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Russia

Russia gives alpha emitter for India's 2nd lunar mission

New Delhi, Feb 14 (UNI) Russian state-run Rosatom is supplying pure alpha emitter for India’s second lunar mission Chandrayan-2 to help it analyse the moon’s surface.

Broken

Broken pebbles offer clues to Palaeolithic funeral rituals

New Delhi, Feb 9 (UNI) Humans may have ritualistically "killed" objects to remove their symbolic power, some 5,000 years earlier than previously thought, a new international study of marine pebble tools from an Upper Palaeolithic burial site in Italy suggests.

Broken

Broken pebbles offer clues to Palaeolithic funeral rituals

New Delhi, Feb 9 (UNI) Humans may have ritualistically "killed" objects to remove their symbolic power, some 5,000 years earlier than previously thought, a new international study of marine pebble tools from an Upper Palaeolithic burial site in Italy suggests.

Terahertz

Terahertz chips a new way of seeing through matter

New Delhi, Feb 9 (UNI) Moving from a tabletop setup with lasers and mirrors to a pair of microchips small enough to fit on a fingertip, researchers led by a scientist of Indian origin have drastically shrunk the terahertz wave equipment which may hold the key to advances in medical imaging, communications and drug development Electromagnetic pulses lasting one millionth of a millionth of a second called terahertz waves have long required elaborate and expensive equipment to use and hence was unwieldy.

Terahertz

Terahertz chips a new way of seeing through matter

New Delhi, Feb 9 (UNI) Moving from a tabletop setup with lasers and mirrors to a pair of microchips small enough to fit on a fingertip, researchers led by a scientist of Indian origin have drastically shrunk the terahertz wave equipment which may hold the key to advances in medical imaging, communications and drug development Electromagnetic pulses lasting one millionth of a millionth of a second called terahertz waves have long required elaborate and expensive equipment to use and hence was unwieldy.

Solving

Solving the star-formation puzzle

New Delhi, Feb 8 (UNI) Using measurements taken by radio antennas, a group of astrophysicists from the RIKEN Star and Planet Formation Laboratory has found clues as to how gas from collapsing molecular clouds in star-forming regions of the universe find its way to the surface of the stars that are still at the formative stage.

Solving

Solving the star-formation puzzle

New Delhi, Feb 8 (UNI) Using measurements taken by radio antennas, a group of astrophysicists from the RIKEN Star and Planet Formation Laboratory has found clues as to how gas from collapsing molecular clouds in star-forming regions of the universe find its way to the surface of the stars that are still at the formative stage.

How

How hydras regrow lost body parts?

New Delhi, Feb 8 (UNI) Few animals can match the humble hydra's resilience: These small, tentacled freshwater creatures can regrow into healthy animals after being literally shredded into pieces.

How

How hydras regrow lost body parts?

New Delhi, Feb 8 (UNI) Few animals can match the humble hydra's resilience: These small, tentacled freshwater creatures can regrow into healthy animals after being literally shredded into pieces.

Fiscal

Fiscal incentives may help reduce emissions in developing countries

New Delhi, Feb 7 (UNI) Fiscal policies introduced by the Governments in developing countries can have a significant effect on lowering harmful carbon emissions and help countries with fulfilling their commitments under the UNFCCC Paris Agreement, a study has found.

Terahertz chips a new way of seeing through matter

Terahertz chips a new way of seeing through matter

New Delhi, Feb 9 (UNI) Moving from a tabletop setup with lasers and mirrors to a pair of microchips small enough to fit on a fingertip, researchers led by a scientist of Indian origin have drastically shrunk the terahertz wave equipment which may hold the key to advances in medical imaging, communications and drug development Electromagnetic pulses lasting one millionth of a millionth of a second called terahertz waves have long required elaborate and expensive equipment to use and hence was unwieldy.

Health Ministry launches MR dual vaccination campaign as part of Universal Immunisation Prog

Health Ministry launches MR dual vaccination campaign as part of Universal Immunisation Prog

New Delhi, Feb 5 (UNI) In order to combat Measles and Rubella diseases affecting children till the age group of 15 years, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has launched Measles Rubella (MR) dual vaccination campaign in the country covering nearly 41 crore target children.

Solving the star-formation puzzle

Solving the star-formation puzzle

New Delhi, Feb 8 (UNI) Using measurements taken by radio antennas, a group of astrophysicists from the RIKEN Star and Planet Formation Laboratory has found clues as to how gas from collapsing molecular clouds in star-forming regions of the universe find its way to the surface of the stars that are still at the formative stage.

Nano-particle fertilizer could lead to new 'green revolution'

Nano-particle fertilizer could lead to new 'green revolution'

New Delhi, Jan 26 (UNI) Sri Lankan scientists report having developed a simple way to make a benign, more efficient fertilizer – described as nano-particle fertilizer - that could contribute to a second food revolution across the globe.

Broken pebbles offer clues to Palaeolithic funeral rituals

Broken pebbles offer clues to Palaeolithic funeral rituals

New Delhi, Feb 9 (UNI) Humans may have ritualistically "killed" objects to remove their symbolic power, some 5,000 years earlier than previously thought, a new international study of marine pebble tools from an Upper Palaeolithic burial site in Italy suggests.

Fiscal incentives may help reduce emissions in developing countries

Fiscal incentives may help reduce emissions in developing countries

New Delhi, Feb 7 (UNI) Fiscal policies introduced by the Governments in developing countries can have a significant effect on lowering harmful carbon emissions and help countries with fulfilling their commitments under the UNFCCC Paris Agreement, a study has found.

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