quantum materials
  183. 12 companies selected for the prestigious National Technology Awards 2020 for commercialization of innovative indigenous technologies
  184. New material found can efficiently convert waste heat to electricity to power small home equipment & vehicles
  185. Scientist from IIT Kanpur develops washable adhesive and related products
  186. India-EU Joint Committee on S&T Cooperation creates action-oriented agenda focusing on ICT, resource efficiency & electric mobility
  187. India emerges key mover of global S&T partnerships
  188. New platform to measure DNA modifications can have potential application in early detection of Cancer, Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s
  189. Guidelines for acquiring and disseminating geo-spatial data to make maps & relevant data accessible
  190. Budget announces several initiatives to boost S&T in the country
  191. Hope shines among the flood-hit farmers of Gorakhpur
  192. SERB announces Women Excellence Award 2021 on the International Day of Women and Girls in Science
  193. PSA calls for unlocking entrepreneurship in design, training youth in machine learning at TIFAC foundation day
  194. Technologies that can benefit the circular economy & negotiate the future necessary for Atmanirbharata: Experts
  195. Vigyan Jyoti programme spreads to 100 districts in 2nd phase initiated on International Day of Women & Girls in Science
  196. Cultural changes, connect of invention & innovation ecosystem can unlock self-reliance potential
  197. Kodaikanal Solar Observatory Digitized Data probes Suns rotation over the Century, paving way to predict solar cycles
  198. Experts to discuss research related to heterostructure engineering for quantum materials & devices
  199. Indian astronomers detect huge optical flare in one of the oldest astronomic objects
  200. Paper-based sensors developed by IIT Madras can detect Antimicrobial Resistance and related pollutants easily
  201. New material that can tune electromagnetic (EM) waves to scatter in one direction useful for thin-film solar cells
  202. Study shows significant reduction of heavy metal pollution during COVID-19 pandemic
  203. Students, teachers, principals participated in initiation of engage with science
  204. Engineering of carbon nanotubes and their applications discussed at webinar
  205. SNBNCBS makes notable research progress in computational materials science, quantum science, astronomy, gravitational physics and advanced materials
  206. Innovative ideas of women entrepreneurs all set to make the new normal a better one
  207. Women weavers from Dudhwa Tiger Reserve profit from technological interventions for their looms
  208. Science attaches, science diplomats & representatives of foreign missions in India discussed shaping of STIP
  209. Integrating concepts at the intersection of algebra & geometry could provide better machine learning algorithms
  210. Experts highlight consultation process that went into drafting of comprehensive STIP
  211. A boost to technologies that pole-vaults to the future & connects the past
  212. Experts from central region discussed indigenization of technology, patent and IP rules for grassroot innovators at STIP consultation
  213. Scientists find geological evidence of eastern Himalaya earthquake recorded in history
  214. India's Top Thought Leaders provide their vision and ideas on draft STIP
  215. FISTAB S&T advisory board meeting highlights need for focusing on supporting interdisciplinary problems & translational research
  216. Indian scientific diaspora discussed open science policy, opportunities for innovators, young researchers at the STIP post-draft consultation
  217. Experts highlight the need for strengthening centre-state cooperation, developing researchers network at state level
  218. New ant species discovered from Kerala named after JNCASR researcher, evolutionary biologist
  219. Innovative low-cost intervention tackles water supply challenges in Maharashtra towns
  220. AstroSat's Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope spots rare ultraviolet-bright stars in a massive intriguing cosmic dinosaur in the Milky Way
  221. Scientists develop gold microstructure substrate with tunable wettability useful in water transportation & self-cleaning
  222. New findings on conjectures used in number theory with significance in cryptography on the cards
  223. DST INSPIRE faculty from Chennai working on alternative anti-cancer therapy using transgenic zebrafish
  224. Technology Transfer Agreements to bring countrys first indigenous device for correcting ballooning of brain arteries & device for healing of heart hole
  225. INSPIRE Faculty fellows engineering of heat-tolerant variety with increase in grain yield may improve wheat productivity
  226. Scientists found clue to anomalous behaviour of self-propelled particles like fish schools & flocking birds
  227. Mathematical model provides roadmap to steer between damage to life & economy in a pandemic like COVID 19
  228. Ultra-high mobility electron gas produced can increase information transfer speed & data storage density in quantum devices
  229. New technology can make power generation from waste steam more efficient
  230. Liquid crystal-nanoparticle composites with nanoparticles synthesized from biowaste can reduce power consumption of display devices
  231. Draft 5th National Science, Technology & Innovation Policy guided by self-reliance vision to position India among top 3 scientific superpowers
  232. Plans afoot to increase interaction between journalists and scientists: DST Secretary

 

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