A new study conducted by Indian scientists has thrown fresh light on how a charged particle in contact with an environment in the presence of a magnetic field behaves when it is subjected to ultra-cold temperatures.
Mitsubishi Electric has inked an MoU with IIT Madras Research Park to support the programs conducted by the institute for the R&D of sustainable technologies.
IISc researchers have devised a novel strategy to make solid-state batteries last longer and charge faster.
Tata Elxsi has expanded its presence in Kerala with a new technology development center in Thiruvananthapuram.
A team of researchers from IIT Guwahati and DGIST is developing a set of new materials for devices that help convert biomechanical energy into electrical energy.
A team of Indian Scientists have computationally predicted two fascinating 2D monolayers having great potential for applications in next-generation self-powered materials.
Indian scientists have cracked the origin of ultralow thermal conductivity in AgSbSe2, a crystalline solid having promising thermoelectric applications.
With exhibitions spread across 75 locations throughout the country, Vigyan Sarvatra Pujyate showcases India's achievements in the field of science and technology since Independence.