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After class Aftermath: Meet the Centurion University professor who  proposed techniques to form a new class of uniquely decodable signature matrices

Amiya Singh, a professor at Centurion University, talks about his vision to leverage skill-based labs to expose students to industrial skill sets, even if it’s after hours

Published on 1st June 2017
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Meet lecturer cum researcher Jagadish Thaker who was a part of the first sample survey of India's climate change

Appreciation from teachers goes a long way and a living example of this is J Jagadish Thaker, who has presented papers across the world. Read more to find out how encouragement made him tick

Published on 1st June 2017
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Researchers at PES University say the cost of dialysis could come down by at least 40 percent with this new device

The University claims this would be of particular help for those in rural areas where there are frequent power cuts and the shortage of water

Published on 11th June 2017
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India marches for science: Students, researchers and scientists to rally in support of science

The rally is being organised to put a stop to the propagation of unscientific ideas and increase the funding for science and promote scientific research

Published on 8th August 2017
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Bullying, a menace to education system: High time we understand this, say international researchers

The study found that transgender and female students are more at risk of polyvictimisation- multiple forms of victimisation

Published on 12th October 2017
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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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IIT Madras researchers develop dressing material to treat wounds caused by Diabetes 

This low cost material battles the challenge of chronic non-healing wounds and helps avoid complications

Published on 7th May 2018
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This IIT Delhi researcher just created a phone-based device that can help blind kids 'feel' maps and pictures

It assists the visually impaired in cognition development by sensitizing them about things in their environment so that their inclusion in the education and employment ecosystem is sped up

Published on 23rd July 2018
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This ex-DRDO researcher came back home to cure India's health problems through its roots

Do you prefer natural remedies over allopathic drugs? Dr Harinath does too and he hopes to solve health-related problems naturally

Published on 2nd October 2018
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IIIT-H researcher develops largest computational version of Telugu dictionary

Sreekavitha, currently working as a product engineer in Gurugram, said more work needs to be done on the Ontology proposed for adjectives and adverbs

Published on 2nd November 2018
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IIT Roorkee researchers develop carbon nanodots from rose leaves that can diagnose and destroy cancer cells

Dr Gopinath’s team has synthesised carbon nanodots by heating the leaves of Catharanthus roseus, commonly called rosy periwinkle and Vinca rosea

Published on 8th November 2018
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Stanford researchers train AI to draw artistic caricatures

Called "CariGANs", the computational framework precisely models geometric exaggeration in photos via two algorithms the researchers have labelled, CariGeoGAN and CariStyGAN

Published on 20th November 2018
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Designed by Delhi researchers, this air filter can sit atop any vehicle and clean up Delhi's polluted air

Pariyayantra is an ‘Air Pollution Mitigation’ product that cleans atmospheric air through filters fitted on vehicles. It does not require any power to operate

Published on 2nd November 2018
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Six researchers awarded USD 100,000 as the Infosys Science Foundation announced winners of the 10th Infosys prize

Infosys Prize laureates have achieved prestigious milestones in their domains, and the ISF believes that this year’s winners will continue to raise the bar for science and research

Published on 13th November 2018
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A user will need Rs 70,000 on average to quit Facebook, say researchers

The results were derived using a series of auctions, in which people were actually paid to close their accounts for as little as one day or as long as one year

Published on 20th December 2018

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