Solid waste from the Ghazipur landfill site in East Delhi would be used in the construction of Delhi-Meerut Expressway, a section of NH-24, in a move aimed at curbing pollution in the city.
Senior Scientist at National Institute of Oceanography Mahua Saha said We have to deal directly woith Pollution control boads to get quantitative analysis of pollutants, in the northern Indian Ocea
A 'solar power tree' that takes up only four square feet of space and generates enough power to run about five households is being upgraded to include a rotating motor to help it align with changin
The solar powered tree occupies about 4 sq ft of land compared to 400 sq ft required by a conventional solar photovoltaic layout.
The Centre has engaged a Council of Scientific & Industrial Research's (CSIR) laboratory to monitor the quality of coal before it is supplied to thermal power plants by companies.
The CSIR-run laboratories will come up with some key consumer products over the next two years. These would include arsenic-free rice and anti-malarial drug.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has recently issued notices to the ministries of environment, water resources, and health, asking for their comments on microbeads found in personal care products.
Pune: A type of lichen named Usnea ghattensis, found in the northern areas of the Western Ghats particularly in the vicinity of Mahabaleshwar, could well be the source of the next wonder drug.
The research lab claims their idea will be more effective that Delhi's proposed odd-even licence-plate policing.
Hyderabad: The CAG has exposed the Council of Scientific Industrial Research’s hasty decision on a project for development of the Indian version of Tamiflu drug for bird flu that was to be develope
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