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The majority of teachers and educators do not believe science education is fit for the future: OUP Global Survey

The Evolution of Science Education survey report released on July 13  includes insights from 398 teachers in *22 countries and regions—with most respondents from the United Kingdom (44%) and India (19%). While there are local nuances, there are also notable consistencies in key areas such as the science curriculum’s relevance in the future and how well it prepares pupils to navigate and …

IIT Roorkee Joint Admission test for Masters (JAM) 2022 announced, on Feb 13, 2022

Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee  has announced JAM 2022 examination and will be conducted on Sunday, February 13, 2022. The JAM application portal will be open to aspiring candidates from 30th August, 2021 to 11th October, 2021. JAM score will also be used by other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions such as NITs, IIEST Shibpur, SLIET Punjab, and IISERs for admission to their …

Tata Steel MaterialNEXT programme winners announced, awarded

Team Titans from Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), Vellore, which created an innovative solution and prototype of Ti6AL4V implant for the reconstruction of bone defects, won the second edition of ‘Tata Steel MaterialNEXT’ programme. The grand finale was held as an online event on July 9, 2021. Team Titans, comprising Pearlin Hameed, Ansheed A Raheem, Jishita R, and Ashwin G, …

Geography determines survival for babies born with birth defects across the world – study

Gastroschisis, a birth defect where the baby is born with their intestines protruding through a hole by the umbilicus has the greatest difference in mortality with 90% of babies dying in low-income countries compared with 1% in high-income countries. In high-income countries, most of these babies will be able to live a full life without disability. This is based on …

University of Essex launches 6-wk university preparation programmes

Students getting ready for university around the world, including India, can now access the six-week Essex Preparation Programme especially designed to get them ready for their university studies.  The course is open to anyone applying for undergraduate study at the University of Essex, and if they complete the course and register to study at Essex for the 2021-22 academic year-they will qualify for …

Computational model blight detection in potato crops using photographs developed by IIT Mandi

Potatoes, in the history of the world, have been the cause of the world’s great famine of the mid-nineteenth century that killed over a million people in Ireland and rang the death knell for the Irish language. The reason? Potato Blight. Now there is cheering news. Scientists from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mandi, have developed a computational model …

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