The 2022 Nobel Prize for Physics goes to Alain Aspect of the University of Paris, John Clauser of Caltech and Anton Zeilinger of the University of Vienna who have demystified the weird properties of particles that are in entangled states.
In India, 5G services were formally launched on 1 October 2022. The 5th generation of wireless cellular networks may be its biggest incremental jump. What does that mean for the way we live, work and play?
Karl Barry Sharpless has been jointly honoured with the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, with Morten P. Meldal of the University of Copenhagen, Denmark and Carolyn R. Bertozzi of Stanford University, CA, USA.
Effective life-cycle management of machine dishwashers, with contributions from both the upstream producers and the downstream users – is a sine qua non in a world which strives to reach as many of the sustainable development goals as possible by 2030.
Sofia Kovalevsky was the first major Russian woman mathematician best known for her work in partial differential equations in which she extended some earlier results of the great French mathematician Baron Augustin Louis Cauchy (1789-1857).