• Search results for Invention
Image Title
as2(1)

This James Dyson Award recipient has invented a pen that caters to those with special needs

Ashwathy Satheesan, a designer from Ahmedabad, has conjured up a pen that can help those plagued with Parkinson’s to write just like anybody else!

Published on 30th October 2019
wired_can-prosthetics-outperform-real-limbs

Meet the Bionic Man who's a ray of hope for people with disabilities

Despite being a double amputee himself, Hugh Herr breakthrough advances in bionic limbs provide greater mobility and new hope to those with physical disabilities

Published on 29th October 2019
IIT Madras

IIT Madras faculty creates novel applications for AI, Machine Learning, Deep Learning to solve engineering problems

Researchers will set up a start-up ‘AISoft,’ nearly million-fold faster than its peers in the field, to develop solutions to engineering problems in varied fields such as semiconductors, automobile

Published on 28th October 2019
Nanosatellite Telescope

This ex-IIT researcher's nanosatellite telescope can get better photos of space and is cheaper

The new technology could revolutionise the economics and imagery available from space-based cameras and even Earth-based telescopes

Published on 21st October 2019
robot

Meet Pepe, the robot that's getting kids in a Kerala Govt School to wash their hands

Developed by Amrita University's Research Centre, Pepe is green in colour, has an animated mouth and eyes that move to give a sense to the kids that they are being watched

Published on 19th October 2019
Abu_Dhabi_announces_the_launch_of_the_worlds_first_graduate_level_AI_University

Now, you can study AI at the world's first-ever graduate level, research-based AI university in Abu Dhabi

Over the next decade, AI is set to have a transformational impact on the global economy, with experts estimating that, by 2030, AI could contribute nearly $16 trillion to the global economy

Published on 17th October 2019
Nano Guitar String

First-of-its-kind novel nano-guitar string that plays on its own created by UK researchers

Just as a guitar string vibrates when it is plucked, the wire vibrates when it is forced into motion by an oscillating voltage

Published on 15th October 2019
CPI_Vedas

Vedas not property of RSS: Why CPI is conducting a seminar on Upanishads in Kerala

The CPI says that talking about Vedas or Puranas is not something new to the Leftists and the seminar is the way to bring the real Vedic Age to the forefront

Published on 11th October 2019
MDA_pic

World Dyslexia Day: How the MDA has used tech to transform the lives of dyslexic kids

Dyslexia is far more prevalent than most people think. The Madras Dyslexia Association has been working relentlessly for the last three decades to help dyslexic children lead better lives

Published on 4th October 2019
669552-aicte

AICTE asks institutes to share patent rights with students for on campus inventions

Seen as an inventor-friendly policy, it also entitles students/researchers/faculty members to sole ownership of patent rights if the product is developed without using any of institution's facilities

Published on 25th September 2019
facebook-logo

Facebook buys start-up working to command computers using thought instead of taps, swipes

The wristband will translate impulses into signals a device can comprehend, having thoughts rather than mouse clicks or button presses prompt actions on computers

Published on 24th September 2019
Shiv_Nadar_University

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

Published on 23rd September 2019
Braille

This Gujarat professor's innovative model can convert Hindi, English or Gujarati text to Braille

Nikisha's model has received acclamation from the students who affirm that the invention will be very helpful for them

Published on 16th September 2019
vero1

Meet Coimbatore's RoboMan, who has wired his creations to perfection!

Vijay Shah is an engineer who has a whole set of plans lined up for his robots, including service in the Indian Navy

Published on 3rd September 2019
Andreas van de Laar

This Dutch filmmaker shot an entire docu series on India's innovations on his iphone. Here's how

Andreas van de Laar spoke to several innovators, entrepreneurs and politicians as part of his project 'One Point Seven' 

Published on 27th August 2019

Search results 45 - 60 of 165