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This coating made from rice husk, by Shiv Nadar University, can save India's monuments from corrosion
Developed by extracting the nano-silica particles of rice husk — an agriculture waste product, it also has the potential to offer an alternative to crop residue burning by farmers
How Annushka Hardikar and Alefiya Kachwalla have transformed the look and feel of an old merchant locality in Pune by jazzing up the shutters with some funky art
During the award ceremony, the HRD minister further added that ‘Guru’ word is a combination of two words ‘Gu’ means darkness and ‘Ru’ means to overcome
Paid coaching by private institutions started during the summer vacation and many students start training for these exams even from Standard VI
The laboratory lifted 1,496 urine samples from government school children in the age group of six to 12 years. The samples were being tested from January till last month.
ETOOS Education is a professional education company that is equipped with the best infrastructure for university entrance in South Korea
This start-up incubated at IIT Guwahati will now provide contaminant-free drinking water across Assam
The technology is based on the 'Apparatus and Method for Removal of Fluoride, Iron, Arsenic and Microorganisms from Contaminated Drinking Water'
Charumathi Muralidharan and Leon James not only create their own unique form of music but make their own musical instruments too
The researchers also developed a way to quickly manufacture the sensor patches in a roll-to-roll processing technique similar to screen printing
While employed at the school as a physical education teacher, John has a diploma in Epigraphy (the study of inscriptions) and Archaeology
Researchers hope this system could provide an early warning signal not just for Rett syndrome but for ASD in general
Geethaanjali All India Senior Secondary School has been a pioneer in many educational innovations in Erode. The Pantheon of Learning's one such program is the 'Nalla Seithi'
Rather, communal stereotypes have changed but increasingly towards portraying women as more compassionate, affectionate and sensitive than men
Neuralink unveiled an early version of a tiny sensor with hair-thin strands that could be implanted in a brain through a small incision
The technology would be ideal for multi-storey buildings, apartments, government offices, local bodies, given that they are likely to have multiple overhead tanks to keep track of
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