Many of us are lucky enough to see fantastic dreams. Yet when we are dreaming, it seems completely real. We never question the nature of the scenes we see.
A look at some of the major S&T highlights from around the world.
With the nearly half a billion internet users in India, a host of indigenous digital services, platforms, applications, content, and solutions are expected to transform India's digital ecosystem.
A global race to launch an air taxi that flies on batteries is on. As fiction morphs into fact, multiple initiatives make India a serious contender.
A decentralized blockchain-based Web is a vision of the near-future. Metaverse may transform it into a network of 3-D virtual worlds – and Indian innovation is already evident in this new arena.
A look at the history of the origin of the IITs, their evolution and growth and the role the IITs have played in higher engineering and scientific education in India.
Atmospheric modelling is a complex affair involving an intricate synchronisation of Physics, Chemistry & Computers to forecast weather, climate & air pollution.
Findings of a study on latent cultural and social determinants of undernutritionand malnutrition in the Purulia District of West Bengal.
The next frontier for Internet is Space – and India is poised to be the world’s first big testing ground as five global players queue up to offer Satellite Internet services, even as government clears BharatNet to provide broadband in villages across 16 states via satellite.
Yearly S&T breakthroughs, Science Reporter brings out the major scientific happenings worldwide to its readers.
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