Objectives of DSP Labs in IIT Madras

Objectives of DSP Labs in IIT Madras

 DSP Labs IIT Madras Objectives  You are invited by IIT Madras to explore their DSP Labs built at their premises. This is an initiative of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India, under the National Mission on Education through ICT, primarily targeting Higher Education A broad objective of the virtual labs is to devise a program that will use both synchronous and asynchronous learning mechanisms to augment current pedagogical practices with external scholastic inputs. Objectives of the…

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Scientist, Rajesh Gokhale, Become an  Entrepreneur

Scientist, Rajesh Gokhale, Become an  Entrepreneur

Rajesh Gokhale getting ready to set up a new lab inside the NCL Venture Park in Pune, which will colloborate on research work with National Chemical Laboratory (NCL) . His first firm, Vyome Biosciences, is on the late stages of developing an anti-dandruff and other anti-bacterial products Research Work : First project treatment and cure for leucoderma, the white patches on the skin. Lab ordered Chemical reagents and buffaloes which get such white patches. Drug…

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India’s Very Popular TV Serials of 2015

India’s Very Popular TV Serials of 2015

1. Ye Hai Mohabbatein Lovely soap opera with feel good love story of a couple who belongs to different culture and have little problems in life. Best thing about this show is that it have more happy moments than sad ones. It is currently one of the most watch TV show right now. Top 10 Most Popular TV Shows in India 2015 2. Sath Nibhana Sathiya The show is based on the lives of two female…

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Eco-friendly menu Served at UN high-level Lunch

Eco-friendly menu Served at UN high-level Lunch

The “Landfill Salad” was made from unwanted vegetable scraps, stalks and outer leaves salvaged from the waste of big food producers, and liquid drained from a can of chickpeas. The burgers and fries came from discarded vegetables, ends of cucumber thrown out by picklers and cow corn, which is used for feeding animals or for making ethanol. The “Spent Grain Bread” was baked from grain mash left over from brewing and distilling process, and unrefined…

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Karma – Mis-Conceptions

Karma – Mis-Conceptions

karma ˈkɑːmə,ˈkəːmə/ noun (in Hinduism and Buddhism) the sum of a person’s actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences. informal good or bad luck, viewed as resulting from one’s actions. The definition took a different perception than the one defined by Krishna. Here is the latest prevailing definition in the minds of people which lead to the above Joke : Karma (car-ma) is a word meaning…

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Isro successfully launches Astrosat, six other satellites

Isro successfully launches Astrosat, six other satellites

Isro on Monday successfully launched India’s first astronomy satellite Astrosat, eleven years after the government cleared the project. A Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C30) carrying Astrosat and six other satellites lifted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota at 10am. In around 25 minutes after liftoff, PSLV-C30 injected Astrosat and other satellites — four US nano satellites, a microsatellite from Indonesia a nanosatellite from Canada – into their respective orbits. This is the…

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7 Reasons Why the Chinese economy is slowing down?

7 Reasons Why the Chinese economy is slowing down?

Too much supply, too little demand in too many sectors. Chinese companies continue to manufacture stuff which people are not buying. In order to buy all their output, we need approximately two more earths; Chinese government policy is geared to keep people at work, even if it means that companies (especially state-owned enterprises) are inefficient in order to keep social stability; By offering cheap money to inefficient loss-making businesses, the Chinese government is piling on…

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Irregular sleeping patterns can lead to cancer

Irregular sleeping patterns can lead to cancer

Irregular sleeping patterns have been “unequivocally” shown to lead to cancer in tests on mice, a study suggests. The report, in Current Biology, lends weight to concerns about the damaging impact of shift work on health. The researchers said women with a family risk of breast cancer should never work shifts, but cautioned that further tests in people were needed. The data also indicated the animals were 20% heavier despite eating the same amount of…

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