Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Tag: विज्ञान और प्रौद्योगिकी विभाग

Government to set up Medical Devices Park in Kerala

The Biomedical park will specialize in high-risk medical device sector involving medical implants and extracorporeal devices; Delhi 22 SEP 2020 Kerala will soon house one of the first medical device parks in the country, focusing on the high-risk medical device sector to provide full range of services for the medical devices industry like R...

INSPIRE faculty fellow developing low-cost biodiesel from microalgae

Delhi, 24 AUG 2020 While fossil fuels deplete, the fuel potential of algae residing in the vast marine environment surrounding India remains unexplored. Low-cost biodiesel from microalgae of marine origin may soon turn a reality, thanks to the efforts of a scientist who is working on biotechnological studies and tools for increasing the lipid accu...

JNCASR signs MoU for scaling up technology for reducing CO2 to methano...

Delhi, 09 JUN 2020 An agreement has been signed between Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR), an autonomous institute of the Department of Science and Technology (DST) and Breathe Applied Sciences, a company incubated at JNCASR for transfer of technology based on lab-scale research on reducing CO2 to methanol and other...

CCMB may soon come up with diagnostic kits for Covid-19

CCMB is also planning to culture the covid-19 virus Delhi, 25 MAR 2020 To combat Covid-19 pandemic, the World Health Organisation (WHO) insists that widescale “testing, testing, and testing” is the key as early diagnosis may help save lives. Aligning with the call of WHO, the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) is working overtime on...

Glaciers in Sikkim are losing mass faster than other parts of the Hima...

Delhi, 25 MAR 2020 Scientists from Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology (WIHG), Dehradun an autonomous research institute for the study of Geology of the Himalaya under the Department of Science and Technology, have found that glaciers in Sikkim are melting at a higher magnitude as compared to other Himalayan regions. The study published in Sci...