Scientific Publications

'Scientific Publications' - 19 News Result(s)

  • COVID-19 Booster Dose Not Central Theme At The Moment: Government
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday September 16, 2021
    The government on Thursday said COVID-19 booster shot is not the central theme in scientific discussion as well as in the public health domain at the moment and getting the two doses remain the main priority.
  • Cabinet Okays MoU Between IIST, Dutch University TU Delft For Research Collaboration
    Education | Reported by Press Trust of India | Wednesday August 4, 2021
    The signing of the agreement will enable pursuance of potential interest areas of cooperation such as exchange of faculty members, students and researchers, scientific materials, publications and information, joint research meeting, PhD programme, dual degree/double degree programme.
  • No Single-Shot Covishield Or Mixing Vaccines Just Yet, Says Government
    India News | Reported by Sunil Prabhu, Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Tuesday June 1, 2021
    Covishield will not be changed to a single-shot schedule and "there is no question" of mixing vaccines till scientifically proven, the government said on Tuesday, after key pointers of its plans floated unofficially to the media ran into resistance f
  • Ready For Debate On Allopathy But One Condition For Ramdev: Medical Body
    India News | ANI | Saturday May 29, 2021
    After yoga guru Ramdev made defamatory statements against allopathy and "defaming" scientific medicine, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) Uttarakhand on Friday challenged him for an open debate on a public platform in the presence of media.
  • Indian Government Working On Low-Cost AC Charging Infrastructure
    Edited by Kingshuk Dutta | Wednesday May 12, 2021
    The Department of Science and Technology, the Office of Principal Scientific Advisor to the government of India and Niti-Aayog worked in fast-track mode to develop specifications, prototype products, and undertake testing and validation of the proposed low-cost AC charging points.
  • Google Doodle Honours Public Healthcare Professionals, Scientists Amid Covid-19 Crisis
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Monday April 26, 2021
    Google, on Monday, shared a Doodle to say “thank you” to all healthcare workers and members of the scientific community who have faced massive hurdles and raced against time to help us face the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. The doodle shows the first letter of the word Google sending out a heart emoji to the last letter, that has been designed to re...
  • Google Doodle Thanks Covid Health Workers On World Immunization Week
    India News | Edited by Debjani Chatterjee | Monday April 26, 2021
    World Immunization Week 2021: Google on Monday tweeted thanks to every public health worker and scientific researcher working tirelessly to find ways to defeat COVID-19. Here are 7 steps to stay safe from COVID-19
  • Health Minister Inaugurates Awareness Event For Scheme Promoting Innovation At IIT Delhi
    Education | Written by Bhoomika Aggarwal | Tuesday March 30, 2021
    The scheme has been named as Alignment and Awareness Event for Publicity of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research - Promoting Innovations in Individuals, Startups and MSMEs (DSIR-PRISM).
  • India Is 3rd Globally In Scientific Publications After China, US: Centre
    India News | Press Trust of India | Saturday January 23, 2021
    India has seen an exponential increase in the number of scientific publications over the last 10 years and is in the third position globally after China and the US, the Department of Science and Technology (DST) said.
  • Coronavirus Pushes Science and Its Controversies Centre Stage
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday May 19, 2020
    Serge Horbach, an expert on academic publishing at Radboud University in The Netherlandssaid, "the rapid dissemination of relevant scientific knowledge is of paramount importance."
  • Is Tuberculosis A Dangerous Disease?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday March 23, 2017
    World TB Day is designed to build public awareness that tuberculosis today remains an epidemic in much of the world, causing the deaths of nearly one-and-a-half million people each year, mostly in developing countries. It commemorates the day in 1882 when Dr Robert Koch astounded the scientific community by announcing that he had discovered the cau...
  • UPSC Combined CBRT JWM and Senior Scientific Assistant (Electrical) Recruitment Results Out; Check Details Here
    Jobs | Edited by Shihabudeen Kunju S | Thursday February 16, 2017
    Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) published results of combined computer based recruitment tests to the posts of Senior Scientific Assistant (Electrical) in Directorate General of Aeronautial Quality Assurance and posts of Junior Works Manager (Electrical) in Ordnance Factory Board of Department of Defence Production, Ministry of Defence.
  • China's Government Wants GMOs, The People Don't
    The Washington Post | Tuesday October 4, 2016
    Earlier this week, a former doctoral student at one of the country's national testing centers for genetically modified organisms went public with allegations of scientific fraud, including claims that records were doctored extensively.
  • US Unveils New Drone Policy For Civilian Use
    World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 21, 2016
    The US today unveiled a set of ground rules for the use of small commercial drones which will enable the safe expansion of a new generation of aviation technologies that will create jobs, enhance public safety and advance scientific inquiry.
  • Coca-Cola to Disclose Its Spending on Research Into Soft Drinks and Health
    Stephanie Strom, The New York Times | Friday July 14, 2017
    Coca-Cola says it will begin disclosing its investments in scientific research and advocacy about the impact sugary soft drinks have on public health.

'Scientific Publications' - 19 News Result(s)

  • COVID-19 Booster Dose Not Central Theme At The Moment: Government
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday September 16, 2021
    The government on Thursday said COVID-19 booster shot is not the central theme in scientific discussion as well as in the public health domain at the moment and getting the two doses remain the main priority.
  • Cabinet Okays MoU Between IIST, Dutch University TU Delft For Research Collaboration
    Education | Reported by Press Trust of India | Wednesday August 4, 2021
    The signing of the agreement will enable pursuance of potential interest areas of cooperation such as exchange of faculty members, students and researchers, scientific materials, publications and information, joint research meeting, PhD programme, dual degree/double degree programme.
  • No Single-Shot Covishield Or Mixing Vaccines Just Yet, Says Government
    India News | Reported by Sunil Prabhu, Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Tuesday June 1, 2021
    Covishield will not be changed to a single-shot schedule and "there is no question" of mixing vaccines till scientifically proven, the government said on Tuesday, after key pointers of its plans floated unofficially to the media ran into resistance f
  • Ready For Debate On Allopathy But One Condition For Ramdev: Medical Body
    India News | ANI | Saturday May 29, 2021
    After yoga guru Ramdev made defamatory statements against allopathy and "defaming" scientific medicine, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) Uttarakhand on Friday challenged him for an open debate on a public platform in the presence of media.
  • Indian Government Working On Low-Cost AC Charging Infrastructure
    Edited by Kingshuk Dutta | Wednesday May 12, 2021
    The Department of Science and Technology, the Office of Principal Scientific Advisor to the government of India and Niti-Aayog worked in fast-track mode to develop specifications, prototype products, and undertake testing and validation of the proposed low-cost AC charging points.
  • Google Doodle Honours Public Healthcare Professionals, Scientists Amid Covid-19 Crisis
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Monday April 26, 2021
    Google, on Monday, shared a Doodle to say “thank you” to all healthcare workers and members of the scientific community who have faced massive hurdles and raced against time to help us face the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. The doodle shows the first letter of the word Google sending out a heart emoji to the last letter, that has been designed to re...
  • Google Doodle Thanks Covid Health Workers On World Immunization Week
    India News | Edited by Debjani Chatterjee | Monday April 26, 2021
    World Immunization Week 2021: Google on Monday tweeted thanks to every public health worker and scientific researcher working tirelessly to find ways to defeat COVID-19. Here are 7 steps to stay safe from COVID-19
  • Health Minister Inaugurates Awareness Event For Scheme Promoting Innovation At IIT Delhi
    Education | Written by Bhoomika Aggarwal | Tuesday March 30, 2021
    The scheme has been named as Alignment and Awareness Event for Publicity of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research - Promoting Innovations in Individuals, Startups and MSMEs (DSIR-PRISM).
  • India Is 3rd Globally In Scientific Publications After China, US: Centre
    India News | Press Trust of India | Saturday January 23, 2021
    India has seen an exponential increase in the number of scientific publications over the last 10 years and is in the third position globally after China and the US, the Department of Science and Technology (DST) said.
  • Coronavirus Pushes Science and Its Controversies Centre Stage
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday May 19, 2020
    Serge Horbach, an expert on academic publishing at Radboud University in The Netherlandssaid, "the rapid dissemination of relevant scientific knowledge is of paramount importance."
  • Is Tuberculosis A Dangerous Disease?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday March 23, 2017
    World TB Day is designed to build public awareness that tuberculosis today remains an epidemic in much of the world, causing the deaths of nearly one-and-a-half million people each year, mostly in developing countries. It commemorates the day in 1882 when Dr Robert Koch astounded the scientific community by announcing that he had discovered the cau...
  • UPSC Combined CBRT JWM and Senior Scientific Assistant (Electrical) Recruitment Results Out; Check Details Here
    Jobs | Edited by Shihabudeen Kunju S | Thursday February 16, 2017
    Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) published results of combined computer based recruitment tests to the posts of Senior Scientific Assistant (Electrical) in Directorate General of Aeronautial Quality Assurance and posts of Junior Works Manager (Electrical) in Ordnance Factory Board of Department of Defence Production, Ministry of Defence.
  • China's Government Wants GMOs, The People Don't
    The Washington Post | Tuesday October 4, 2016
    Earlier this week, a former doctoral student at one of the country's national testing centers for genetically modified organisms went public with allegations of scientific fraud, including claims that records were doctored extensively.
  • US Unveils New Drone Policy For Civilian Use
    World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 21, 2016
    The US today unveiled a set of ground rules for the use of small commercial drones which will enable the safe expansion of a new generation of aviation technologies that will create jobs, enhance public safety and advance scientific inquiry.
  • Coca-Cola to Disclose Its Spending on Research Into Soft Drinks and Health
    Stephanie Strom, The New York Times | Friday July 14, 2017
    Coca-Cola says it will begin disclosing its investments in scientific research and advocacy about the impact sugary soft drinks have on public health.
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