India Leads The World In Thorium Research: Is This The Nuclear Fuel Of The Future?

What’s more is that India is the world leader in its research, and if all goes according to plan, it could make it the leading indigenous energy source in the country.

Five interesting facts about the INS Vikramaditya

The Indian Navy’s newest and largest aircraft carrier has quite the history behind it. From long delays in procurement, heavy cost-overruns and even a Cold War style spy-game with NATO aircraft, its safe presence in the hands of the Navy today has many heaving sighs of relief.

NASA’s Dawn Probe Closes In on Ceres

The first images have produced some really puzzling features. These spots were extremely surprising to the team, and they have been puzzling to the team and to everybody who’s seen them.

Jobs That Could Dominate In The Near Future

However, the picture isn’t all that gloomy either. Technological advancements are taking place at a rapid level and sustainability is the core challenge that major economies are dealing with. This will only mean that the kind of jobs available in the market will change from time to time. Here are some futuristic jobs that could rule the roost in the coming decades

Fusing Mythology With Science: 102nd Indian Science Congress.

As a response to Dr. Vardhan’s claims, a professor of Mathematics at Mumbai University spoke to the Times of India, saying “We know Indians have contributed to mathematics to a great extent. However, I was surprised to hear what he said. Maybe the way he thinks about mathematics is different than what we academicians do.” Not only was he “surprised” but an Indian scientist coming from the United States was also pretty confused after attending the session. “Knowledge always grows, its flow never stops. So if all this knowledge was available in the ancient days, I need to know where it stopped. Why did it fail to grow? Why was there no advancement? When did it stop?” he added.

Artificial Intelligence Could Wipe Us Out? Hawking Thinks So

Professor Hawking suffers from a motor neuron disease called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and relies on an artificial intelligence system developed by Intel to help communicate. He has now unveiled his communication system which assists him in speaking twice as quickly through a system that predicts his words. The advanced system can be a brightening and bring significant change in the lives of people affected with the same neuron disorder.

Clothes Maketh A Man: Dr. Matt Taylor’s Controversial Shirt.

In a parallel universe Dr. Matt Taylor is in a white laboratory coat, being applauded for his connection with the successful landing of the first ever spacecraft on a comet. With a snap of fingers he comes back to reality, finding himself enveloped in diatribes of misogyny and sexism. A British astrophysicist, member of the European Space Agency, Dr. Matt Taylor is the project manager of the Rosetta mission. Working on a spacecraft for ten long years, this scientist has been playing a major role in the mission’s Philae Lander which, finally, touched down on Comet Churyumov- Gerasimenko simply known as Comet 67P.

The Indian Pharmaceuticals

The Indian Pharmaceutical Industry today is in the front rank of India’s science-based industries. It has wide ranging capabilities in the complex field of drug manufacture and technology. It is directly related with health of people and therefore it has inherent value being an important and a highly organized sector. The Indian Pharmacy Industry is estimated to be worth $4.57 billion, growing at about 8.5 to 9 percent annually. It ranks very high in the third world, in terms of technology, quality and range of medicines manufactured. From simple headache pills to sophisticated antibiotics and complex cardiac compounds, almost every type of medicine is now made indigenously. This significant achievement as the quality of these medicines is quite compatible to the international market.

Why Ancient India Could Not Have Had Genetic, Cosmetic Science

In our current context, while some mythologies are given to us, some others are created anew or the old ones are, so-to-say, modified to fit our current context. But we will restrict ourselves to the pre-existing myths and the problem of attaching modern concepts to them. Any idea, concept or event is necessarily rooted in its cultural, geographical and historical specificity. For example, if we take medicinal study in pre-modern times in India, of course there must have been some form of science prevailing but it must have been very much different from contemporary medical science based on pharmaceutical manufacturing. In fact even today if we consider Ayurveda as an indigenous form of treatment, the source of knowledge is different from that of allopathic treatment. Of course, both of them qualify as medical study or research, but to reduce all differences to object and aim of study is for our purposes irrelevant as it does not help us much beyond stating a generality or perhaps something as obvious as- all living human beings breathe.

Grocer’s Son At Harvard Seeks to Provide Early AIDS Diagnosis

Sultan Khetani could not even afford to pay his school fees. Today, he is part of a Harvard team which has developed a technology to detect the HIV virus at early stage. A grocer’s son, Khetani believes in taking chances and following his passion. Read his journey from Ameli to Harvard and how the revolutionary technology works.

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