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India’s first robotic telescope in Ladakh begins observing the deep skies
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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 scientists could have just developed the building block of optical computing
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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
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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.

Metal-organic nanosheets may help in the development of novel lens material: Report
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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.

Scientists uncover mechanism of joint cartilage formation
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Scientists uncover mechanism of joint cartilage formation

Indian researchers have made headway towards finding a molecule that can stop degeneration as well as promote regeneration of articular cartilage.

India gets robotic telescope to keep an eye on dynamic cosmos
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India gets robotic telescope to keep an eye on dynamic cosmos

A new telescope is getting ready for commissioning at the Indian Astronomical Observatory at Hanle in Ladakh.

Researchers find a new approach for producing hydrogen gas which can be used to develop economical green fuel
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Researchers find a new approach for producing hydrogen gas which can be used to develop economical green fuel

Inspired by naturally occurring hydrogen processing in anaerobic bacteria, protozoa, fungi, and algae, chemists have been trying to design new catalysts

Bosnian Serb declares victory in Srebrenica;  nationalist parties win local elections
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Bosnian Serb declares victory in Srebrenica; nationalist parties win local elections

The Bosnian town of Srebrenica, known for the wartime massacre of 8,000 Muslims by Serb forces, looked set to get its first Serb mayor in 17 years after elections.

UN war crimes court finds Radovan Karadzic guilty of genocide, sentences him to 40 years in prison
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UN war crimes court finds Radovan Karadzic guilty of genocide, sentences him to 40 years in prison

The court said Radovan Karadzic bore criminal responsibility for murder and persecution in the Bosnian conflict.

Karadzic, 'many-faced' Serb accused of Bosnian war horrors to face trial at The Hague
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Karadzic, 'many-faced' Serb accused of Bosnian war horrors to face trial at The Hague

Psychiatrist, poet, president, alleged war criminal — even New Age healer. Radovan Karadzic has certainly had a varied life.