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Chinese children aged three and up may soon be able to get COVID-19 vaccine

Experts say inactivated vaccines are generally considered safe for children, as the technology has been in use for a long time

Published on 11th June 2021

UK, Indian scientists develop low-cost sensor to detect fragments of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater

The technique, developed by researchers from the University of Strathclyde and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, could be used to enable widespread monitoring of COVID-19 prevalence

Published on 10th June 2021

Karnataka's MAHE to vaccinate students across all its institutions for free

The Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) campus was declared a containment zone in March, 2021 by the Udupi administration after 59 people tested COVID-19 positive

Published on 9th June 2021

IISER Bhopal researchers develop technology to treat tumours in cancer patients

According to the team, the technology can deliver active molecules to specific sections of proteins and hence, can help get rid of the tumours without harming the patient's healthy cells

Published on 7th June 2021

IIT Madras and IBM to collaborate on quantum computing education and research

India has witnessed a huge spurt of activity in the quantum science and technology domain in the last few years, backed by Government initiatives such as a National Mission on Quantum Technologies

Published on 31st May 2021

Twitter to test subcription-based service for iPhone users, can potentially launch 'Undo Tweet' option

According to technology blogger Jane Manchun Wong, who claims to be the first paying user of the service, it includes an "undo tweet" feature as well as a "reader mode"

Published on 28th May 2021

WHO calls upon member states to restart intellectual property sharing, tech transfer to improve COVID vaccine inequality

The C-Tap (the COVID-19 technology access pool) initiative for COVID test and vaccines was launched by the WHO in partnership with Costa Rica

Published on 28th May 2021

JEE Advanced postponed due to COVID, revised dates to be announced later 

JEE Advanced is an exam for admission to the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology and National Institutes of Technology

Published on 26th May 2021

These Engg students from Hyderabad have a race to win and this is how you can help them

Students of Hyderabad Institute of Technology and Management have started a crowdfunding campaign in all their earnest so that they can create the best quad bike and win the big competition...

Published on 26th May 2021

DST invites start-ups to build new, innovative products to tackle COVID second wave

The initiative is a special drive of the National Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB) under the DST for supporting indigenous solutions and innovative products

Published on 21st May 2021

Here's how AI platform SpaceBasic is helping educational institutions manage their students' hostel needs seamlessly

Using SpaceBasic, educational institutions can post announcements, student leave applications, seamlessly integrate with biometric/face recognition to automate attendance and a lot more

Published on 20th May 2021

This Telangana girl is creating low-cost housing built of sewerage pipes for the poor. Here's how

The 23-year-old, who did engineering from Lovely Professional University (LPU), has designed OPod or micro house built of sewerage pipes, a first of its kind model in India

Published on 14th May 2021

AgEd and Willing: This group of teenagers are helping mothers and grandmothers learn all about using tech on Zoom

Vanika Sangtani and her team at AgEd conduct weekly workshops on several topics like technology and health and fitness for senior citizens 

Published on 21st April 2021

India-UK partnership to strengthen role of women in STEMM at schools, universities: DST

The two sides will work to create an enabling environment for equal participation of women in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicines) disciplines

Published on 7th May 2021

NMIMS-Harvard study to research behavioural data, help prepare better for future pandemics

Fourteen students from SOD’s BDes (Humanising Technology) programme participated in the study as field researchers, applying remote ethnography methods to gather data 

Published on 7th May 2021

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