KOCHI: The Union Ministry of Science and Technology will set up a radar in Kochi to facilitate study of climate change.

The Stratosphere Troposphere (ST) radar will be established on four acres of land on the Cochin University of Science and Technology campus in Kalamasserry.

A day before Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao arrives in India, Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh has sprung a surprise on the Union Cabinet, which meets tomorrow, by hurriedly pushing through a proposal for an agreement with China on green technologies.

An agreement of this sort, sources said, does not currently exist with any other partner country like the US or Japan.

That proposal was moved b

Germany must better explain the scientific use of animals to remain a major biomedical force. (Editorial)

JAMMU, Nov 9 : Minister for Science and Technology, Aga Syed Ruhullah Mehdi has said that nine solar power plants and four District Level Energy Parks of different capacity being installed at various health and educational institutions in the State would be commissioned by December this year.

The Minister was addressing a meeting today convened to review the functioning of the Science and Techn

New Delhi: India

As the country embarks on an ambitious civilian nuclear programme, Minister of State in the Prime Minister

CHENNAI: Even as India looks forward to expand its nuclear power programme with imported reactors and fuel,

Union Minister of State for Science and Technology Prithviraj Chavan on Sunday ruled out private sector participation in the atomic energy sector.

Addressing a press conference at Kalpakkam after taking part in the silver jubilee celebrations of the commissioning of the Fast Breeder Test Reactor, Mr.

The global economy is driven by competitive pressures. A recent editorial in Science, that addresses the issue of ‘Nurturing Young Scientists’ in the United States, proclaims: ‘It is imperative to grow our economy through global leadership in science’.

RASHME SEHGA
NEW DELHI
Activists of the Konkan Bachao Samiti (KBS) have written to the ministry of science & technology and the ministry of forests & environment highlighting their environmental apprehensions on the setting up of the proposed Jaitapur nuclear power plant.

Their chief concern is to highlight the concern of the European regulatory authorities from Finland (STUK), France (ASN)

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