Expedition will have 20 countries and 40 ships participating; countries will collate and analyse data to study different climatic challenges and changes
How would you know where a tiger claw came from? Scientists are compiling a DNA database of tigers from all over India. If there’s a match, you know where the claw came from.
A scientifically validated anti-diabetes herbal drug, named `BGR-34', was launched by a Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) laboratory in Lucknow on Sunday .
HYDERABAD: A technology to manufacture hydrofluorocarbons used in refrigeration systems as a coolant to reduce global warming is ready to be transferred to the industry by the CSIR-Indian Institute
NGO Centre for Science and Environment has critically analyzed a Council of Scientific and Industrial Research study, jointly carried out by Indian Institute of Petroleum and the University of Albe
A green body today said diesel technology and fuels in transport sector need drastic transformation to protect public health, while claiming that CSIR has "misrepresented" the findings of a study w
AHMEDABAD: The compressed natural gas (CNG)-run buses are harmful for humans as they emit "nanocarbon" particles which can cause cancer, according to a study conducted by Council of Scientific and
PATIALA: Researchers at Thapar University, Patiala, claim to have found the key to producing eco-friendly polythene.
There's good news on the monsoon front for farmers and policymakers. Rainfall is likely to be better than the gloomy forecasts of last month, particularly in June when farmers plant crops.
KOLKATA: When the power tariff is touching the roof, it is time to go solar.
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