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World's top 2% scientists list by Stanford University: IIT Guwahati, JU, BHU, Jamia researchers feature in the list

The database of top-cited scientists has been taken into consideration and their research publications up to the end of 2021

Published on 14th October 2022
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World Menstrual Hygiene Day: IIM-A researchers enlighten us on the status quo of women's menstrual hygiene 

The researchers from the B-School conducted a study titled "COVID-19 and period products usage among menstruating women in Urban and Rural India"

Published on 28th May 2022
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With this new sensor developed by IIT Hyderabad researchers, a heart problem can now be detected within 3 minutes

It was formulated as a result of the joint efforts of a multimember research team led by Prof Renu John, Head, Department of Biomedical Engineering, IIT Hyderabad

 

Published on 20th August 2019
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With IIT Madras researchers' enhanced image processing technique, surveillance cameras can now capture haze-free, HD images

Besides law enforcement agencies, the Railways and the Army this research can also help self-driving and autonomous vehicles as they also require high-quality images taken by cameras

Published on 23rd July 2020
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With COVID-hit researchers recovered, IIT Madras students says they're being "suffocated" by lockdown rules, food restrictions on campus

According to a circular by the institute, 25 per cent of the hostel residents had tested positive in December

Published on 22nd January 2021
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With COVID cases rising on campus, IISc researchers and parents are wondering if the institute jumped the gun

Around 44 people on the IISc campus have tested positive for COVID. The institute called its students back to campus in June

Published on 31st July 2020
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Why did this 'miracle well' in a remote Tamil Nadu village catch the fancy of IIT Madras researchers?

The locals had claimed that it is this well that was recharged with an estimated 1,500-2,500 litres of water, that too, every second without ever overflowing

Published on 18th February 2022
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Why autism occurs much more frequently in boys than in girls? Researchers look for clues

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that can interfere with the ability to interact, communicate, and learn. Rates have been steadily climbing

Published on 17th April 2021
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WhatsApp may not be as bad as you think, say researchers

It seems that using WhatsApp to connect with our close friends is favourable for aspects of our well-being and that we would be less lonely

Published on 29th June 2019
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What The FAQ: Is Jurassic Park finally happening? Scientists find perfectly preserved dinosaur egg

If this harks memories of the chilling scenes from the 1993 Steven Spielberg-directed blockbuster, you're probably not alone

Published on 23rd December 2021
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What makes shared transport to school attractive for parents in a city like Kolkata? IIT Kharagpur researchers explore 

Findings justify shift from the current fare-centric approach to an improvement of the overall service with adequate emphasis on relevant qualitative and quantitative attributes, shared the professor

Published on 14th May 2022
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What do this AUD researcher, storyteller and ghatam player have in common? Stories about pots and potters  

Sangeeta Jawla has been researching pottery since 2017. She recently collaborated with storyteller Vikram Sridhar and ghatam player Sumana Chandrashekar to tell the world stories of Indian potters

Published on 27th January 2020
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What do corals and human bones have in common? Read about this US-based researcher's work to find out

Manju Mummadisetti has a thing for studying proteins which has led her down several fascinating corridors of science. Her latest attempt at studying corals has been lauded. We find out more about it

Published on 16th June 2021
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We felt betrayed: JNU researcher recounts how the police assaulted them on ‘Black Friday'

You’ve seen the pictures. You’ve heard the screams. Now, hear a blow-by-blow account of how the Delhi Police dismantled JNU’s March to Parliament

Published on 26th March 2018
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We don't need no unpaid internships: Why these students have started a campaign against 'free' internships

The internship was offered under a research project, that was funded by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) and Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS)

Published on 4th June 2019

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