S&T News
High Altitude Platform Vehicle Redefines Aerial Surveillance

With the ability to operate for extended durations at high altitudes powered by renewable energy sources, HAPs herald a new era in aerospace advancement, bridging the gap between conventional UAVs and satellites.

SMCC, CSIR-NIScPR
MATH — A centre of excellence dedicated to AI & ML

India's emergence as a global leader in AI innovation and entrepreneurship hinges on its ability to create an enabling ecosystem that fosters creativity, collaboration, and risk-taking among start-ups.

SMCC, CSIR-NIScPR
Samiksha: Cancer analysis goes digital…

This digital tool is actively involved in cancer analysis in India based on data derived from the National Cancer Registry Programme (NCRP).

Science Media Communication Cell (SMCC), CSIR-NIScPR
Study Reveals Disturbing Dietary Trends in North India

Aims to understand the nutritional landscape amidst rising Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs)

Staff
Vigyanika: Science Literature Festival, IISF 2023

The two-day Festival witnessed insightful discussions, workshops, scientific sessions, and student engagement activities, successfully accomplishing its primary objective to facilitate in-depth discussions and dialogues for effective science communication.

SP Lakshmi, Raghul MR, Charu Lata & P Barman
LIVE telecast of Chandrayaan-3 Soft-landing

India's pursuit of space exploration reaches a remarkable milestone with the impending Chandrayaan-3 Mission, poised to achieve a soft landing on the lunar surface.

Press Release
Successful Launch of India’s Moon Mission — Chandrayaan-3

Chandrayaan-3, in its precise orbit, has begun its journey to the Moon.

Press Release
UCI Scientists develop gene silencing DNA enzyme that can target a single molecule

Breakthrough holds promise for disease treatments, precision medicine.

Staff
Computational analysis shows how dengue virus evolved in India

Until 2012, the dominant strains in India were Dengue 1 and 3. But in recent years, Dengue 2 has become more dominant across the country, while Dengue 4 — once considered the least infectious — is now making a niche for itself in South India, the researchers found.

Staff
DG-ICMR Releases Health Special Issues of Vigyan Pragati & Science Reporter

In view of the World Health Day 2023, CSIR-National Institute of Science Communication and Policy Research (CSIR-NIScPR), New Delhi, brought out health-focused special issues of its two monthly popular science magazines — VigyanPragati in Hindi and Science Reporter in English.

Staff