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PM lays foundation of Guwahati AIIMS

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today laid the foundation stone of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Guwahati to be set up at Changsari in Assam's Kamrup district. He laid the foundation by pressing the remote button at the Sarusajai Stadium here ... Business Standard, 21 hours ago
Sun Pharma Science Foundation honours scientists Business Standard, 4 weeks ago

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Research for drought-resistant crops gets boost as U.S. joins seeds treaty

By Umberto Bacchi ROME, March 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Scientists' efforts to develop new crops able to resist climate change, droughts and other shocks have been boosted by the United States joining an international seeds treaty, a research group ...
 DNA2 months ago

Government aims to make India a global biotech hub by 2020

The Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) celebrated its fifth Foundation Day on Monday in New Delhi. The Foundation Day, aptly themed 'Impacting the Biotech Innovation Ecosystem' was presided over by the Minister of State for Science and ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

The world's first glow-in-the-dark frog found in Argentina

Scientists in Argentina have discovered a frog that glows in moonlight and at twilight. Fluorescence in terrestrial environments had previously only been traced to a few species of insects and birds and had never been scientifically reported in any of the ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Changing demographics may alter climate vulnerability- researchers

By J. D. Capelouto LONDON, March 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Factors such as changing migration rates and life expectancy - beyond simple estimates of population increases - could help scientists predict more precisely how climate change will impact ...
 DNA2 months ago Europe's meat and dairy farming vulnerable as climate change worsens water scarcity - study  DNA4 weeks ago

Water out of thin air? It can be done, say scientists

By J. D. Capelouto LONDON, April 13 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - People living in arid, drought-ridden areas may soon be able to get water straight from a source that's all around them - the air, American researchers said Thursday.
 DNA1 month ago Treating droughts like hurricanes would aid vulnerable areas - researchers  DNA2 months ago

Now, a tool that can help prevent surging waters in flood plains

A group of international scientists studying China's Yellow River has come up with an analytic formula that could help officials better predict and prevent its all-too-frequent floods, which threaten as many as 80 million people.The tool, a formula to ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Europe's $6.9 bln coal subsidies "better spent on technologies of the future"

By Alex Whiting LONDON, May 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The 10 European countries with the highest rates of climate-changing emissions from energy use are spending around 6.3 billion euros ($6.89 billion) year on coal subsidies, money that could instead ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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Mumbai students request for Cyber Safety as subject in their academic curriculum, says Ahaan Foundation

Ahaan Foundation, an NGO focused on activating more socially responsible children and youth, in their first initiative under the movement 'Responsible Netism' have conducted a study in collaboration with the college of Home Science Nirmala Niketan on 1200 ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Even your phone's fingerprint sensor isn't safe!

Three Indian-American researchers have shown that the fingerprint-based security systems used in smartphones and other gadgets are way more vulnerable to hacking than we imagined.Monali Sarkar reports. IMAGE: With digitally simulated MasterPrints -- depending on how many partial fingerprint impressions were stored for each user and assuming a maximum number of five attempts per authentication -- the study 'successfully matched between 26 and 65 percent of users'!   There is nothing quite ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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