Unlocking the Secrets of Nature with Physics-Informed Neural Networks

PINNs are designed to bridge the gap between data-driven machine learning and physics-based modelling. They do this by incorporating physics principles directly into the neural network architecture.

Monendra Grover, Dwijesh Mishra & Girish Kumar Jha
Integrated Framework Estimating the Contribution of Climate and Human Interventions

The modelling approach is based on an integrated framework that uses observations, climate projections, and state-of-the-art hydrological model(s) that represent human interventions.

Vimal Mishra
Analysing Square Matrices

In today's world of "big data", matrices are especially useful and relevant to the statistical analysis of data.

Dr Apoorva Khare
Development of novel structural fuses to reduce earthquake disaster risks

The proposed technology is not only effective in the new constructions but also has a great potential for the upgradation and retrofitting of seismically deficient Reinforced Concrete (RC) and steel framed structures.

Dr Dipti Ranjan Sahoo
Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize (SSB) for Science & Technology 2022

The SSB Prize is awarded each year on the basis of conspicuously important and outstanding contributions to human knowledge and progress, made through work done primarily in India during the five years, preceding the year of the prize.

COVID mRNA Vaccine Pioneers Honoured with Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

This is for the second consecutive year the Nobel Prize in Medicine has been conferred upon researchers addressing critical questions surrounding the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Biju Dharmapalan
Unravelling Tuberculosis

A major problem in the management of TB is its cumbersome and prolonged treatment. Unlike other bacterial infections, which could be treated by antibiotics within a week, TB treatment requires multiple antibiotics for at least six months.

Ashwani Kumar
Understanding protein conversations inside human cells

In the lab researchers study how proteins talk to each other, how they transmit signals in cells, and their significance for the overall cellular health.

Maddika Subba Reddy
Science Reporter’s Result of Science Fiction Competition 2023!

Congratulations to all Winners! Winning entries will be published In Science Reporter

Detecting Anyons in Graphene

Anyons are two-dimensional (2D) entities that exhibit movement within a plane and are primarily studied in condensed matter physics.

Anindya Das