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Mumbai | Jun 20, 2022
A novel bandage for better healing of wounds

Researchers have developed a dermal patch with a blend of natural healing agents and polymers in bilayer structure for improved wound healing.

General, Science, Health, Society, Deep-dive
Mumbai | Jun 15, 2022
Infrared light control at nano scale for quantum computation

Researchers find a new way of building voltage controlled quantum circuits using a combination of graphene and alpha molybdenum trioxide.

General, Science, Technology, Engineering, Deep-dive
Mumbai | Jun 13, 2022
A Portal to Indian Culture

A collaboration between the Ministry of Culture and IIT Bombay, the Indian Culture Portal is a treasure trove of Indian knowledge, art, culture and history, and a digital space like no other.

General, Society, Deep-dive
Mumbai | May 19, 2022
Valleytronics for fast and energy-efficient computing

Researchers propose a quantum materials based valleytronics device structure that can be implemented using existing technology.

General, Science, Technology, Engineering, Deep-dive
Mumbai | May 17, 2022
Digital odour detection and synthesis in the offing

Study reveals the correlation of odour to molecular vibrations.

General, Science, Technology, Deep-dive
Mumbai | May 6, 2022
CAR-T cell therapy for cancer cure

Cancer immunotherapy developed at IIT Bombay promises affordable cancer cure

General, Science, Technology, Health, Deep-dive, News
Mumbai | Apr 28, 2022
India's First Indigenous OTP Memory

IIT Bombay researchers and SCL Chandigarh engineers make India’s first one time programmable memory that can make transactions secure

General, Science, Technology, Engineering
Mumbai | Apr 26, 2022
Gallium Nitride Technology for RF power applications

IIT Bombay’s Center for Excellence in Nanoelectronics makes India self reliant in high frequency, high power RF ICs used for military and civil applications

General, Science, Technology, Engineering
Mumbai | Apr 21, 2022
Money rewards are less likely to improve mood if you are in pain.

University students who experience physical pain perform worse on tasks and have lower moods than those without pain.

General, Science, Health, Society, Deep-dive
Mumbai | Apr 20, 2022
Efficient 3D modelling of large area landforms

A novel machine learning based method to compress and reconstruct 3D spatial data from remote sensing

General, Science, Technology, Deep-dive
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