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UoH VC increases Non-NET Fellowship amount, announces perks for researchers. Wins students' hearts!

This move by Prof BJ Rao, who took over as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hyderabad in 2021, has garnered praise from students  

 

Published on 6th May 2022
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Here's a solution developed by IIT Hyderabad researchers that can increase lifespan of aging bridges, buildings 

Nowadays, the civil engineering industry has slowly started to accept FRP (fiber-reinforced polymer) composites to repair and rehabilitate structures made of concrete

Published on 6th May 2022
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Remote physiotherapy will be easier with these 3D printed gloves developed by IISc researchers 

To ensure that physicians are able to monitor their patient's status during physiotherapy, IISc researchers designed and 3D printed gloves and other wearables as well

Published on 5th May 2022
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Researchers at IIT Madras develop VR tools to boost maternal and natal health

The tools use Artificial Intelligence and gaming technology in order to provide healthcare workers with adequate knowledge on the health of infants and mothers

Published on 20th April 2022
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Telangana researchers and PhD scholars complain about delay in release of scholarship amount 

According to the grievances, students from rural areas were having a hard time focussing on their studies as UGC was paying scholarships after a gap of one to four months

Published on 18th April 2022
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Made in India polycentric prosthetic knee by IIT Madras is affordable and innovative

Want to know more about the latest innovation launched by IIT Madras which will improve the quality of life for above-knee amputees? Read on to find out more

Published on 9th April 2022
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IIT Kanpur researchers develop new technique for wastewater treatment

The research was conducted by Dr Archana Raichur and Dr Niraj Sinha from the Department of Mechanical Engineering

Published on 18th March 2022
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How hydrochar derived from orange peels was used by IIT Mandi researchers for biofuel precursors

In the renewable energy community, there is a lot of interest in developing energy-efficient processes which will help convert biomass into useful chemicals

Published on 23rd February 2022
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NIT Andhra Pradesh researchers develop computing stack to monitor and control electrical loads

The researchers intend to initiate a start-up to commercialise the device, which will help solve challenges of micromanagement of electricity

Published on 21st February 2022
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Why did this 'miracle well' in a remote Tamil Nadu village catch the fancy of IIT Madras researchers?

The locals had claimed that it is this well that was recharged with an estimated 1,500-2,500 litres of water, that too, every second without ever overflowing

Published on 18th February 2022
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This study by IIT Jodhpur researchers furthers our understanding of COVID-19 RNA variations 

Using Illumina, which is a sequencing platform, the research team at IIT Jodhpur studied intra-host Single Nucleotide Variations (iSNV)

Published on 10th February 2022
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These Israeli researchers might be able to tell whether you are COVID positive from a simple eye exam

The TFI device is a non-invasive piece of medical equipment designed to simultaneously measure the mucins

Published on 4th February 2022
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To sir, with love: CUSAT researchers discover new species of isopod pathogens, name it after their professor

The new species of isopod pathogens, named Norileca hathai, was discovered in the Indian Ocean, predominantly in the Andaman Sea by the researchers

Published on 24th January 2022
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IIT Roorkee researchers identify the role of white blood cell markers in sepsis-related complications

This study has provided important insights into the role of immune cell markers on sepsis-related complications

Published on 14th January 2022
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IIT Mandi researchers believe that these states will be worst affected by Omicron and this wave of COVID

According to the study, the hotspots of the pandemic in India have been states with high international migration and districts located close to large water bodies

Published on 6th January 2022

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