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  • BOOK REVIEW: Journalist who broke news in Science to shake the nation

    BOOK REVIEW: Journalist who broke news in Science to shake the nation

    N.B. NairNew Delhi (ISJ): Science journalism in India has been driven by passion. Politics, economics or business, defence, diplomacy or home are high on demand and in any media organisation, there would be several claimants for these beats.As the say...

    14 May 2020 1:57 AM GMT
  • Indigenous goats resilient to climate change

    Indigenous goats resilient to climate change

    Bengaluru (ISW) - Climate change is posing a challenge not only to agricultural crops but also to livestock. It is critical to identify livestock breeds that are climate resilient to sustain rural livelihoods. Indian scientists have identified two va...

    10 July 2018 12:16 PM GMT
  • Ultrafast Laser Camera to capture electron movement

    Ultrafast Laser Camera to capture electron movement

    Mumbai (ISJ) - Did you know that many molecules have a 'handedness'? That is, these molecules are distinguishable from their mirror image, like our left and right hand. But why should we care about it? It turns out that certain drugs and medicines ma...

    30 Jun 2018 11:20 AM GMT
  • Theoretical physicist E.C.G.Sudarshan passes away

    Theoretical physicist E.C.G.Sudarshan passes away

    New Delhi (ISW): The world of science has lost an eminent physicist with the passing away of Prof. E.C.G.Sudershan, who was nominated for Nobel Prize several times but missed the coveted honour every time. His research interests spanned a wide range o...

    14 May 2018 4:48 PM GMT
  • Plastic waste can be used for decontamination of water

    Plastic waste can be used for decontamination of water

    Lucknow (ISW) – Indian scientists find a new way to use plastic waste, for decontamination of water. Dr. Premanjali Rai and Dr. Kunwar P. Singh from Environmental Chemistry Division, CSIR-Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, Lucknow...

    16 Dec 2017 7:00 AM GMT
  • 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...

    5 Sep 2017 7:25 AM GMT
  • Scientists develop natural material for faster blood clotting

    Scientists develop natural material for faster blood clotting

    Kolkata (ISW) – A joint team of scientists from Kolkata-based Indian Institute of Science Education and Research and Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics have developed a natural biomaterial for faster blood clotting. The new material is a modification...

    17 Aug 2017 1:51 PM GMT
  • Fast, noninvasive technique may help doctors diagnose certain diseases

    Fast, noninvasive technique may help doctors diagnose certain diseases

    Washington (ISJ) - The stiffness or elasticity of a cell can reveal much about whether the cell is healthy or diseased. Cancer cells, for instance, are known to be softer than normal, while asthma-affected cells can be rather stiff.Determining the...

    7 Aug 2017 6:50 AM GMT
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