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Team from Bannari Amman Institute of Technology wins GITAM’s BioMed Bhārat Hackathon

Team Starks from Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam, Erode, Tamil Nadu, recently were announced as the winners of the BioMed Bhārat Hackathon by GITAM (Deemed to be University). The winners showcasing their ingenuity in developing a non-invasive monitoring device for neonates born to diabetic mothers, were awarded a cash prize of INR 1,00,000. GITAM School of Technology (GST), GITAM …

Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India launches Sustainability Garage

Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India (MBRDI) on Feb 21 launched the ‘Sustainability Garage’ – a Mercedes-Benz initiative, for promoting innovation in sustainable mobility.  In association with Prayoga Institute of Education Research, the Sustainability Garage, equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, will serve as a hub for multidisciplinary research, focusing on developing eco-friendly materials with diverse applications to benefit society. Underscoring its commitment …

IIT Jodhpur researchers develop the first “Make in India” Sensor for Alcohol Detection through Breath Monitoring

Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur researchers have developed the first “Make in India” human breath sensor based on metal oxides and nano silicon operating at room temperature. The device’s primary function is to measure alcohol content in the breath in drunk and driving cases. However, with some changes in sensing layers and the use of an array of sensors (for Electronic …

IIT Kanpur’s 2 in 1 water purifier-cum-cooler ‘Shuddham’ launched

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur has announced the successful development of an upgraded version of Shuddham, a water purifier-cum-cooler designed to provide affordable and innovative solutions to rural households and urban middle-class society. The product has been developed by the Imagineering Laboratory, IIT Kanpur. Shuddham is user-friendly, easy to maintain, and economical, and would cost around INR 4000, …

Two Indian students among the 2022 Call for Code Global Challenge winner team from Augustana University

Four students of Augustana University, South Dakota, US, out of which two are Indians, were named grand winners of the fifth annual ‘Call for Code Global Challenge’.  The student team members are: Abemelech Mesfin Belachew of Ethiopia, Deepak Krishnaa Govindarajan ‘25 and Prana Mohanty ‘25, of India, and Manusmriti Budhathoki ‘24, of Nepal. The winners were announced, recently, by Call …

IIT Kanpur and BIT Mesra jointly develop a novel drug delivery system for CQ phyto-bioactives useful for bone treatment

Cissusquadrangularis (CQ), commonly known as Veld grape is known for its benefits for joint and bone health and practiced in traditional medicine. Bone injuries occur due to trauma or different disease conditions. Its phyto-bioactives or plant extracts are natural and non-toxic therapeutic alternatives in treating bone injuries safely and without any side effects even in higher doses. They are widely …

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