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This respirator with algae-filters developed by LPU students will filter air, could keep COVID at bay 

Oxigeno is an algae-based respirator developed by three BTech students and their professor. It can be used against COVID too!

Published on 19th June 2020
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Why every coffee enthusiast should look out for the documentary 'C for Coffee'

The documentary C for Coffee focuses on the state of coffee in our country and how it affects the lives of several people who are dependent on it, we find out more

Published on 27th May 2020
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We know the air we breathe is toxic. Bengaluru-based start-up Ambee tells us just how much 

Ambee has installed over 500 sensors all over India. The start-up has air quality data for over one lakh pincodes across 65 countries. This is how they do what they do extremely efficiently

Published on 24th May 2020
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This start-up by IIT Madras alumni is making air purifiers that suck the pollution and toxicity out. Here's how

AirOK Technologies is taking the #AatmaNirbharBharat narrative forward with their indigenously developed air purification tech. This is how it works 

Published on 23rd May 2020
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Tripura scientist makes a robot out of locally available scrap to take care of Corona patients

The remote-controlled robot can carry 10-15 kilograms of materials, has an operational range of 15-20 metres, and can deliver food, medicines and other essential items to the COVID-19 patients

Published on 20th May 2020
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COVID-19 lockdown caused a 17 per cent decline in global carbon emissions, suggests a new study

The authors tested for three scenarios of easing out of the lockdown later this year, and found that the world could be on course for a 4-7 per cent drop in the total emissions by the end of 2020

Published on 20th May 2020
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Climate change, human activities may have influenced super cyclone Amphan

Koll said these high temperatures could supercharge a cyclone since tropical cyclones primarily draw their energy from evaporation at the ocean surface

Published on 19th May 2020
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These boys from Hubballi-Dharwad shot a video to showcase their unpopulated beauty during the lockdown

The boys made it a point to cover all the prominent places of twin cities hence they have shot more than 30 different places only in three days

Published on 15th May 2020
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COVID-19 lockdowns significantly impacting global air quality for the better: Study

The improvements in air quality will likely be temporary, but the findings give scientists a glimpse into what air quality could be like in the future

Published on 13th May 2020
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Why AnantU's Climate Action Fellowship could bring out the planeteer in you

Rashmi Patil chats with Dr Miniya Chatterji, a sustainability expert, about Fellowship for Climate Action and how they plan on nurturing the next generation of climate leaders

Published on 13th May 2020
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Vizag Gas Leak: Professors, activists shocked at the eerie similarities with Bhopal Gas tragedy   

The gas leak at LG Polymers in Visakhapatnam has left 11 dead and hundreds have landed in the hospital. Why did it happen and what is in store?

 

Published on 8th May 2020
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Cigarettes, food wrappers among most common ocean pollutants: Study

The analysis revealed that most common items on the ocean are fishing line, plastic, metal cans, plastic beverage bottles, glass bottles, food wrappers, rope, plastic bags and construction waste 

Published on 6th May 2020
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Air pollution linked with higher COVID-19 death rate: Study

Using this data, the researcher was able to identify hotspots around the world with high levels of air pollution and simultaneously low levels of air movement

Published on 20th April 2020
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This IIT Roorkee alumnus is developing a helmet-based respirator that can curb COVID-19 infection risk. Here's how

Shellios, founded by IIT Roorkee Alumnus Amit Pathak, is developing a Powered Air Purifying Respirator which can be used by health workers, doctors to counter infection in the hospital premises

Published on 16th April 2020
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Here's why this conservationist thinks that the Coronavirus outbreak is only a temporary win for the animal kingdom

Conservationist Dr Shekhar Kumar Niraj discusses what the Coronavirus outbreak has taught humanity and why this change is not permanent

Published on 15th April 2020

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