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Students claim deceased IISc researcher was not given proper medical attention on campus. This is how IISc responded


Rahul Pratap Singh, an MTech student from the Department of Mechanical Engineering was playing football at the campus ground when he suddenly collapsed

Published on 5th March 2021

QS Ranking 2021: Overall rankings of IITs see sizeable drop, but Indian institutes excels in subject ranks

Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal had said that there has been an improvement in global rankings. The overall ranking list does not say so

Published on 5th March 2021

IISc study shows higher, faster COVID mutations in Bengaluru compared to national and global average

It found that the three Bengaluru isolates analysed had 27 mutations in the viral genomes with over 11 mutations per sample — more than both the national average of 8.4 and global average of 7.3

Published on 5th March 2021

Two students die in a day at IISc, one by suicide, another collapses in the middle of football game

The Institute urged students to reach out for help from faculties and wellness resources. They also attached links for the students to access the resources

Published on 4th March 2021

Scientists from IISc reveal new mutations and proteins of the novel Coronavirus

The genomic analysis was done using what molecular biologists like Tatu call next generation sequencing (NGS), a technology that allows for rapid sequencing of the entire genome

Published on 4th March 2021

IISc shocker: In separate incidents, two students die on campus 

Two students of the Indian Institute of Science (IISC) died on campus in separate incidents, the institute said on Wednesday

Published on 3rd March 2021

IISc researchers can now listen to your cough and tell if you are COVID-positive

The diagnostic tool, Coswara, will be able to detect if a patient is positive by listening to their cough, speech and respiration

Published on 20th February 2021

This IISc professor uses a novel method to prove deep relationships between different Stark elements

Mahesh Kakde from the Department of Mathematics at the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru is one of the recipients of this year’s Swarna Jayanti fellowship instituted by the DST

Published on 20th January 2021

IIT, IISER, IISc student associations condemn recommendation to exempt IITs from faculty reservations

In IIT Madras, only 2-3 per cent of the faculty are from the SC/ST categories and around 13 per cent from OBC, the student groups said

Published on 28th December 2020

IISc team working on rapid identification of COVID-19 using Raman spectroscopy, AI

According to the team, using artificial intelligence and deep learning, the COVID-19 detection process will be automated and rapid

Published on 6th December 2020

IISc researchers develop wastewater treatment, recycling system for school in Karnataka

Overall, the system showed high REs of more than 90 per cent for most of the parameters. About 667 litres of greywater were treated daily using the system

Published on 28th November 2020

IISc researchers developing viable portent-based heat and cold resistant vaccine, clinical trials pending

It remains stable at 37 degrees Celsius for an up to a month, and freeze-dried dozes could tolerate temperatures as high as 100 degrees Celsius

Published on 19th November 2020

Researchers at IISc develop bandage with magnetic nanofibers that kills skin cancer cells with heat

Common treatments for skin cancer include surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. But these treatments and other conventional therapies have limitations

Published on 8th October 2020

This IISc alum's start-up has developed what could be the simplest way to detect breast cancer

Dr Geetha Manjunath's health-tech start-up NIRAMAI has devised a touch-free, pain-free and radiation-free way to detect breast cancer in women. They have screened more than 30,000 women in India

Published on 4th October 2020

These tattoos can monitor your vital parameters. Here's what the IISc researchers are working on

These sensors do not interfere with the daily activities of the user, thus enabling continuous monitoring of vital signs like pulse rate, respiration rate, UV rays exposure and skin hydration level

Published on 20th August 2020

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