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Obama Praises Indian American Student for Science Project - Indiawest.com - India West

Obama Praises Indian American Student for Science Project - Indiawest.com - India West | Science News from India | Scoop.it
Boston Globe Obama Praises Indian American Student for Science Project - Indiawest.com India West Keep up the good work," Obama told 17-year-old Meghana Rao from Portland, Oregon, after she explained her project based on 'bio-char' (a kind of...
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​Gujarat scientists set to decode Indian genes - TOI Mobile | The Times of India Mobile Site

​Gujarat scientists set to decode Indian genes - TOI Mobile | The Times of India Mobile Site | Science News from India | Scoop.it
Ten years ago, the prestigious Human Genome Project (HGP) was completed giving scientists a first glimpse of the massive instruction book that orchestrates all the complexities of human biology.
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Ananda Hota, Indian scientist and co-discoverer of Blue supergiant star shares ... - Daily News & Analysis

Ananda Hota, Indian scientist and co-discoverer of Blue supergiant star shares ... - Daily News & Analysis | Science News from India | Scoop.it
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India plays key role in building super machine that will offer unlimited energy - The Times of India

India plays key role in building super machine that will offer unlimited energy - The Times of India | Science News from India | Scoop.it
India is developing the machine behind the biggest scientific collaboration on the planet
to produce unlimited supplies of cheap, safe and commercial
energy from atomic fusion.
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European companies flirt with outsourcing, setting up R&D centres in India - Economic Times

European companies flirt with outsourcing, setting up R&D centres in India - Economic Times | Science News from India | Scoop.it
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The increased interest in India as a destination for captives is happening alongside a rising Indian technology presence in Europe.
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Scientists Clash Swords Over Future of GM Food Crops in India - Science - Science Now

Scientists Clash Swords Over Future of GM Food Crops in India - Science
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Science sought to shed light on the issues and future of GM food crops in India by bringing together two prominent voices in the scientific community in a debate.
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India's app developers start young

India's app developers start young | Science News from India | Scoop.it
They're developing gaming, entertainment and utilities apps and setting up companies, and some are just 11.
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artruby: Indian scientist Mohamed Babu from... | Science News from India | Scoop.it
artruby: “Indian scientist Mohamed Babu from Mysore captures ants eating colored liquid with translucent stomachs. ” Cool (Photoset: artruby: Indian scientist Mohamed Babu from Mysore captures ants eating colored liquid...
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Initiative to Attract Best Talent in Science - Invest in India

Initiative to Attract Best Talent in Science Invest in India Apart from this, the 'Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana' (KVPY) scheme, of the Department of Science and Technology, being implemented by Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore also aims...
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Scientists discover chemical that triggers aging - The Times of India

Scientists discover chemical that triggers aging - The Times of India | Science News from India | Scoop.it
A team of scientists including one Indian may have cracked the mystery
of aging, according to a study published in the scientific journal
'Nature' on Wednesday.
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IIT-Delhi develops fabric to ease smelly sweat discomforts - Fibre2fashion.com

IIT-Delhi develops fabric to ease smelly sweat discomforts Fibre2fashion.com The innovative fabric has been developed with financial assistance from the Indian Government, Bangalore-based textile chemical firm RESIL Chemicals, Department of Science...
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A Hidden Victim of Somali Pirates: Science

A Hidden Victim of Somali Pirates: Science | Science News from India | Scoop.it
Somali pirates have shut down crucial scientific research in the Indian Ocean off the Horn of Africa.
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Cheaper way to detect ammonia

Cheaper way to detect ammonia | Science News from India | Scoop.it
A simpler, more portable method to detect ammonia continuously has now been developed
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EU grants help Indian researchers pursue 'blue sky' research - Hindustan Times

EU grants help Indian researchers pursue 'blue sky' research - Hindustan Times | Science News from India | Scoop.it
EU grants help Indian researchers pursue 'blue sky' research Hindustan Times An over 2.2-million-euros grant to research the mysteries of the human DNA in a lab in France - that's the handsome sum Indian researcher Ramesh Pillai has got from the...
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Wipro invests $30 million in US-based data science firm : India, News - India Today

Wipro invests $30 million in US-based data science firm : India, News - India Today | Science News from India | Scoop.it
IT bellwether Wipro Tuesday invested $30 million for a strategic equity stake in Opera Solutions LLC, a leading privately held US-based big data science firm.
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Could India's polio eradication success story be a model for its other health ... - Christian Science Monitor

Could India's polio eradication success story be a model for its other health ... - Christian Science Monitor | Science News from India | Scoop.it
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About 42% faculty positions in IITs vacant: Shashi Tharoor - Business Standard

About 42% faculty positions in IITs vacant: Shashi Tharoor - Business Standard | Science News from India | Scoop.it
Business Standard About 42% faculty positions in IITs vacant: Shashi Tharoor Business Standard In the 16 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), approximately 42% faculty positions in the IITs are vacant, said Shashi Tharoor, Minister of State for...
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American cows have Indian origins, scientists find - The Times of India

American cows have Indian origins, scientists find - The Times of India | Science News from India | Scoop.it
Some famous cow breeds of the Americas, including the iconic Texas Longhorn, have descended from Indian ancestors, a new genetic study reveals.
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Students judge professors on what they post on Facebook - The Times of India

Students judge professors on what they post on Facebook - The Times of India | Science News from India | Scoop.it
Professors, please note! While your Facebook profile may help you
connect with students, you may have to be careful about what you post on
the site!
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India to have five rocket launches, including Mars mission, in 2013 - The Times of India

India to have five rocket launches, including Mars mission, in 2013 - The Times of India | Science News from India | Scoop.it
India's space agency is planning to have a total of five rocket launches in 2013 from its rocket launch pad at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, around 80 km from here. This will include a mission to Mars later this year.
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'Scientists downplay earthquake risks' - The Hindu

'Scientists downplay earthquake risks' - The Hindu | Science News from India | Scoop.it
The Hindu 'Scientists downplay earthquake risks' The Hindu The “collision zone” along the Himalayan arc, where the Indian plate crushes continuously into the belly of the Tibetan plate at 20 mm a year, has long been the subject of scientific...
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Dengue mosquitoes now immune to repellants - The Times of India

Dengue mosquitoes now immune to repellants - The Times of India | Science News from India | Scoop.it
Dengue-transmitting mosquitoes have become immune to the world's most commonly used insect repellent.
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Hay-granary technology still popular in Krishna

Hay-granary technology still popular in Krishna | Science News from India | Scoop.it
Hay-granary technology still popular in Krishna http://t.co/FWPMCfOzaF #News #India
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Indian researchers get generous fillip from EU

An over 2.2-million-euros grant to research the mysteries of the human DNA in a lab in France - that's the handsome sum Indian researcher Ramesh Pillai has got from the European Research Council (ERC).
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India-related research receives initiative funding - The Brown Daily Herald

India-related research receives initiative funding - The Brown Daily Herald | Science News from India | Scoop.it
India-related research receives initiative funding The Brown Daily Herald Daniel Kushner GS, a PhD candidate studying political science, wrote in an email to The Herald that “the program is remarkably valuable and helpful in promoting a wide range...
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