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Mumbai | Sep 20

Researchers from IIT Bombay build low cost, easy to maintain arsenic filters for rural communities.

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Bengaluru | Sep 20
Photo by: Annie Santamaria, Gubbi Labs

Researchers from RRI, Bengaluru, used an electric field to turn laponite nanoclay suspensions into a gel-like solid to study of the deformation and flow of matter.

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Mumbai | Sep 19
Photo by: Purabi Deshpande, Gubbi Labs

Researchers from IIT Bombay develop a system for fast and accurate detection of molecules.

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Mumbai | Sep 17
Photo : Blue Green Algae by CSIRO

Scientists from IIT Bombay assess the impact of market demand for coproducts and carbon capture on the profitability of microalgae biorefineries 

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Mumbai | Sep 4
Photo : Siddharth Kankaria

Data obtained from passengers in public transport vehicles helps improve the accuracy of measuring geolocation. 

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Mumbai | Aug 28

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay), the Tata Memorial Centre and the Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer, Navi Mumbai, use such metallic implants coated with nanofibres that enhances the formation and growth of new bone tissue on the surface compared to implants without the coating.  

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Mumbai | Aug 23
Photo : Alexandra via pixabay.com

IIT Bombay researchers survey different approaches to automatically detect sarcastic texts using computers. 

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Bengaluru | Aug 2
Photo : IIT Bombay

Researchers propose a system to enable faster search of satellite images to help in rescue operations.

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Mumbai | Jul 25
Photo by Mitchell Ng Liang an on Unsplash

Researchers from IIT Bombay develop a handheld sensor to measure copper concentration in blood and environmental samples.

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Bengaluru | Jul 12
Photo : Vignesh Kamath / Research Matters

When a disaster strikes, every moment that is saved could help save a few precious lives. Now, a recent study by researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur has proposed a mechanism in which faster, cheaper and personalised response could be provided to the victims during disasters with the use of Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs).

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