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IIT Roorkee Improves Orthopedic Implants

IIT Roorkee researchers have come up with a novel method to deal with the aftereffect of biomedical grade implants and minimize the chances of bacterial infections at the implant site.

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IIT Mandi Develop Simple Models To Understand Polymer Looping

The models will help in understanding biological processes and in the development of nano-devices and molecular machines using polymers.

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IIT Madras Produce Graphene Platelets By Machining Using Graphite Lubricants

Graphene is considered a super material of the century and is one of the strongest materials known and in addition, it conducts electricity thirteen times better than copper.

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IIT Hyderabad Develop Low Power Chips For AI Devices

The need for High-Performance Computing data centers is rapidly growing in order to cater to the growing demand in processing and storing Big Data arising due to the Digital India and other initiatives.

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IIT Hyderabad, KIIT Bhubaneshwar Develop ‘Bio-Bricks’ From Agricultural Waste Products

Bio-bricks can not only serve to manage agricultural waste but also provide scope for economically affordably environment-friendly sustainable construction building materials.

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Shiv Nadar University Researchers Discover Plastic-Eating Bacteria

The bacteria initiate biodegradation of ‘Polystyrene’ – the key component of single-use plastic.

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IIT Guwahati, IBM Develop AI-Powered ‘Smart Engineer’

The engineering system design tool will help rapidly create experts in Electric Vehicle (EV) motor design in India.

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IIT Guwahati Develops Nanomaterials For Targeted Delivery Of Cancer Drugs

IIT Guwahati researchers used silk-carbon nanotube composites to deliver chemotherapeutic drugs.

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IIT Researchers Develop Materials To Detect Hydrogen Gas Leaks

Despite the enormous promise of ‘hydrogen economy,’ there are problems such as leaks, which are hard to detect, which is dangerous as hydrogen is inflammable; this collaborative research attempts to solve this problem.

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