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Best book recommendations; and why humans score over ChatGPT

Ram Chandra Guha’s India after Gandhi made it to all the lists along with P Sainath’s Everybody Loves a Good Drought

Author Sukety Mehta’s acclaimed book, This Land is Our Land: An Immigrant’s Manifesto. (Amazon)
Published on Feb 09, 2024 05:49 PM IST

Dharmani pushes for IISER in Himachal

Himachal minister Rajesh Dharmani met Union education minister Dharmendra Pradhan in New Delhi on Tuesday

Rajesh Dharmani (Sourced)
Updated on Feb 07, 2024 09:22 AM IST
By, Shimla

Startup Mantra: Track your overall health with Breath AI

Sanjay Phadke and his team have developed a tech platform called Breath AI, which includes a wrist wearable equipped with sensors to monitor breath composition, heart rate variability, and other biomarkers. The platform aims to provide a comprehensive picture of an individual's health status and offer personalized breath-work approaches to improve health and well-being. Breath AI has partnered with institutions such as Kaivalyadhama, IISER, IIT Bombay, Harvard Medical School, and Monash University for research and trials. The company plans to expand into markets like Australia, Japan, Europe, and the US.

By analysing and providing personalised breath-work approaches, Breath AI can help users tackle a whole host of acute issues of health and tap into their hidden potential. (HT PHOTO)
Updated on Jan 06, 2024 06:28 AM IST
BySalil Urunkar

IISER Bhopal develops effective material to break down chemical warfare agents

The new material harnesses renewable energy source for detoxifying harmful substances such as chemical warfare agents that are harmful for people.

The IISER, Bhopal research team comprising of Shilpi Jaiswal, Madhurima Sarkar, Dr. Arkaprabha Giri & Prof. Abhijit Patra
Published on Jan 04, 2024 03:59 PM IST
By, New Delhi

IISER Bhopal researchers develop biomedical adhesive to repair injured tissues

According to a press release by IISER Bhopal, this adhesive is biodegradable and biocompatible and will find use in cosmetics and biological applications.

IISER Bhopal researchers developed a clear synthetic biomedical adhesive that can effectively seal and repair injured and dissected tissues.(Handout)
Published on Oct 30, 2023 06:27 PM IST
By, New Delhi
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