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Mumbai | Aug 3, 2020

In a recent study, a team of international researchers have analysed how defects in hexagonal boron nitride can help in boosting the performance of electronic devices.

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Bengaluru | Jul 28, 2020
Azure lockdown skies resulted in higher solar power generation, study shows

In a recent study, researchers show how cleaner air during the lockdown in Delhi, one of the most polluted cities in the world, has led to a hike in solar power generation.

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Mumbai | Jul 23, 2020
Observations of the Sun’s surface defy present understanding of its interiors

In a recent study, researchers have assessed how successful computer simulations are in matching with solar surface observations.

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Kolkata | Jul 22, 2020
New fabrication techniques for diagnostic devices of the future

Researchers use new self-assembly techniques to create microstructures that can be used in early detection of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Bengaluru | Jul 21, 2020
Unfolding mechanical properties of new materials through origami

Photo by Faris Mohammed on Unsplash

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Mumbai | Jun 25, 2020
What influences coronaviruses’ survival on different surfaces?

Researchers from IIT Bombay find how temperature, humidity and properties of different surfaces influence the evaporation rates of respiratory droplets infected with COVID-19.

 

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Pune | Jun 22, 2020
Radio-images of the Sun explains the anomaly in its atmospheric temperature

A recent study by researchers at National Centre for Radio Astrophysics (NCRA) in Pune, India, explains the anomaly in the sun's atmospheric temperature. 

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Mumbai | Jun 19, 2020
A hardware neuron to help ‘brain-like’ computers solve difficult problems

Researchers develop a powerful stochastic neuron, like those in our brain, using random access memory to aid breakthroughs in artificial intelligence

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Kanpur | Jun 17, 2020
A Novel Approach to Tracking Cellular Ancestry, Computationally

In a recent study published in Nature Communications, researchers have described a new statistical method, ‘LinTIMaT’, for reconstructing cellular lineages, giving scientists the ability to deduce the evolution of cells in a biologically growing system.

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Bengaluru | May 1, 2020
Fundamental and Derived Laws in Multiscale Systems

This article is a tribute to Phillip Anderson, who passed away on March 29, 2020.  Besides his pioneering works in condensed-matter physics, he also wrote extensively on the theme of reductionism and multiscale physics.

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