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Rs.182 Cr. Given For Nitrogen Research In India

South Asian Nitrogen Hub to be led by UK’s Centre for Ecology and Hydrology Nitrogen pollution is an emerging

DOMIS: The Web Based Application

With water increasingly becoming a scarce commodity, farmers and other stakeholders in agricultural sector have been seeking novel ideas

Extreme Rainfall Events Do Not Necessarily Lead To Increased Floods

It has been reported that extreme rainfall events are increasing over India and widespread floods have increased threefold over

Microbial Metabolite From Berries May Help Address Bowel Disease

A group of Indian researchers has found that a substance formed during the process of metabolism of berries and

A Paper Sensor That Can Detect Freshness Of Milk

Scientists at Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, have developed a simple paper kit that can test freshness of milk

A Biosensor On Your Phone That Can Sniff Bacteria

Smartphones are increasingly finding their way into the health sector. Researchers at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi have developed

Fungi That Can Boost Plant Growth Even In Low Water Conditions

Numerous types of soil microbes colonize plant roots. Among them, Arbuscular Mycorrhiza (AM) are predominant and they are well-known

88% Graphene Yield From Discarded Dry Cell Batteries

Graphene, a form of carbon, is transparent and flexible conductor with a range of applications including in making solar

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