Coronavirus Outbreak: Log 9 Materials ties up with Indian Institute of Science for its ‘CoronaOven’ project
Nanotechnology start-up Log 9 Materials — which has come up with a time-critical, novel technological solution (in the form of a small disinfection chamber that uses UV- C rays to kill Coronaviruses) to deal with the rising threat of the transmission of Covid-19 through object surfaces, is associating with the Indian Institute of Science - Bangalore for the ‘CoronaOven’ project
MTech students in IITs to pay more after IIT Council approves fee increase; needy students to be supported by DBT, educational loans
The needy students should be supported directly by the government through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) or arranging educational loans
N H Ravindranath is heading the only Indian climate change study and will present it to the govt & UN.
2020 QS World University Rankings: IIT Bombay emerges as best institution in India followed by IIT Delhi, IISc Bangalore
IIT-Bombay, IIT-Delhi and IISc-Bangalore, have found a place among the top 200 in the prestigious Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings released on Wednesday
If verified, the finding is among the biggest physics discoveries to have ever come out of India.
Indian universities move up in Times Higher Education rankings with 49 institutes; 25 make it to top 200
Leading India in the Times Higher Education rankings again is IISc, followed by IIT-Bombay. However, both of them slipped back a place this year, largely due to increased competition.
32-yr-old killed, three injured in explosion at Bengaluru's Indian Institute of Science; cylinder blast suspected, say cops
Four technicians of a private start-up company were involved in some experiment when an explosion occurred suddenly at around 2.20 pm
KVPY Result 2018 expected by December second week; visit official website to check if you have qualified
Candidates who clear the KVPY aptitude test will be called for the second stage, which is an interview scheduled for January 2019. IISc, Bangalore, will release the final KVPY result in the second week of April 2019.
The partnership includes industry exposure for students & an endowment fund for IISc faculty.
The Infosys Foundation prize includes a gold medal, citation & a tax-free prize of Rs 73 lakh.
#MeToo in India: IISc researcher Giridhar Madras sent on 'compulsory retirement' following sexual harassment charges
Renowned scientist and academician at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) was accused by a doctoral student under his guidance of sexual harassment. The researcher, Giridhar Madras, has now been sent on "compulsory retirement" over the allegations by the institute's governing council.
The accused Professor was handed "compulsory retirement" by the institute's governing council.
Sandhya Visweswariah is internationally recognised as a world expert in gut disease. She chairs two biological research labs at the Indian Institute of Science in Bengaluru and has received several grants, fellowships and awards.
Unlike other economies, the Indian government is the primary source of science research funding as well as the primary user of those funds, Shaw noted.
Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels may spark a shift towards wetter winters and drier summers: Study
Earlier research shows that about that time, in the cretaceous period, atmospheric carbon dioxide levels were almost thrice the present amount.
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati has declared the results of the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2018.
After Cape Town, Bengaluru set to face major water crisis: Atrocious state of Bellandur Lake a result of apathy by authorities
In the 1970s, Bengaluru boast of about 285 lakes; today there are just a little over 190, most of which are polluted with raw sewage.
The researchers have found that early breaking down of a protein, F-actin, in the brain leads to disruption in communication among nerve cells.
The dual-gated transistors on the device can easily switch between power-efficient and high-performance modes, depending on the need.
Scientists decode the genome of the HIV variant found in India, expect data to be useful for controlling the disease
Because HIV exhibits huge genetic diversity, the virus undergoes frequent genomic changes and each new variant differs in its response to therapy.