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Science Reporter Special Issue on 80 of CSIR in the Service of the Nation

The special September issue of Science Reporter was the fifth among the series of special issues brought out to mark the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav programme of the Government of India.

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IIT Madras and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Researchers Study Microbial Interactions taking place in the International Space Station to make Space Travel Safer

The study will help in devising strategies for targeted disinfection of the International Space Station.

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Monster Black Hole Spews Fire at Galaxy

A team of Indian astronomers has found a unique supermassive black hole

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Risk of Passing Multiple Climate Tipping Points Escalates above 1.5°C Global Warming

This new analysis indicates that Earth may have already left a ‘safe’ climate state when temperatures exceeded approximately 1°C warming.

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Dolutegravir-based Antiretroviral Therapies for HIV-1 Effective in Pregnancy

The study showed that pregnant people who took dolutegravir-based regimens had a high probability of being virally suppressed at delivery.

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N RamdasIyerAppointed as Director, National Science Centre

N RamdasIyer, has taken over as the Director of the National Science Centre, Delhi, with charge of all science centres of the National Council of Science Museums in the North of India.

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Announcement of CSIR Logo Designing Competition 2022 Prize Winners

80 Years of CSIR’S contribution to Indian S&T.

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NASA Reveals Webb Telescope’s First Images of Unseen Universe

“We present humanity with a groundbreaking new view of the cosmos from the James Webb Space Telescope – a view the world has never seen before,” said NASA Administrator Bill Nelson

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The Higgs boson, ten years after its discovery

The landmark discovery of the Higgs boson at the Large Hadron Collider exactly ten years ago, and the progress made since then to determine its properties, have allowed physicists to make tremendous steps forward in our understanding of the universe.

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Increasing heat waves affect up to half a billion people in South Asia

Higher temperature will occur more frequently in India and Pakistan in the future. It may have a direct effect on up to half a billion people.

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