Category Archives: Science & technology

Coriolis Effect: An Overview

  The Coriolis effect (also called the Coriolis force) is defined as the apparent deflection of objects (such as airplanes, wind, missiles, and ocean currents) moving in a straight path…

First Indigenous Rotavirus Vaccine

  Indian Scientists has unveiled the first completely indigenous and affordable vaccine to prevent severe rotavirus diarrhoea, which kills children under the age of five in India every year. A two…

IISc developed needle-less device for vaccination

  By: Parveen Kaswan   One more achievement by Indian Institute of Science,  Bangalore . The scientists at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru has developed world’s first painless, needle-less vaccine…

DNA for Digital Storage: Decoded

  By: Shankar Dev   A data storage device is a device for recording (storing) information (data).Now we use variety of such devices like flash drives, SDcards, optical disks etc,…

New Treaty from ITU Conference

  Author: Parveen Kaswan (Follow)   From last many days even general public in India is very concerned about the Information Technology acts, safe use of internet, information flow and related issues. From December…

From Indian Biodiversity Congress

  Author: Parveen Kaswan (Follow)   The Second Indian Biodiversity Congress (IBC 2012) is being organised at Bangalore, with the focal theme “Biodiversity of the Western Ghats- Challenges and Strategies…

Geothermal Energy and its Implications in India

  Author: Parveen Kaswan (Follow)   As part of promoting non-conventional energy, the government is setting up its first geothermal power project in Ladakh, according to the Authotrities. Among the…

What are Space Debris and how there Paths are Detected

  Author: Parveen Bhardwaj (Author is an Aerospace Engineer and currently working with Institute of Defense Studies and Analyses.)   Author’s Profile There are approximately 6% are operational spacecraft, 21%…

World Energy Outlook Report 2012 and India

  In The 2012 edition of the World Energy Outlook(by The International Energy Agency) was released on 12 November 2012 and there were a lot of lessons for India in…

The Man Who Knew Infinity : S. Ramanujam

As an Indian it feels great to know that to mark Srinivasa Ramanujan, Indian mathematician’s 125th birth anniversary celebration, a three-day international conference, ‘Ramanujan 125,’ began at University of Florida…