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12th grade student innovates E-rickshaw into garbage collection vehicle

Seventeen-year old, Trishla Gupta, a resident of Delhi and a Grade 12 IB student of  the The Shri Ram School, Moulsari, Gurgram, has converted an E-rickshaw into a garbage collection cum transportation vehicle in her colony and has also applied for a patent for mechanical compression innovation for an Electric Rikshaw. Her school has conferred upon her the Innovator Award of …

IIM Kozhikode incubatee startup develops swab sample collection robot for safe and speedy testing

Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIMK) based incubatee start-up, ispAgro, has developed a functional prototype of a robotic swab sample collection arm which can be remotely controlled for safe and speedy swab sample collection process. The specializes in drone and robotics technology and is one of the many start-ups mentored by IIMK’s business incubator and entrepreneurship development center, LIVE.  The …

NIF’s Challenge COVID-19 Competition (C3) winning models ready to make a difference

The National Innovation Foundation – India (NIF), an autonomous body of the Department of Science and Technology (DST) has identified several S&T based innovative solutions through the Challenge COVID-19 Competition (C3), a campaign which was running from 31st March to 10th May 2020 for engaging innovative citizens to come up with ideas and innovations to tackle the pandemic. A foot-operated device for …

Desi PPE Kit prototypes ready, undergoing a second round of testing in Chennai

WUD, IIT-D, AIIMS, New Delhi, and Loyal Textile Mills (Chennai) collaborate, prototypes undergoing trial, will become open source for all manufacturers   A dedicated team of professors and researchers from India’s top Design & Technology Institutes – The World University of Design, IIT Delhi and AIIMS have designed and developed prototype of an indigenous and economical PPE Kits for Healthcare …

IIT Bombay scientists working on a gel for nasal passage as prevention for COVID 19

Funded by DST, the gel is expected to be ready in nine months Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering (DBB), IIT Bombay is working on project for capturing and inactivation of novel corona virus, the causative agent of COVID-19 through a nasal gel. Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), a statutory body of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), is …

LPU Students develop Smart Dustbin ‘Ally’ for contactless waste collection and disposal at Hospitals

In the wake of Covid-19, a research team comprising of students and professors at Lovely Professional University have developed an interactive smart dustbin called ‘Ally’, which can be used at hospitals and medical centers for contactless waste collection and disposal, leading to a safer work environment for the front-line workers. Ally follows voice commands and moves on the predefined paths autonomously …

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