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How can society help keep Indian women in science, get young girls interested in the field?
science

How can society help keep Indian women in science, get young girls interested in the field?

Women make up only 14 percent of 2.8 lakh scientists, engineers and technologists in research, institutions in India.

80 percent of engineers unemployable for any job in the knowledge economy: Report
News & Analysis

80 percent of engineers unemployable for any job in the knowledge economy: Report

Only 3.84 percent of engineers have the technical, cognitive and linguistic skills for software-related jobs.

Indian techies struggle as jobs crisis worsens: Votes of jobless youths can hurt Narendra Modi's chances in LS polls, say critics
India

Indian techies struggle as jobs crisis worsens: Votes of jobless youths can hurt Narendra Modi's chances in LS polls, say critics

These engineers struggling to find jobs highlight Narendra Modi's difficulty in creating jobs by boosting manufacturing under 'Make in India' as promised in 2014.

Unemployment crisis in India: Engineers struggle for work as growth in manufacturing sector slows down
Business

Unemployment crisis in India: Engineers struggle for work as growth in manufacturing sector slows down

The increasing use of automation in industry, the massive number of young Indians coming onto the job market, and the regulatory hurdles that companies still face if they want to set up shop in India, are all big issues for those without work

NASA to launch world's lightest satellite this month, made by Chennai students
science

NASA to launch world's lightest satellite this month, made by Chennai students

It is designed to study 20 different weather parameters and microgravity's effect on its nylon body.

7 Indian workers abducted in Afghanistan: No reason for Taliban to 'target' Indians specifically in Baghlan
India

7 Indian workers abducted in Afghanistan: No reason for Taliban to 'target' Indians specifically in Baghlan

In Baghlan, there is no reason for the Taliban to target Indians specifically, nor to undercut the power project which has the full support of locals.

Autodesk shows us how intelligent design tools and modern VR hardware are transforming construction
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Autodesk shows us how intelligent design tools and modern VR hardware are transforming construction

And that’s the thing with technology like VR and AR, it feels very natural. Looking around in a 3D model on a PC is so clunky

US engineers have designed a smart undergarment to reduce lower back pain
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US engineers have designed a smart undergarment to reduce lower back pain

The smart device was unveiled at the Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics in Brisbane, Australia.

Microsoft's Women in Software Engineering program is helping women turn more efficient
News & Analysis

Microsoft's Women in Software Engineering program is helping women turn more efficient

Two years ago, Sri Charvitha, a student of the B.V. Raju Institute of Technology, walked into the Microsoft campus in Hyderabad to join the Women in Software Engineering (WISE) mentoring programme.

Samsung Galaxy S8 may launch on Feb 26, 2017 as specifications leak online
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Samsung Galaxy S8 may launch on Feb 26, 2017 as specifications leak online

Samsung is currently working hard on the next flagship device, Samsung S8 after the whole Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.

Why engineers shouldn't be afraid to quit their IT careers to pursue a different field
Life

Why engineers shouldn't be afraid to quit their IT careers to pursue a different field

This Engineer's Day, I want to congratulate all those who are passionate about this field, after all they are going to build our 'futuristic' world. But I would also like to wish those engineers who are achieving excellence in other fields and pursuing education with a fervour.

French Tech Ticket Season 2 kicked off by French Government
Biztech

French Tech Ticket Season 2 kicked off by French Government

France today kicked off the Season 2 of French Tech Ticket, a global competition open to entrepreneurs with start-ups after formation or in the process of growing. French Tech is the French start-up ecosystem led by French Government to embrace and promote the emergence of successful start-ups accompanied by Business France.

Engineers achieve Wi-Fi at 10,000 times lower power
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Engineers achieve Wi-Fi at 10,000 times lower power

a team of University of Washington computer scientists and electrical engineers has demonstrated that it's possible to generate WiFi transmissions using 10,000 times less power than conventional methods.

Siemens to reportedly buy CD-adapco for close to $1 billion
News & Analysis

Siemens to reportedly buy CD-adapco for close to $1 billion

Siemens AG, Europe's biggest industrial group, has agreed to buy CD-adapco, a privately held U.S. engineering software firm, for close to $1 billion in cash, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Bihar: One arrested in connection with murder of two engineers in Darbhanga
India

Bihar: One arrested in connection with murder of two engineers in Darbhanga

A relative of wanted criminal Santosh Jha has been arrested from Bihar's Darbhanga district in connection with the murder of two engineers in Darbhanga.

Bitten! Apple told to pay $234 mn for using BITS graduates' tech without permission
World

Bitten! Apple told to pay $234 mn for using BITS graduates' tech without permission

Tech giant Apple has been told to pay $234 million to the intellectual property arm of Wisconsin University, Madison, for using without permission patented technology developed by its team, including two Indian-American engineers.

Indian IT, ITeS companies to hire about 2.3 lakh fresh engineers this fiscal
Business

Indian IT, ITeS companies to hire about 2.3 lakh fresh engineers this fiscal

Last year the fresh intake was 2.3 lakhs engineers what we recruited. We anticipate the number would be roughly in the same range.

Remembering Qimat Rai Gupta, the gutsy visionary behind Havells
Corporate

Remembering Qimat Rai Gupta, the gutsy visionary behind Havells

The Indian media was late in discovering Qimat Rai Gupta and discovered him only after he acquired Sylvannia around five years back.

Syria: Militants kill nuclear scientists and engineers near Damascus
World

Syria: Militants kill nuclear scientists and engineers near Damascus

A pro-government Syrian newspaper and a monitoring group say that militants opened fire on a bus carrying nuclear scientists and engineers near Damascus, killing at least four men.

Laid-off Yahoo techies need not fret over pink slips: Zomato, Times make most of layoffs
Corporate

Laid-off Yahoo techies need not fret over pink slips: Zomato, Times make most of layoffs

Yahoo employees getting pink slips have been getting offers on Twitter from other companies.