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  • Additive manufacturing to give edge to Indian high-tech industry

    Additive manufacturing to give edge to Indian high-tech industry

    Hyderabad (ISW) - Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing as it is popularly called, is fast gaining importance the world over as it has opened up possibilities for a new world of design innovation. The International Advanced Research Centr...

    2017-09-16 12:02:43.0
  • Hyacinth can help remove toxic chromium from polluted water

    Hyacinth can help remove toxic chromium from polluted water

    New Delhi, (ISW) - Heavy metal poisoning is a growing concern in many parts of the country. A new method for removing chromium-6, a highly toxic heavy metal, from waste water has been developed by a group of scientists from India and Ethiopia. They c...

    2017-09-05 07:25:11.0
  • Indian scientists turn sugar industry waste into next-gen battery material

    Indian scientists turn sugar industry waste into next-gen battery material

    Gandhinagar (ISW) - Indian scientists have demonstrated that waste water from some of the dirtiest industrial processes can be turned into a carbon source for preparation of energy storage materials. Researchers led by scientists from Bhavnag...

    2017-08-10 07:39:06.0
  • From innerwear to batteries, nanomaterials are changing our lives

    From innerwear to batteries, nanomaterials are changing our lives

    Hyderabad (India Science Wire) - A silent revolution is on in the business of textiles. Fabrics are coming into the market with novel properties that were totally unexpected a few years ago. While some may have anti-bacterial properties, others may g...

    2017-05-31 15:22:29.0
  • Indian-American scientists design coatings to prevent pipeline clogging

    Indian-American scientists design coatings to prevent pipeline clogging

    Cambridge, USA (ISJ) ? A team of Indian-American scientists have designed a coating which could prevent blockages inside oil and gas pipelines that can lead to expensive shutdowns to clear pipe, or worse, to pipeline rupture from a buildup of pressur...

    2017-04-15 02:28:37.0
  • World to phase out fossil fuel, India shuts down two biofuel plants

    World to phase out fossil fuel, India shuts down two biofuel plants

    New Delhi (ISJ) ? There have been unequivocal warming of the climate system, and since the 1950s many of the observed changes are unprecedented over decades to millennia. The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says, unrestricted use of foss...

    2017-04-13 12:43:03.0
  • India?s first ocean power generation project coming up in Kavaratti, Lakshadweep

    India?s first ocean power generation project coming up in Kavaratti, Lakshadweep

    N.B. NairChennai (ISJ ? Exclusive) ? Prime Minister Narendra Modi?s vision of developing ?blue economy? to complement India?s economic trajectory is getting onto the drawing board, with the development of an indigenous technology to tap ocean energy....

    2016-09-22 04:12:42.0
  • Scientists develop a new catalyst to split water

    Scientists develop a new catalyst to split water

    First step to convert solar and wind power to renewable fuelsToronto, Canada (ISJ) ? A team of international scientists have developed a catalyst to split water into hydrogen and oxygen, the vital first step to make fuels from renewable solar and win...

    2016-09-11 13:33:04.0
  • A ?nose? to sniff hazardous gas emissions

    A ?nose? to sniff hazardous gas emissions

    N.B.Nair | Indian Science JournalNagpur/Kolkata (ISJ) – Scientists at the Nagpur-based National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) and the Kolkata-based Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) have jointly develop...

    2015-07-08 07:07:48.0
  • Electric car built by US students set world record

    Electric car built by US students set world record

    Washington (ISJ) ? An electric car built by Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah (USA) set a world land speed record of 204.9 mph or about 330 kph during qualifying runs this month. The car is an improved version of Electric Blue, designed b...

    2014-09-21 13:32:50.0
  • India denies huge cancer burden in atomic energy hubs

    India denies huge cancer burden in atomic energy hubs

    New Delhi (ISJ) ? Atomic Energy Department has denied, its establishments are causing cancer much higher than the national average. The clarification comes in the wake of reports in a section of the media that almost 70% of deaths during 1995-2015 in...

    2014-09-20 02:47:06.0
  • India should go solar to bring down carbon emissions; British envoy on climate change

    India should go solar to bring down carbon emissions; British envoy on climate change

    New Delhi (ISJ Exclusive) - British special representative on climate change Sir David King said, India should adopt the solar energy route to bring down carbon emissions, without compromising on its developmental goals. Sir King said, on a mass scal...

    2014-09-05 09:20:15.0
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