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Indore: IIT researchers develop technique to use lab waste for CO2 capture

Indore: IIT researchers develop technique to use lab waste for CO2 capture

The synthesised material showed high efficiency and selectivity towards CO2 capture (the major greenhouse gas in the atmosphere).

'We chose him over Kanhaiya Kumar': Twitter trolls Giriraj Singh after he urges scientists to research on cow dung

'We chose him over Kanhaiya Kumar': Twitter trolls Giriraj Singh after he urges scientists to research on cow dung

The minister was suggesting that if farmers can make money out of cow dung and urine they will not abandon their cattle.

Drug combo to treat aggressive breast cancer

Drug combo to treat aggressive breast cancer

However, like most drugs, the tumour evolved and became resistant to the treatment, as the drug’s effect were just starting to kick in, t...Read More

Indore: Timely help could have saved 2 precious lives

Indore: Timely help could have saved 2 precious lives

As per reports, three assistant professors of Acropolis Institute of Technology and Research were heading home after a hectic day.

Stuti Khandwala clears NEET, JEE, AIIMS, JIPMER, chooses research on mental illness at MIT

Stuti Khandwala clears NEET, JEE, AIIMS, JIPMER, chooses research on mental illness at MIT

Massachusetts Institute of Technology has extended 90 per cent scholarship to Stuti Khandwala while she has opted for research on mental ...Read More

CERC’s FY 20-24 final tariff regulation is in line with draft policy: India Ratings

CERC’s FY 20-24 final tariff regulation is in line with draft policy: India Ratings

New Delhi: The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission’s tariff regulation for FY2020 to FY2024 is largely in line with the draft guide...Read More

New procedure could help regrow tissue lost to periodontal disease

New procedure could help regrow tissue lost to periodontal disease

Washington D.C.: A new research has reported the development of a membrane that helps periodontal tissue regenerate when implanted into t...Read More

Tilt training helps prevent fainting

Tilt training helps prevent fainting

Washington: In a recent research it has been found out that tilt training prevents fainting. Besides, the training improved quality of li...Read More

Bhopal: Governor asks students to do research on Kumbh

Bhopal: Governor asks students to do research on Kumbh

Bhopal: Chancellor of state universities and Governor Anandiben Patel asked the students to look into management aspect of Kumbh and do r...Read More

Central Railway trial runs on Mumbai-Pune, Nashik routes in March

Central Railway trial runs on Mumbai-Pune, Nashik routes in March

Mumbai: Central Railway (CR) is hopeful to start conducting trial runs of EMU rakes on Mumbai-Pune and Mumbai-Nashik routes from next mon...Read More

Your selfie obsession is risky for the wrist

Your selfie obsession is risky for the wrist

Washington: Your next selfie could be your most painful one, research suggests. People are being about selfie wrist caused by people usin...Read More

US slaps fresh sanctions on Russian spies for meddling in 2016 election, nerve agent use

US slaps fresh sanctions on Russian spies for meddling in 2016 election, nerve agent use

Washington: The US has slapped fresh sanctions on 12 Russian individuals and entities for their alleged interference in 2016 presidential...Read More

Microsoft’s AI translator matches human performance 

Microsoft’s AI translator matches human performance 

Washington: In a first, Microsoft researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that can translate news from Chinese ...Read More

Eating yogurt may reduce heart disease risk: study

Eating yogurt may reduce heart disease risk: study

Boston: Consuming more than two servings of yogurt per week may lower the risk of developing heart disease or stroke, a study claims. Hig...Read More

Mumbai: Indians lack access to essential drugs; claims research studies

Mumbai: Indians lack access to essential drugs; claims research studies

Mumbai: A research study claims that Indians lack access to essential medicines despite the government approving thousands of drugs to en...Read More

Two Trends in Society

Two Trends in Society

It is now rightly said that the present age is the period of ‘knowledge explosion’. The quantum of research, exploration and information,...Read More

Nitin Gadkari to empower ‘India’s Road Ahead’: A conference by Free Press Journal and Moneycontrol

Nitin Gadkari to empower ‘India’s Road Ahead’: A conference by Free Press Journal and Moneycontrol

Mumbai: Despite India being the second largest road network in the world, there is a constant need for the network to evolve and add more...Read More

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‘Ujjain Pratibha Khoj’ exam on Nov 19, 26

Ujjain: Vijay Foundation for Education, Research and Development works to serve education will conduct the ‘Ujjain Pratibha Khoj’ examina...Read More

Breastmilk may ward off bacterial infections in babies

Breastmilk may ward off bacterial infections in babies

New York: Protective sugars found in breastmilk can help protect babies against bacterial infections, researchers have found. Group B str...Read More

Here’s how Twitter can improve early heat warning systems

Here’s how Twitter can improve early heat warning systems

New York: Social media platforms like Twitter can be used to apprise the government as well as to provide assistance to the general publi...Read More

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