Scientist(Search results - 76)
India6, May 2020, 2:22 PM
Scientists inform PM Modi that over 30 Covid-19 vaccines are under different stages of development
As the coronavirus pandemic has brought the world to an abrupt halt, Indian Prime Minister chaired a meeting in relation to the vaccine being developed for the same
India16, Apr 2020, 2:19 PM
Coronavirus: 6 Indian companies racing clock to find COVID-19 vaccineCOVID-19 has infected more than 2 million in the world and has claimed 1,26,000 lives. In the global fight against the disease, Indian scientists have joined the race against the clock to find a vaccine.
India17, Mar 2020, 6:59 PM
Karnataka Scientist in EU's Coronavirus Vaccine Research Team
The European Taskforce formed by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to conduct research on developing a vaccine for Coronavirus has a Karnataka connection. Dr Mahadesh Prasad, a young scientist from Arkalgud, Hassan, is part 10 research teams formed to develop a vaccine for COVID-19. Watch this video to find out more about this Karnataka scientist.
Not For Women Only28, Feb 2020, 3:47 PM
Meet Kusala Rajendran, Who Won India's 1st National Award For Woman Scientist
In 2018, Kusala Rajendran was honoured with India’s first ever National Award for Woman Scientist for Ocean Sciences and Technology and Atmospheric Sciences Technology. Most things that we know about earthquakes in India i.e. from their history, cause, origin and repercussions, can be credited to the extensive repertoire of Kusala Rajendran’s work. Let’s find out more about this outstanding scientist and seismologist in this episode of Not For Women Only with Sunita Iyer.
World21, Feb 2020, 6:09 PM
Wuhan-400: The Biggest Conspiracy Theory Around Coronavirus Outbreak
More than 2000 people have died in China because of the Coronavirus outbreak and the Chinese city Wuhan is the epicenter of this virus, which has now spread to more than 25 countries. Earlier we showed you guys a video on how a thriller novel named The Eyes of the Darkness by Dean Koontz published in 1981 mentioned a virus named Wuhan-400, leaving most of us stumped on whether this was just a coincidence or a prophecy made 40 years ago? And now we bring to you excerpts from the book, which has created quite a storm world over. But before we get to the details of Chapter 39 of the book that has 13 mentions of Wuhan-400, we’d like to bring out an interesting angle to this entire mystery. Watch this video to find out more and listen in to perhaps the biggest conspiracy theory around the coronavirus outbreak.
India21, Feb 2020, 6:07 PM
IISc, ISRO Develop 'Space Brick' To Build Homes On Moon!
With Planet Earth under increasing threat, scientists around the world are now exploring how human beings can inhabit the Moon or Mars. A team of Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and ISRO researchers has developed ‘Space Bricks’ using Lunar Soil Simulant i.e. LSS, which could assist the construction of future settlements on the Moon and offer more eco-friendly options for constructions here on earth. Watch this video to learn more.
Not For Women Only4, Feb 2020, 3:01 PM
Padma Bhushan Kamal Ranadive: India's Forgotten Cancer Crusader
The battle against cancer is perhaps one of humanity’s longest. The need to find its cause and put an end to great misery has fuelled research in oncology for decades. Dr. Kamal Ranadive was an Indian biomedical researcher who is known for her research in cancer about the links between cancers and viruses. She was a founder member of the Indian Women Scientists' Association (IWSA). In the 1960s, she established India's first tissue culture research laboratory at the Indian Cancer Research Centre in Mumbai. Let’s find out more about the life of this unsung scientist in this episode of Not For Women Only with Sunita Iyer.
India24, Jan 2020, 10:24 AM
The Tragic Death Of Homi Bhabha & Trend Of Indian Scientists Dying Under Mysterious Circumstances
Homi Jehangir Bhabha, often referred to as the Father of the Indian Nuclear Programme, was the founding director of the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre. On the 24th January, 1966, he met a tragic end when Air India Flight 101 crashed near Mont Blanc while he was travelling to Vienna for a conference. Many believe that the crash wasn’t an accident but premeditated assassination carried out by American intelligence agencies to thwart India’s nuclear programme.
India3, Jan 2020, 7:58 PM
From detainment of Bangladesh immigrants to PM Modi’s address at 107th Indian Science Congress watch MyNation in 100 seconds
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the way the nation celebrated science, the space program and the strengths of scientists during Chandrayaan-2 will always remain etched in his memory. Union minister Amit Shah condemned the Congress for releasing a booklet that speaks against Hindutva ideologue Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. As many as 445 trespassers have been detained by the Bangladesh authorities in the last two months while trying to return to Bangladesh. Do not miss the headlines of the day on MyNation in 100 seconds.
India3, Jan 2020, 12:17 PM
The way nation celebrated Chandrayaan-2 mission remains etched in my memory: PM Modi in Bengaluru
Addressing the 107th session of Indian Science Congress in Bengaluru, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the way the nation celebrated science, the space program and the strengths of scientists during Chandrayaan 2 mission will always remain etched in his memory
India8, Dec 2019, 11:01 AM
PM Modi visits IISER, request scientists to develop low-cost technologies
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) scientists made presentations to Prime Minister Modi on varied topics ranging from new materials and devices for clean energy application to agricultural biotechnology and natural resource mapping
Lifestyle News5, Dec 2019, 7:55 PM
DePress Room | Global emission on an all time high
Carbon dioxide emissions are expected to reach another record high this year, a new report found Wednesday, with scientists warning the world is losing time to make the drastic reductions needed to avert a climate catastrophe.
Hello and welcome to this episode of DePress Room, my name is Amal Chowdhury and today we will be talking about the global emissions which are getting worse with each passing day.
India7, Nov 2019, 9:14 AM
CV Raman birth anniversary: Remembering contributions of 1st Indian nobel laureate
Dr Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman known as CV Raman was born on November 7, 1888 in Tamil Nadu’s Tiruchirappalli. Raman was a bright child and went on to become a brighter scientist. The contributions of this great scientist has been immense and on his birth anniversary, let’s take a look at them in his honour.