Researchers at IIT Bombay discover the role of environmental resources, genes and mating in species in the development of new species in the same area, challenging the traditional view that new species can develop only in distinct geographies.

glucose

Bengaluru
30 Nov 2018

In a recent study, researchers from Christ (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru, have developed a technique to make fluorescent carbon nanoparticles using lignite, a type of coal that is available ubiquitously. These nanoparticles have the potential to be developed as glucose sensors to detect hypoglycemia or decreased glucose levels.The results of the study have been published in the journal Scientific Reports.

Indore
27 Apr 2018

Researchers from Indian Institute of Technology Indore have demonstrated a new, ultrasensitive glucose sensor, made of nanopetals of Nickel Oxide (NiO). The new device has shown robustness and very high sensitivity, while utilizing very little power.

26 Sep 2017

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India as a nation is no stranger to the epidemic of diabetes. Most of us would know of someone in our extended group of family and friends, who is suffering from this ‘silent killer’ disease.