US switches to daylight saving time: How it harms health
Experts say even a small change can have an impact on Circadian rhythm – the body’s internal 24-hour body clock which regulates cycles of alertness and sleepiness, Meanwhile, studies show an increase in heart attacks and car accidents following the switch to daylight saving time
Bikers can now breathe easy: Delhi start-up develops helmet that purifies air
The purifying system at the back of the helmet picks up particulate matter and cleans the air before it reaches the biker. The 1.5-kg helmet is being sold for Rs 4,500
India will soon have WHO's recommended doctor-to-patient ratio: NITI Aayog member
Vinod Paul said India is on the path to having one doctor per thousand population by 2024 and increasing beds from 11 lakh to 22 lakh.
Scientists in India, Sri Lanka to collaborate on a range of science, technology research themes
The call for proposals were issued after years of intergovernmental science & technology meetings, which began in 2008.
Budget 2021: Scientific social responsibility policy to be announced in coming months
Union Minister for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Harsh Vardhan said there has been a 30 percent increase in the budget for these ministries.
At least one in four science ministry officials should be scientists with current domain expertise: Draft policy
If the draft policy is accepted, this could mean the lateral entry of experts at mid-level jobs in STEM fields.
India's first multi-wavelength space telescope Astrosat completes 5 years observing stars, galaxies
Astrosat has documented stars, star clusters, mapping of large and small satellite galaxies of the Milky Way.
Year in review: India’s biggest achievements in the fields of science and medicine
India made headlines in fields ranging from nanotechnology to space weather during the year.
Fourth edition of India International Science Festival begins in Lucknow
The aim of Young Scientists’ Conference is to provide a platform to young scientists, entrepreneurs, and researchers.
Pakistan General Election: 48 Dalit aspirants hold future of marginalised Hindu minority in their hands
At least 48 members belonging to Pakistan's Hindu community have announced their candidature from various seats, most of them from Sindh, the province where most of the country's Hindu population is concentrated in
India’s first robotic telescope in Ladakh begins observing the deep skies
Located at Indian Astronomical Observatory (IAO) in Ladakh it ‘s country’s first robotic telescope.
Indian researchers develop new strategy to synthesise bioplastics that will help expand the scope of its production
In recent years, scientists and industry have focused on developing bioplastics as a replacement for synthetic ones to help protect the environment.
Indian scientists could have just developed the building block of optical computing
Optical computing works on switches that get activated with light or beams of photons instead of using electronic circuits consisting of transistors.
Fish scales inspire scientists to create an oil-repelling artificial membrane which may help in cleaning oil spills
It is able to separate oil repetitively from water even after 1,000 cycles of physical deformations.
Scientists at BITS develop a microneedle-based system that can take away the pain from vaccinations
Researchers expect their work could result in the development of new mechanisms to address significant problems associated with drug delivery including cancer targeting.
Study indicates that change in temperature and rainfall patterns is adversely affecting Darjeeling tea production
The plant growth is adversely affected when the temperature goes above 32 degrees or drops below 13 degrees.
Metal-organic nanosheets may help in the development of novel lens material: Report
Ratneshwar Thakur tells us the new findings with respect to Metal-organic nanosheets and the way it can be applied to make novel lens material.
School students display innovative and eco-friendly ideas and models at Child Innovators Exhibition 2018
The exhibition has been put together by the Ahmedabad-based National Innovation Foundation (NIF) which works with children and grassroots innovators.
Scientists show synthetic molecules can grow and be controlled on biological systems
Research has shown that synthetic molecules can grow and be controlled on similar stimuli such as biological systems.
Indian researchers develop nanomaterial that helps in the treatment of wastewater without using any chemical
Membrane-based filtration processes are generally used to treat industrial wastewater but they can’t fully filter out heavy metal contaminants.