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1. Study initiated for low cost COVID 19 detection kit suitable for storage in less stringent conditions in rural areas
The COVID 19 pandemic has thrown up the novel challenge of setting up rapid diagnostic facilities in remote areas which do not have adequate infrastructure. This calls for low cost devices that do not require very stringent storage facilities. Scientists have put in a research plan to meet this urgent requirement.
With support from the Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), a statutory body under the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Birla Institute of
2. Government to study the arbitration case award in Vodafone International Holding BV
The Finance Ministry has said today that it has just been informed that the award in the arbitration case invoked by Vodafone International Holding BV against Government of India has been passed. The Government will be studying the award and all its aspects carefully in consultation with its counsels. After such consultations, the Government will consider all options and take a decision on further course of action including legal remedies before appropriate fora.
3. M&G Immigration & Study Abroad Consultants
M&G Immigration & Study Abroad ConsultantsM & G is an immigration and Study Abroad consultancy company working very closely with a team of lawyers in Canada and led by eminent professionals. M & G operations was started in an effort to help people relocate and provide awareness of various opportunities to live, stu
4. Provision of Multi Disciplinary Study Options in Rural Areas Under NEP
On the issues of multidisciplinary options, the National Education Policy, 2020 has stated that teacher preparation will also be done in integrated and multidisciplinary manner. The policy also states that to ensure an adequate number of teachers across subjects - particularly in subjects such as art, physical education, vocational education, and languages - teachers could be recruited to a school or school complex and the sharing of teachers across schools could be considered in accordance with the grou
5. IIT Hyderabad uses artificial intelligence to study supply chain network of biofuels
IIT Hyderabad uses artificial intelligence to study supply chain network of biofuels
Bio-derived fuels are gaining widespread attention among the scientific community across the world. The work on biofuels is in response to the global call for reducing carbon emissions associated with the use of fossil fuels. In India too, biofuels have caught the imagination of researchers.
For instance, researchers of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad have started using computatio
6. The study from the Dehradun best college
The study from the Dehradun best collegeDBGI is a Reputed engineering college in Uttarakhand. The college is awarded as the top placement college in Uttarakhand by MHRD. Also awarded by Times Group as Excellence in Education. The College offer
7. New study may help develop therapeutics for tongue cancer
New study may help develop therapeutics for tongue cancer
A team of researchers from IIT Madras, Cancer Institute, Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital, Chennai, and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru have identified a specific microRNA (miRNAs) called ‘miR-155’ that is over-expressed in tongue cancer. MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are small Ribo Nucleic Acid. They are non-coding RNAs involved in the regulation of a variety of biological and pathological processes, includi
8. Study on Cultivation of GM Crops
Bt cotton is the only genetically modified (GM) crop that has been approved for commercial cultivation in 2002 by the Government of India. Long term studies were conducted by ICAR on the impact of Bt cotton which did not show any adverse effect on soil, microflora and animal health. However, the Parliam
9. Sector and Industry wise study of ground level issues for policy formulation is the need of the hour: Shri Nitin Gadkari
Shri Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises and Road Transport & Highways has highlighted the need for sector wise and industry wise study of the ground level issues by Think Tanks so that new policies may be formulated taking into account their recommendations. He said this while addressing a webinar today. During his interaction with MSME member bodies and Sectoral Associations of FICCI, he said that all the sectors like plastic, garment, leather, pharma
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10. Advances in microscopy has helped study complex questions of locomotion: Prof VijayRaghavan
Professor K. VijayRaghavan, Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India, has highlighted how advances in microscopy has helped in the study of complex questions of walking and flying by allowing us to witness the cells at their finest resolution and revealing the specific components of the cells as well as their functions. He was delivering the Founder’s Day lecture of the Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA).
“Improvements in observational tools allow us to expe