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IIT Delhi Researchers Develop Device to Generate Electricity from Raindrops, Ocean Waves

IIT Delhi researchers have designed and fabricated a device that can generate electricity from water drops, raindrops, water streams, and even from ocean waves using “Triboelectric Effect” and “Electrostatic Induction”. 

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Reducing children’s exposure to malaria in their early years substantially cuts the risk of hospitalization

For the first time in more than two decades, a team from the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme and University of Oxford have quantified the risk of children suffering severe outcomes from malaria.

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Can Graphene Valleytrionics pave the Way to Household Quantum Computers?

Scientists find a way to use pristine graphene to encode and process quantum information, reshape the future of quantum computing.

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IIT Delhi Launches Sci-Tech Spins - A Series of Weekend Seminars & Laboratory Demos for High School Students

Sci-Tech Spin lectures will take students on short, but riveting spins into the fascinating world that surrounds us, and that still holds innumerable mysteries for us to resolve.

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IIT Delhi, RDSO Researchers Develop Easy to Use Train Simulation Software ‘Runtrain#’ to Help in Train Timetabling Methods

Runtrain# was developed to analyze a wide range of Train Running Parameters (TRP) such as running time, fuel consumption, coupler force, and so on.

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IIT Madras Researchers Develop Efficient Technique for the Identification of Pollution Deposit Level in the Power Transmission Network

The technology developed adopting LIBS allows one to identify the composition and severity level of pollution deposit just by shining the laser onto the insulator surface.

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IISc Solutions to Tackle Oxygen Shortage

The oxygen produced fulfils the quality requirements prescribed by Indian Pharmacopeia and can be used in ICUs/CCUs/OTs and other clinical wards.

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Missing piece in solar panel puzzle solved by Loughborough scientists – and it could lead to more efficient technology

A new study shows that if there is enough chlorine in the grain boundaries, a cascade mechanism is triggered that structurally removes the stacking faults.

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IIT Madras Develops India’s First Indigenous Motorized Wheelchair Vehicle

Imports account for 2.5 lakh of the total 3 lakh wheelchairs sold in India annually; Products with comparable features are available only in the global market and are three to five times more expensive

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IIT Madras helps TN Potters Meet Modern Demands such as Microwaveable Cooking Utensils

A Common Facility Centre has been set up to help traditional potters in Perumudivakkam village of Tiruvallur District, make diversified microwaveable clay products, artistic products, cooking utensils & storage containers, which have a higher market value.

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