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May 22, 2020
ICMR validates, recommends indigenous COVID-19 tests to reduce dependency on other countriesIndigenous production of diagnostic kits will ensure uninterrupted availability and could be a game-changer in a country like India with a huge population.
Apr 30, 2020
India to be self-reliant in production of RT-PCR, antibody test kits by May: Dr Harsh VardhanBy producing its own testing kits, India will be able to meet its target of conducting one lakh tests per day by the end of next month.
Jan 03, 2020
PM calls for revolutionising Indian science, technology and innovation at India Science CongressThe PM inaugurated the 107th session of the Indian Science Congress, which began at Bengaluru today.
Dec 19, 2019
Recently-discovered star and its Jupiter-like exoplanets named after Indian scientistsIAU settled on 'Bibha' and 'Santamasa' at the end of the global 'NameExoWorlds' contest organised during its centenary celebrations.
Nov 07, 2019
IISF 2019: Engineering model competition opened at IISF by Sci-Tech minister Dr Harsh VardhanThe models displayed at the event range from tech that make existing machines cheaper to finding ways to help disabled people.
Nov 01, 2019
Chemicals from pharmas and personal care products are polluting the water in citiesSamples were collected from Brahmaputra before it entered the city and before it got mixed in the Bharalu.
Sep 30, 2019
President of India awards 12 Indian scientists prestigious Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar PrizeThe winners were awarded on the occasion of CSIR Foundation Day and carries a cash component of Rs 5 lakh.
Sep 26, 2019
India's monsoon rains are the product of weak El Nino and positive EQUINOOThere was speculation that 2019 monsoon could turn out like the summer monsoon of 2014 which was a drought year.
Aug 07, 2019
ISRO's commercial wing New Space India Limited receives its first orderAmerican firm Spaceflight has bought a payload slot on the first commercial launch of ISRO’s newest rocket
Aug 06, 2019
Wetlands near urban areas of Kashmir are shrinking and deteriorating due to land-useThe wetland is a breeding ground for waterfowl species that migrate from Russia and Central Asia during winters.