Plagued by environmental hazards and threats to bio-diversity, scientists of the country were urged to explore solutions to Jammu & Kashmir’s specific problems.

The 12th five-year plan, whose period is just about four months away, will see a significant focus on promotion of science and technology and public-private partnership in research areas.

Bhubaneswar: The ‘China vs India’ debate saw Prime Minister Manmohan Singh noting that India’s “relative position in the world of science is declining, and the nation has been overtaken by countrie

CHENNAI: Agriculture scientist M.S. Swaminathan called on Wednesday for documenting indigenous farming knowledge which coped with monsoon vagaries.

In earlier days when there was no irrigation, farmers were prepared for floods and droughts.

The climate-resilient farming was a way of life in those days, and people went in for mixed cropping.


Gokul Chandrasekar | ENS

Climate experts gathered at the 98th Indian Science Congress made some stark revelations on the impact of climate change in India.

Shyam Balasubramanian | ENS

HEAR the word `satellite' and you would probably picture a huge hunk of hi-tech metal, wires and solar panels hurtling around in space.

But the growing trend of fabricating and putting satellites into orbit by non-spacefaring countries, corporations and even universities has come thanks to the advantages offered by small satellites, according to the director of th

Shyam Balasubramanian | ENS

We are tracking 30,000 pieces of debris that can cause heavy damage to satellites -- V Adimurthy, dean, Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology
SPACE debris could be among the biggest concerns in the planning and execution of manned space missions, Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology dean V Adimurthy said at a space summit held on Wednesday as

The city will host the 18th annual state-level children

DEHRA DUN: The Fifth Uttarakhand State Science and Technology Congress concluded here with experts and budding scientists urging the Government to immediately frame policies for water and energy conservation to ensure sustainable growth of the State.

Briefing journalists on the recommendations of the Congress here on Sunday, Rajendra Dobhal, Director, Uttarakhand State Council for Science and T

It will be held at SRM University in Kattankulathur, with delegates from all over the country participating
Express News Service THE Indian Youth Science Congress is all set to begin here on June 26. The three-day Congress is aimed at providing a platform for students and young teachers between the age of 18 and 35 to present papers on their work.