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IIT-Delhi researchers develop 'DotBook', India's first Braille laptop for the visually-impaired

Instead of a screen, the laptop displays embossed text in Braille through the help of a touchpad. Users will get to feel everything a website has by just touching the pad

Published on 4th March 2019
Founders

After doing well in the luminaries' sector, Rourkela-based Estinno Energy intends to launch an e-bike soon

Started by Anurag Sharma and Mrityunjay Sharma back when they were second-year students at National Institute of Technology Rourkela, this start-up manufactures lights and luminaries

Published on 28th February 2019
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Now, you can check your hearing with WHO's new and free hearing screening app

According to the World Health Organisation, up to 1.1 billion young people (between the ages of 12–35 years) are at risk of experiencing hearing loss due to exposure to noise

Published on 28th February 2019
Samaira Mehta

Meet 10-year-old Samaira Mehta, the creator of Coderbunnyz, a board game that teaches kids coding

Child prodigy Samaira Mehta talks about the joy of coding and how her board game shatters the age-old myth of learning and more

Published on 26th February 2019
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These 19-year-olds have come up with a device that charges your mobile phone while you walk

Mohak Bhalla and Anand Gangadharan, two engineering students from Delhi invented the device while they were in class X  

Published on 23rd February 2019
IIT Madras Crowd Control

IIT Madras scientists develop an algorithm to control dense crowds at huge public gatherings like the Kumbh Mela

The research conducted by IIT Madras and published in the journal Physical Review Letters, can also help design safe evacuation procedures for events and locations that witness high footfall

Published on 21st February 2019
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Meet Md Suhail, who has invented a way to find protein deficiency in kids using paper strips

Detecting lack of dietary protein with a piece of paper? Yes, that’s what 17-year-old Mohammed Suhail Chinya Salimpasha has made possible. We talk to him to know how he came up with this

Published on 6th February 2019
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This Hyderabad lad has invented a device that will prevent the car from starting if a driver is drunk

A diploma course dropout from Telangana has come up with a device that can prevent a vehicle from starting if the blood alcohol content of the driver is above 30 ml

Published on 6th February 2019
National Science Day Museum

From Edison's Phonograph to the oldest telephones in the world, why you need to check out this exhibition at VITM

VITM in Bengaluru will be holding an exhibition to display some of the oldest devices that were invented by scientists and used by people. We talk to the director to find out more 

 

Published on 30th January 2019
Hike Research scholars fellowship Strike

Researchers whose discoveries have been celebrated much are also protesting for a hike. Here's why ​

We talk to three research scholars who have brought laurels to the country and have made breakthrough discoveries in their fields of study, who are also protesting for the hike in their fellowship

Published on 30th January 2019
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These TN Engineering students have devices that will make the diffabled live easier

With medical costs and prosthetics soaring, people with disabilities often need to make do with bad equipment which compromises their quality of life. We checked out three start-ups

Published on 14th January 2019
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What's inside the time capsule that Nobel laureates buried during Indian Science Congress 2019?

The Time Capsule contains 100 different items that represent a cross-section of technology in today's India like laptops, smartphones, a drone, VR glasses and much more

Published on 4th January 2019
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Microsoft's prediction of technology for 2019 is more futuristic than realistic: Redditors report 

The technology company overestimated the capability and capacity of some inventions by a considerable degree

Published on 31st December 2018
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Meet Rohit Dey from Bengaluru who developed a drone that can carry 5.5 kgs of medical supplies during an emergency

Rohit Dey is a young scientist from Bengaluru who made it all the way to NASA talks about his drone that can carry up to 5.5 kg of organs or medical supplies during those critical hours

Published on 28th December 2018
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This 13-year-old's logistics start-up employs over 300 dabbawallahs in Mumbai

His start-up offers a simple, convenient and rudimentary logistics option, that enables customers to send and receive parcels on time

Published on 27th December 2018

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