DH News Service, Bangalore:

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the setting up of a Centre for infrastructure, Sustainable Transportation and Urban Planning (CiSTUP) was signed between the Government of Karnataka and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), here on Friday.

Experts prefer nuclear energy in short run
DH News Service,Bangalore:
A panel discussion on Climate Change: An Indian Perspective, held on Monday as part of the centenary conference of Indian Institute of Science witnessed experts stressing the need for reducing emission levels by shifting to nuclear energy in the short run and switching over to renewables as a long-term measure

BANGALORE: The former president of India, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam said that the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) will be rated as one of the top scientific institutions in the world by 2030, while he presented the IISc vision at the institute

DH News Service, Bangalore:

Scientists have stepped in to create awareness on the dangers posed by the alarming rate at which different animal and plant species are going extinct.

Divya Gandhi

Bangalore: The world could see a potentially catastrophic four-degree Celsius rise in temperature by the end of the century, a Guardian report on Thursday has said, and quoted top scientists urging the United Kingdom to "prepare' for such an eventuality.

Sustaining forest health is critical for sustaining livelihoods, conserving biodiversity, producing biomass and protecting watersheds and river valley systems Prof N H Ravindranath

The worst fears about the Garden City's once salubrious temperature rising beyond comfort levels appear to be coming true... A recent study by the Centre for Ecological Sciences, IISc, has revealed that the temperature has shot up by an alarming three degrees in the past decade alone! The study, conducted by scientist Dr T V Ramachandra and research scholar Uttam Kumar has cited the loss of vegetation and water bodies and rise in anthropogenic pressure as the prime factors behind the temperature rise.

Mitigating the impact of climate change and generating energy for development do not have to be mutually exclusive goals.

the new solar cycle will be least risky for satellites; best for communication systems and safe for the aeroplanes flying over the poles, says a new study. Published on the March 29 issue of the

Scientist who took science out of the lab to meet developmental needs