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CSIR NET 2021: NTA likely to hold exam in July; council says 'cannot put people at risk' of COVID-19
India

CSIR NET 2021: NTA likely to hold exam in July; council says 'cannot put people at risk' of COVID-19

The exam is held to select eligible candidates for the Junior Research Fellowship and for the post of assistant professor in Indian universities and colleges

Cipla confirms collaboration with CSIR, IICT, ICMR to develop COVID-19 treatment
India

Cipla confirms collaboration with CSIR, IICT, ICMR to develop COVID-19 treatment

The Mumbai-based firm is also ramping up manufacturing of drugs required to treat COVID-19, like Lopinavir-Ritonavir and Hydroxychloroquine

CSIR scientists rise to the challenge, build new protective gear and tests to fight COVID-19
Health

CSIR scientists rise to the challenge, build new protective gear and tests to fight COVID-19

Not only do our past experiences inform our actions now, but advances made in technology also help us mount a stronger attack against the health threat.

ICMR will set up two rapid testing labs, 49 additional testing centers for coronavirus diagnosis
India

ICMR will set up two rapid testing labs, 49 additional testing centers for coronavirus diagnosis

The rapid testing labs, able to test around 1,400 samples per day, will be set up Delhi-NCR and Bhubaneswar.

Mann ki baat: Narendra Modi hails IAF planes for using bio-fuel, says it's a step to reduce carbon emissions, reliance on imported crude oil
India

Mann ki baat: Narendra Modi hails IAF planes for using bio-fuel, says it's a step to reduce carbon emissions, reliance on imported crude oil

In 'Mann ki Baat' radio address, he said 'history was made' when an IAF AN-32 aircraft took off from Leh's Kushok Bakula Rimpoche airport using a mixture of 10 percent Indian bio-jet fuel

Steady rise in budget allocation for DRDO in past three years, says Centre in written response to question in Lok Sabha
Tech

Steady rise in budget allocation for DRDO in past three years, says Centre in written response to question in Lok Sabha

In a written response to a question in Lok Sabha, Minister of State for Defence Shripad Naik said Rs 13,501 was allocated to the DRDO from 2016 to 2017

Diwali 2019: Supreme Court allows only 'anar' and 'phuljari' in Delhi to curb air, sound pollution; legal firecrackers to carry QR code
India

Diwali 2019: Supreme Court allows only 'anar' and 'phuljari' in Delhi to curb air, sound pollution; legal firecrackers to carry QR code

The crackers for Diwali will come in two colours each and a box of 50 'phuljaris' or five 'anars' will cost Rs 250. These green crackers, according to government claims, cause 30 percent less air pollution – a growing concern, especially in Delhi.

CSIR UGC National Eligibility Test 2018: Result announced for June session; check scores at csirhrd.res.in
India

CSIR UGC National Eligibility Test 2018: Result announced for June session; check scores at csirhrd.res.in

The result of CSIR UGC NET 2018 for June session has been declared by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The candidates can check the result on the official website, csirhrdg.res.in.

Environment Ministry wants new air pollution control methods before winters
science

Environment Ministry wants new air pollution control methods before winters

The expert group, the ministry said, aims at better air quality management in next three months.

Government forms expert committee to use technology to reduce air pollution; step aimed at curbing high levels in winter
India

Government forms expert committee to use technology to reduce air pollution; step aimed at curbing high levels in winter

The Environment Ministry said on Monday that a committee of experts would be formed to look into the technological advances, including the application of satellite-based measurement, to improve air quality and reduce pollution.

NAL is working on Mark 2 version of its light transport aircraft Saras: CSIR
News & Analysis

NAL is working on Mark 2 version of its light transport aircraft Saras: CSIR

Dr Harsh Vardhan said NAL had proposed to get Mark 2 version of the aircraft certified initially for military and subsequently for the civilian version.

CCMB working to make personalised medicine a reality
News & Analysis

CCMB working to make personalised medicine a reality

CCMB is looking to engage with clinicians and the industry in a big way, with them participating right from the beginning stages of research.

Ratan Tata, Google India MD Rajan Anandan fund India’s startup researching cannabis: Report
Business

Ratan Tata, Google India MD Rajan Anandan fund India’s startup researching cannabis: Report

Boheco which is based out of Mumbai has raised Rs 6.25 crore from Tata and Anandan in first round of seed funding

Big data analytics in healthcare: Fuelled by wearables and apps, medical research takes giant leap forward
India

Big data analytics in healthcare: Fuelled by wearables and apps, medical research takes giant leap forward

Big data analytics has decreased the time required to double medical knowledge by half, thus compressing healthcare innovation cycle period

First made in India lithium ion battery on it's way, a step towards self reliance
News & Analysis

First made in India lithium ion battery on it's way, a step towards self reliance

In a step towards self-reliance to meet defence requirements and to cut the dependence on imports, especially from China, India is all set to produce its first lithium ion (Li-ion) battery.