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DRDO's Kaveri engine to fly pilot-less bomber aircraft

Although underpowered for fast-moving fighter aircraft, the Defence Research and Development Organisation believes the Kaveri is well suited for the Unmanned Strike Air Vehicle, reports Ajai Shukla......

Coming soon: A second genesis

Scientists are on track to develop artificial life 'within five years', claimed US researchers, who suggested that laboratories across the world are drawing close to the threshold of a "second......

'Indian Nobel Prize' for 13 scientists

Dr K George Thomas of the Thiruvananthapuram-based Regional Research Laboratory, Dr Vikraman Balaji of the Chennai Mathematical Institute and Dr Srinivasan Sampath of Indian Institute of Science......

US has found a way to turn seawater into fuel

United States Navy scientists have successfully flown a radio-controlled airplane that runs purely on fuel derived from sea water. Scientists obtained the fuel using the US Naval Research......

Live drills of BrahMos supersonic fitted to Sukhoi by year-end

Integrating supersonic missile with Sukhoi requires about $50 million; engine modifications, so many works given to Russians. The BrahMos Aerospace Private Limited, the joint venture between......

Dr Reddy's to ramp up spending on R&D

Dr Reddy's Laboratories Limited aims to increase the R&D spend on its three major research programmes, including the reverse cholesterol transport area, in a bid to come out with pathbreaking......

NAL inks pact with Boeing

National Aerospace Laboratories in Bangalore is close to signing a research and development cooperation agreement with Boeing. It also plans to set up two testing facilities for Pratt & Whitney,......

IBM India lab: Over 90 engineers & growing

India Research Laboratory of IBM, the youngest of eight such research centres of the company worldwide, has grown to accommodate more than 90 engineers working on cutting edge technologies."The......

Motorola to set up research laboratory

Motorola Labs is actively looking at India to set up a research laboratory. Motorola India Electronics managing director Soumitra Sana said: "We are in discussions with our headquarters to set up......

UK firm ARM may set up R&D centre in India

India and China are competing to host the latest research and development laboratory of ARM, the United Kingdom-based semi conductor company that design chips for digital cameras, printers, mobile......

How Force India made the cut in 2009

After a difficult first season in Formula One, Force India turned things around in style in 2009. Giancarlo Fisichella made the breakthrough for the Indian outfit when he scored the team's first......

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New X-ray method for better screening at airports

A rapid X-ray imaging technique that detects hidden nuclear material could pave the way for better screening at airports, a new study has found.... ...

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Plastic from potatoes to drones, IITians redefine innovation

Summary Bunkar's creation was one among the 140 innovations on display at Open House 2014. Since his school days, Tanmay Bunkar says he was... ...

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iSATT-2014 symposium covers all tyre technology-related issues

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Stornoway renewables conference set to generate almost £350,000 for economy

A renewable energy conference in Stornoway is set to lead to expenditure of almost £350,000* in the local economy, Alex Salmond has announced.... ...

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Thinnest ever porous membrane 100,000 times thinner than human hair developed

Researchers have managed to produce a stable porous membrane that is 100,000 times thinner than the diameter of a human hair. The membrane... ...

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