A set of proteins have been identified from tumour and blood samples for the diagnosis and prognosis of meningiomas that could predict meningioma severity.

Science

Bengaluru
19 Nov 2023

On 18 November 2023, the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) along with the Office of the Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India, in Bengaluru organised the, “Dialogue 2023: Expanding Science and Technology Horizons”.

Bengaluru
16 Nov 2023

The NASA-ISRO Satellite Aperture RADAR (NISAR) mission is an Earth observation satellite jointly built by the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) at NASA and ISRO, India. The mission would enable detailed observation of earth’s land and ice mass at an unprecedented scale and precision.

The satellite, set to launch in early 2024, is at ISRO’s Satellite Integration and Test Establishment at Bengaluru, where it just passed a key test.

Mumbai
8 Nov 2023

A new portable DNA sensor to detect viral and bacterial pathogens in sewers and water bodies

Mumbai
6 Nov 2023

The material converts over 87% of light falling on it into usable heat energy.

Mumbai
4 Nov 2023

A new algorithm removes effects of unintended motion from videos shot with small robots or drones

Bengaluru
3 Nov 2023

Indian Institute of Science (IISc) announced the establishment of the Param Hansa Centre for Computational Oncology (PHCCO) on 3rd November 2023. Funded by Param Hansa Philanthropies (PHP), a charitable organization with a commitment to scientific research, the Centre was officially inaugurated on 2nd November 2023, marking a significant step towards the integration of cutting-edge computational methodologies with groundbreaking cancer research in India.

Mumbai
3 Nov 2023

The new study suggests that a paradigm shift towards scaled decentralised systems is necessary to achieve sustainability and resilience in urban water infrastructure.

Mumbai
1 Nov 2023

The SSB Prize 2022 to Prof. Debabrata Maiti of IIT Bombay is in recognition of his work on valorisation.

Mumbai
7 Sep 2023

The reaction simplifies the production of pharmaceutically important molecules called lactones and other complex compounds.

Bengaluru
17 Aug 2023

A consortium of astronomers from across the world, including from India, have detected the signature for the background hum of the universe. Called the gravitational wave background (GWB), these are ripples in the fabric of spacetime pervading all of the space around us. The Global collaboration of radio astronomers called the International Pulsar Timing Array (IPTA) made the announcement of the detection on June 29, 2023.