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Silicon Valley, ready to enhance the link between Desi, Pravasi

'This has been an ongoing process,' says Ambassador B S Prakash, India's former consul general in San Francisco, 'but I believe a Modi visit to the West Coast can be a force-multiplier.' 'Go West,......

12 risks that could cause THE END of the world

Researchers at the Global Challenges Foundation in Stockholm have released a thorough scientific assessment of what threatens human civilisation, or even possibly, all human life. The assessment is......

President Pranab's address to Parliament: The transcript

President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday addressed the first joint sitting of Parliament as mandatorily required under the Constitution after the general elections. The address is the political,......

Indian American Fulbright scholar to research ayurveda

Kolkata-born Indian American physician Dr Bhaswati Bhattacharya, who practices holistic medicine in New York, has created history by being selected the first US scholar by the Fulbright Program to......

India has never pursued an offensive bio weapons programme

In 2003, the United States Congressional Research Service asserted that there is a danger that India may develop a bio weapons programme. It claimed that 'India is believed to have an active......

Artificial Intelligence: Where India stands

A culture of science and innovation must be embedded in society wherein people not only use new technology but understand it as well. Without this, obscurantism and blind faith can sit side by side......

'Make in India' idea is good but where's the resource?

  While industry faces high energy prices, compared to global standards, energy as an input accounts for only five per cent of costs in Indian manufacturing, note Vaibhav Gupta and Arunabha......

How India can reap the benefits of nanotech

This technology has potential uses in many sectors but India needs to invest more in R&D to reap the benefits of this fantastic science, says Surinder Sud. India was a late starter in exploiting......

Pawar favours field trial of GM crops

Amid depleting natural resources, Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar on Monday again pushed for field trials of genetically modified (GM) crops saying such a right should not be denied to......

Now, a machine to filter your toilet waste into water

British scientists claim they are developing a unique device which can turn used toilet waste into drinking water.A team at Manchester University, led by Sarah Haigh, says the innovation -- which......

Review: GI Joe didn't need to be so dumb

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. Doesn't that name make it sound like an episode of a Sunday morning cartoon? Part of something a television channel would package as the Action Pack or something like......
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Where India stands

A culture of science and innovation must be embedded in society wherein people not only use new technology but understand it as well. Without this,... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/column/artificial-intelligence-where-india-stands/20180615.htm
Why Elon Musk has suddenly gone ballistic on Twitter

San Francisco : From attacking media to criticising nanotechnology researchers, SpaceX Founder and Tesla CEO Elon Musk has made Twitter his new... ...

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Butterfly wings inspire eye implants for glaucoma patients

Inspired by tiny structures on transparent butterfly wings, scientists have developed a light-manipulating surface for more effective and... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/butterfly-wings-inspire-eye-implants-for-glaucoma-patients-118050100265_1.html
Tiny DNA unicycle successfully completes test drive

Scientists have successfully completed the first test drive of a DNA 'unicycle' - a tiny machine made of genetic material that is powered by... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/tiny-dna-unicycle-successfully-completes-test-drive-118041100560_1.html
Novel sticky patch can monitor blood sugar in diabetics

Scientists have developed an adhesive patch, which can non-invasively monitor glucose levels in diabetics through the skin, potentially spelling an... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/novel-sticky-patch-can-monitor-blood-sugar-in-diabetics-118041000327_1.html

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