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Russian hackers who pose threat to US election have breached nuclear plants, power grid in the past
World

Russian hackers who pose threat to US election have breached nuclear plants, power grid in the past

The timing of the attacks so close to the election and the potential for disruption set off concern inside private security firms, law enforcement and intelligence agencies

States consult with Union minister Harsh Vardhan to formulate new S&T policy 2020
India

States consult with Union minister Harsh Vardhan to formulate new S&T policy 2020

This is imperative at both the policy-making and implementation processes and is achievable through greater communication and collaboration between the Centre and states.

TikTok, WeChat to be banned in US in 45 days unless sold by parent companies, president Trump issues executive order
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TikTok, WeChat to be banned in US in 45 days unless sold by parent companies, president Trump issues executive order

The twin executive orders that will take effect in 45 days, cited national security concerns.

Donald Trump a 'narcissist', embraced ‘cheating as way of life’, says US president's niece Mary Trump in tell-all book
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Donald Trump a 'narcissist', embraced ‘cheating as way of life’, says US president's niece Mary Trump in tell-all book

The book, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man”, depicts a multigenerational saga of greed, betrayal and internecine tension

Coronavirus delays work on NASA’s moon rocket and capsule for the Artemis mission
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Coronavirus delays work on NASA’s moon rocket and capsule for the Artemis mission

There are two confirmed cases at NASA centres: Ames Research Center in California and Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama.

Working from home? Here are remedies to some tech headaches you are bound to face
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Working from home? Here are remedies to some tech headaches you are bound to face

The biggest lesson for working from home: Less is better, especially fewer gadgets and fewer work apps.

Can the internet handle the strain of everyone working from home? Or will it buckle under pressure?
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Can the internet handle the strain of everyone working from home? Or will it buckle under pressure?

On top of that, home networks — such as the Wi-Fi routers that residents set up — can be finicky.

Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to address climate crisis through new Bezos Earth Fund
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Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to address climate crisis through new Bezos Earth Fund

He said the grant will fund scientists, activists and NGO's to explore new ways of fighting the impact of climate change.

Aryabhatta Vigyan Kendra to be set up in Ambala Cantt at cost of over Rs 30 cr
India

Aryabhatta Vigyan Kendra to be set up in Ambala Cantt at cost of over Rs 30 cr

The centre will reportedly have a gallery, a 270-degree immersive projection hall, auditorium and a cafe.

Democratic rivals jostle for advantage as coding issue causes delay in Iowa caucus results; Trump calls it 'unmitigated disaster'
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Democratic rivals jostle for advantage as coding issue causes delay in Iowa caucus results; Trump calls it 'unmitigated disaster'

The Iowa Democratic Party will begin to release results from Monday’s caucuses at 5 p.m. Eastern time Tuesday, the party chairman, Troy Price, told the Democratic presidential campaigns in a conference call.

Google and IBM are at odds over 'quantum supremacy' – an expert explains what it really means
science

Google and IBM are at odds over 'quantum supremacy' – an expert explains what it really means

The term “supremacy” is misleading as it suggests that quantum computers can outperform classical computers at everything.

The days of working in silos are over, PM Narendra Modi tells scientists
science

The days of working in silos are over, PM Narendra Modi tells scientists

PM Modi confers Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar prizes for Science & Technology, says participation is a must

PM Narendra Modi asks scientific community to work towards affordable healthcare
science

PM Narendra Modi asks scientific community to work towards affordable healthcare

He drew attention to recent developments in cutting-edge areas like big data analysis, AI and blockchain

PM Modi to kick off Indian Science Congress today at Lovely Professional University
science

PM Modi to kick off Indian Science Congress today at Lovely Professional University

A solar-powered driverless bus built by LPU students will ferry the Prime Minister to the venue.

A unique telescope launched in South Africa on 25 May combines 'eyes and ears' to study the universe
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A unique telescope launched in South Africa on 25 May combines 'eyes and ears' to study the universe

Scientists on 25 May launched the world’s first optical telescope linked to a radio telescope, which combines “eyes and ears” to study the universe.

DST has introduced a new scheme to promote participation of women in the fields of science and technology
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DST has introduced a new scheme to promote participation of women in the fields of science and technology

DST and Indo-US Science & Technology Forum (IUSSTF) have jointly announced the Indo-US Fellowship for Women in STEMM.

Manipur University to host the annual session of the Indian Science Congress on 15 March
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Manipur University to host the annual session of the Indian Science Congress on 15 March

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will formally inaugurate the 105th session of the congress on 16 March. Manipur University will host the science congress.

In 41st Mann ki Baat address, Narendra Modi hails India's scientific prowess, backs use of artificial intelligence for development
India

In 41st Mann ki Baat address, Narendra Modi hails India's scientific prowess, backs use of artificial intelligence for development

In his 41st edition of monthly radio address Mann ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed upon the importance of science and technology in India's overall development.

India pips US, China and European Union, tops in producing science and engineering grads, says report
India

India pips US, China and European Union, tops in producing science and engineering grads, says report

India accounts for one-fourth of the estimated 7.5 million bachelor in science and engineering degrees awarded across the world in 2014, a report has said

Dubbed VibWrite, this security system senses finger vibrations to accurately identify people
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Dubbed VibWrite, this security system senses finger vibrations to accurately identify people

Move over, fingerprints! Scientists have developed a new low-cost security system that senses finger vibrations to accurately identify people