Delays in Patent Processing Penalizes Innovation in India, Says Report
Almost 2 lakh patents are pending examination in India, according to the economic survey report.
Two Indian-Origin Inventors Inducted into U.S. Hall of Fame
Arogyaswami Paulraj has been inducted for his work in wireless technology while Sumita Mitra has won recognition for her innovations in the field of dental treatment.
Amateur Weathermen are Tackling Climate Change in India
"People want to know when to schedule marriages or office parties, whether to delay cricket matches, whether to travel on certain dates."
No. of Scientists Returning to India Has Risen: Govt
The number of Indian scientists returning to the country to pursue research and work opportunities has increased in the last five years, says the government.
Air Purifier Created by Indian American Listed in Top 25 Inventions of 2017
Yogi Goswami's air purifier, called Molekule, has been featured in Time magazine's list of top 25 inventions of 2017.
Illuminating the Story of Indian Science
The '5000 Years of Indian Innovation' exhibition at London's Science Museum uses artifacts to tell the stories of the science of the subcontinent, from the ancient cities of the Indus Valley civilization through to the achievements of today’s India
Shipwreck Yields Earliest Navigational Tool from Vasco da Gama’s Voyage
The astrolabe features a Portuguese royal coat of arms and an etching of an armillary sphere.
Scientists Discover First Jurassic-Era ‘Fish Lizard’ Fossil in India
The discovery of the Ichthyosaurs fossil shows India's connect as part of Gondwanaland.
Angela Saini Shows Feminism And Science Need Not Be Strangers
London-based writer Angela Saini talks about her book, Inferior: What Science Got Wrong About Women.
11-Year-Old Gitanjali Rao Named America’s Top Young Scientist
Gitanjali Rao, a seventh-grade student, invented a quick and cheap lead contamination detector for water.