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Mumbai | Dec 5, 2022
A clean solution to Indian women’s anaemia problem

Study finds that decreasing air pollution can help reduce anaemia in women of reproductive age

General, Science, Health, Society, Deep-dive
Bengaluru | Nov 17, 2022
Infosys Prize 2022

Laureates include Vidita Vaidya, Nissim Kanekar, Suman Chakraborty, Sudhir Krishnaswamy, Mahesh Kakde and Rohini Pande

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Bengaluru | Nov 8, 2022
A novel biomarker for early recognition of response to TB treatment

An RNA sequence based method to predict the effectiveness of treatment in a TB patient

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Mumbai | Oct 4, 2022
The Lipid Travel Diary

New research identifies specific molecules that mediate transport of lipids inside a cell and to the bloodstream 

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Mumbai | Oct 3, 2022
IIT Bombay team wins Algorand grant for blockchain research

IIT Bombay is a part of a multi-institute endeavour MEGA-ACE which has received Algorand grant for strengthening research in blockchain technology

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Bengaluru | Sep 8, 2022

In an exclusive interaction with Research Matters, leading scientists, including three Infosys Prize winners and a jury member, highlighted that a greater thrust on science was the need of the hour. They were sharing their impressions on the sidelines of the inauguration of the new office of the Infosys Science Foundation (ISF) that was inaugurated recently. 

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Aug 10, 2022

Photo by Greg Hume

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Mumbai | Aug 8, 2022
Plastic-lined farm ponds exacerbate water scarcity in semi-arid regions

Study of plastic-lined farm ponds in orchard farming and its impact on society

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Mumbai | Aug 5, 2022
Advanced drug delivery by wearbles and implants: our saviours

A comprehensive survey of the advanced drug delivery solutions

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Mumbai | Aug 4, 2022
Microwave radiation to detect tiny plastic pollutants

Researchers at IIT Bombay devise a new technique to identify the presence of tiny invisible plastic pollutants using microwave radiation.

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