Researchers have developed ceramic based cold plates that could replace copper cold plates used to cool computers and allow smaller and compact packing of circuit boards

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Bengaluru
8 Apr 2022

Complexity theory offers opportunities for understanding these systems holistically

Pune
8 Mar 2022

On Women's Day, Dr Alakananda Batni highlights some of the challenges and way forward for women in science, in India. 

Bengaluru
14 Feb 2022

Time for reform in medical research and publishing? Indian researchers provide shocking analytical insights.

Bengaluru
19 Feb 2021

Languages and scripts play a role in the way science is perceived and percolates through society.

Bengaluru
12 Feb 2021

The science of biodiversity loss may benefit by integrating people's knowledge with lab-based techniques.

Bengaluru
10 Jul 2020

Here are some directions that the school curriculum could take in the coming year

Bengaluru
27 Mar 2020

What is the importance of Social Distancing in these times of global crisis?

Bengaluru
16 Mar 2020

In February, when the news of the first few confirmed cases of coronavirus in India came to light, we as a nation warmed up to the ‘Wuhan virus’, now at our doorstep. The mainstream media rushed to report on emerging new cases and debated if our infrastructure could handle this epidemic. Social media was abuzz with guidelines and ‘pro-tips’ on what and what not to do, nevermind the accuracy.

Bengaluru
13 Nov 2019

From the 5th of November 2019 to the 8th, India saw one of its extravagant science events, the India International Science Festival, organised in Kolkata. The event was organised by the Ministry of Science & Technology and Earth Sciences, Government of India, in association with Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA) and hosted many conferences, conclaves and exhibitions aimed at anyone enthusiastic about science. Although this was the fifth edition of the science festival, it was the first time a dedicated Science and Technology Media Conclave was held as a part of IISF—a move that had many science communicators, writers and journalists enthused. It was spread over two days, the 6th and 7th of November, at the legendary Bose Institute.

Bengaluru
25 Jan 2019

Indian-born Nobel Laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan had once called the Indian Science Congress a “circus”. There aren’t many grounds to dispute the label following the most recent events.