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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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Scientists discover naturally occurring supercritical carbon dioxide

A team from the Institute of Oceanology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the Center for Ocean Mega-Science of CAS discovered it at a depth of 1,400 metres

Published on 10th May 2020
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Researchers develop a fast, sensitive antibody blood test for COVID-19

Published in the journal Analytical Chemistry, the study revealed that researchers from China wanted to develop a fast, sensitive antibody test to help identify people with current or past exposure

Published on 1st May 2020
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Study may explain Source of Nitrogen in Earth's atmosphere

Nitrogen makes up approximately 78 percent of the air we breathe. But scientists have never fully understood how it came to be present in the atmospheres around Earth and other planets

Published on 21st April 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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IIT Mandi researchers develop next-gen spintronic technology for high data storage and ultrafast computational application

The team from IIT Mandi recently designed and developed Spin-transfer torque (STT) based nano spintronic devices, which will put an end to computer data loss

Published on 20th April 2020
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These ninth graders have an eco way to deal with water crises. Here's how

Are you fed up of seeing plastic waste all around you? We speak to Prajwal Erappa, who, along with his friends, has found the best use of all that plastic — to purify water!

Published on 8th February 2020
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Student researchers from LPU, IISER develop algae-based air purifier that will neutralise 98% of the harmful gases

The team, including BTech students Anant Kumar Rajput and Deepak Deb, has also developed a working prototype of the product and successfully conducted trials

Published on 22nd January 2020
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Jamia Millia violence: Here's what happens to your body when you're hit with tear gas

Tear gases are chemical compounds that irritate the eyes, skin, lungs, and are capable of having an effect on various other organs. They can also cause people to become non-functional

Published on 16th December 2019
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The Chris Adler interview: Lamb of God slept in parking lots and heated food on our van's engine

Adler was in Chennai as part of a drum clinic series covering India and Nepal. Around 80 musicians were in attendance

Published on 29th November 2019
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Why Wayanad's 22-year-old Sooraj has been leading the charge against chemical fertilisers

Sooraj C S has been practicing organic farming for the past nine years while campaigning against the use of pesticides. This is his inpiring story — and how he decided to become a farmer at 13

Published on 11th June 2019
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Shoolini University researchers come up with eco-friendly, low-cost plan to produce biodiesel from biowaste

A provisional patent entitled 'Low cost and eco-friendly process for the  production of biodiesel from biowaste' was filed by Dr Saurabh Kulshreshtha and one of his students

Published on 17th May 2019
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Even exposure to smoker's fingers can cause respiratory problems in children: Study

According to a study published in the journal Tobacco Use Insights, not smoking around children does not prevent exposure to nicotine

Published on 10th February 2019
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Everything you need to know about the preservation of the longest-ever written Constitution

The Constitution was published in Dehradun and photolithographed by the Survey of India. It is preserved by CSIR-National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi

Published on 24th January 2019
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These Odia boys are taking Gujarat by storm with 'Go Aahar' which helps farmers grow fodder in a controlled environment 

In boxes that vary from 12x8 feet to 60x30 feet, farmers can grow fodder within seven days. Humidity, temperature, room pressure, carbon dioxide and nitrogen — everything is controlled

Published on 19th January 2019

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