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Chemical manufacturers manage 1,500+ compliances for a single unit: Reports Teamlease RegTech

TeamLease Regtech, India’s leading Regulatory Technology (Regtech) solutions company, has released its report titled ‘Simplifying Compliance Management for the Chemical Industry.’ The report provides an overview of the complexity of compliance and the challenges entrepreneurs and employers face in the Chemical Industry. It also delves deep into the present regulatory framework and suggests actionable recommendations for enterprises and policymakers. The …

IIT Mandi Researchers Develop Biodegradable Polymeric Microgels for Sustainable Agriculture

A research team from the Indian Institute of Technology Mandi has achieved a significant breakthrough in sustainable agriculture with the development of natural polymer-based multifunctional smart microgels. These microgels are engineered for the slow release of nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) fertilizers over an extended period, presenting a promising solution to enhance crop nutrition while minimizing environmental impact. As global populations surge …

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 Roorkee unveils Comprehensive Study on Advanced Grid-Scale Energy Storage Technologies with MNRE

In a world where almost, everything is dependent on energy sector, role of energy storage and the way it is impacting ancillary services, imports, tariff structures and indigenous capabilities for an emerging and large economy like India, has been always immense but lacked a comprehensive understanding backed by research.  That gap has been filled up now thanks to a study …

Why all languages have words for ‘this’ and ‘that’?

Languages around the world have words for ‘this’ and ‘that’ according to new research from an international team, led by the University of East Anglia.   Researchers studied more than 1,000 speakers of 29 different languages to see how they use demonstratives – words that show where something is in relation to a person talking such as ‘this cat’ or …

MIT-WPU Researchers discover a new damselfly species in Southwestern Ghats of Kerala

In a remarkable discovery that sheds light on the critical state of our planet’s ecosystems, MIT-WPU researchers have unearthed  a new damselfly species, the ‘Armageddon Reedtail –Protosticta Armageddonia.‘ This new species, with its ominous moniker, serves as a stark reminder of the ecological crisis our world faces due to rampant habitat loss and climate change. Experts are using this discovery …

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