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TDB Foundation Day: Must nurture the startup ecosystem, says Dr Jitendra...

Addressing the 25th Foundation Day of the TDB, Union S&T Minister emphasized that the board must discover and nurture the startup ecosystem for successful product development...........................

Office of PSA issues advisory to stop spread of SARS-CoV-2 virus

The advisory highlights the important role well-ventilated spaces play in diluting the viral load of infected air in poorly ventilated houses, offices etc................

An effort to promote a culture of innovation & entrepreneurship

The Salaam Bombay Foundation has trained students studying in government and government-aided schools who then have developed simple technologies to minimize the risk of transmission of the SARS-CoV2 virus within the school premises.....................

Technology can be an enabler for India to position itself as...

Prof K VijayRaghavan stressed that the COVID-19 pandemic has stimulated extraordinary collaboration between our research laboratories, R&D labs, and industry and between industry and society........................

India to soon have a new policy for Science, Technology &...

The Office of the Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India (Office of PSA) and the Department of Science and Technology (DST) have jointly initiated a decentralized, bottom-up, and inclusive process for the formulation of a new national Science Technology and Innovation Policy (STIP 2020)..................

Mapping potential drugs for COVID-19: Task Force constituted by PSA releases...

The Task Force for Repurposing of Drugs (TFORD) for COVID19, constituted by the Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India Dr K VijayRaghavan, has released its first assessment of several drug candidates and their readiness for use in India.............

A new diagnostic test on cards for prostate cancer

Although further validation needs to be done on larger datasets, scientists believe MIC-1 could be a potential marker that might be routinely used in the laboratory for prostate cancer diagnosis with or without Prostate-Specific Antigen..............