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Archived Research Highlights

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New Research Illuminates The Path To Ultrasensitive Biosensors

Researchers identify performance limits of biosensors which observe dynamic interactions to determine the concentration of desired molecules.

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Air pollution hurts rural India too, not just its cities

New research shows that rural and urban regions of India face similarly high health risks due to air pollution.

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Halting the growth of harmful bacteria through specially-designed sugars

Researchers have used modified sugars to hamper the development of cell wall in disease Causing bacteria

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Finding flood risks at the village-level to facilitate decision-making

Scientists use a combination of global and local data to predict flood hazard in risk-prone villages.

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Observing crystals that flow

Researchers show strange patterns in the flow of soft polycrystals

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How do Indian farmers adapt to climate change amid socio-economic hurdles?

Scientists survey rural areas of Maharashtra for the most suitable agricultural strategies in the face of climate change

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Soil check: How much water does your soil contain?

Researchers use ultra-small graphene particles to develop a new soil moisture sensor

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Technology not merely a tool in tennis, but now in the driver’s seat

Study finds that the sport of tennis critically depends on information and communication Technology

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A new approach to quantum information processing at room temperatures

Researchers propose novel nanochips from atomically thin materials to make quantum computing possible

In October 2019, Google announced that their quantum processor achieved a computation in 200 seconds, which they claim would take even the most advanced supercomputers today approximately 10,000 years. While IBM has challenged this claim, such drastic changes in computational capabilities are indeed possible due to a fundamentally new technology called quantum computers.

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