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New Techniques To Turn Poultry Feather & Animal Hair To Fertiliser

Sep 18, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Indian scientists have developed a new sustainable and affordable solution for converting keratin waste to fertilisers and animal feeds

Cleantech In Focus: Start-Ups Raise $1.2 billion In 5 years

Sep 17, 2021 Shruti Sonal

Start-ups show steady growth. Despite the sector being at a nascent stage, the cleantech space is brimming with investments


We keep making the iPhone more capable: Apple CEO At iPhone 13 Launch

With improved features such as ultrawide lens, a cinematic-like video feature and technology for better nighttime pictures, Apple launched it's brand new iPhone 13. However, analysts say that the changes aren't much noticeable or practical.

Japan, Vietnam Sign Defense Transfer Deal Amid China Worries

Sep 12, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

Japan's Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi said the deal elevates their defense partnership “to a new level” and that Japan and Vietnam plan to deepen defense ties through multinational joint exercises and other means.


Covid Pumps Up Paycheques For Techies, Realty Reaps The Goodies

Pandemic alters the dynamics in the Indian real estate sector with IT professionals emerging as the most solvent buyers

25 August, 2021

Accelerated Digital Transformation Demands Secure-By-Design Networks

Avinash Prasad

IT security leaders need to adapt rapidly, collaborate effectively, and recalibrate their security strategies as networks get more dynamic and complex.


16 July, 2021

Rare Surgery On A 16-Month Old Infant Gives Him Relief From Uncontrolled Seizure Attacks

Outlook Web Bureau

The surgery was conducted by a 15-member team under the leadership of Dr. Sridhar K, Director and Group Head, Institute of Neurosciences & Spinal Disorders.


09 July, 2021

New And Better Tools To Track Rocket Launches And Space Vehicles Returning To Earth: Federal Regulator

Associated Press (AP)

The tool, called the Space Data Integrator, will replace a system in which much of the work of giving telemetry data about space vehicles to air traffic control managers is done manually.


06 July, 2021

MSME’s Tryst With Technology

Samir Sathe

Thanks to Pandemic, MSMEs have started flirting with technology by force and necessity!


10 June, 2021

Scientists To Trace Bird Migration With Tech

Associated Press (AP)

The project aims at unraveling why some American robins migrate long distances, but others do not


27 April, 2021

Wheat May Be Grown Indoors, But The Cost…

Outlook Web Bureau

Potential yield in vertical farming could be up to 600 times greater per hectare than current farming methods: Study


24 April, 2021

A Technology For ‘Off Season’ Cultivation

Outlook Web Bureau

Easy to set-up and dismantle, Low Tunnel technology protects plants from severe weather conditions, like strong wind, rain, snow, etc.


05 April, 2021

Can A Simple Pot Be Solution For Farmers In Dry Areas?

Outlook Web Bureau

The new micro-irrigation system is sustainable and creates farmer-potter bond. It is also economical when compared to alternative methods.


05 April, 2021

Institutionalizing Technology Acquisition – Not A Flight Of Fancy

Dr Jaijit Bhattacharya

From technology comes wealth. Hence there is an urgent need for technology acquisition in an institutionalized manner and also focus on urgently acquiring Embraer of Brazil.


29 March, 2021

Formula To Stall Ripening, Add Shelf Life Without Refrigeration?

Outlook Web Bureau

This technology may offer safer, user-friendly, and cost-effective storage and transport for fruits and vegetables.


28 March, 2021

Mann Ki Baat: 'Modernisation In Agriculture Need Of The Hour', Says PM Modi

Outlook Web Bureau

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also hailed the 'world's largest vaccination programme' being carried out in the country against Covid-19 and stressed on 'dawai bhi, kadai bhi'.


20 March, 2021

This New Greenhouse Is Expected To Break New Ground

Outlook Web Bureau

The 1.5-acre facility will rely on 99% sunlight and recycled water of up to 7,500 gallons a month and produce about 500 tons of leafy greens per year.


19 March, 2021

Delhi HC Seeks Centre's Reply To Plea Challenging New IT Rules

Outlook Web Bureau

The court listed the plea filed by Quint Digital Media Ltd for further hearing on April 16.


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Police stage at a security fence ahead of a rally near the U.S. Capitol in Washington. The rally was planned by allies of former President Donald Trump and aimed at supporting the so-called "political prisoners" of the...

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Members of an election commission listen to 82-year old Nadezhda Tredina, as they come to help her to vote during the Parliamentary elections at her house in Nikolayevka village outside Omsk, Russia. Sunday will be the...

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Mexican tourists pose for a selfie in front of the wrapped Arc de Triomphe monument in Paris. The "L'Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped" project by late artist Christo and Jeanne-Claude is on view from, Sept.18 to Oct. 3, 2021....

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French acrobat Nathan Paulin walks a highline from the Eiffel Tower across the Seine River, as part of events around France for National Heritage Days Paris in Paris.

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Liverpool's James Milner, left, vies for the ball with Crystal Palace's Conor Gallagher during the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Crystal Palace at Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, England.

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