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Category : Science and Tech
Published on: May 22 2022 Share on facebook

  • Researchers from IIT Roorkee develop novel multi-model nanobiotic platform to combat bacterial pathogens
  • Researchers from the University of Florida have grown plants in the soil of the moon for the first time
  • Astronomers share first look of galaxy's black hole
  • A rare sea cow species 'Dugong' spotted in the Gulf of Kutch
  • Scientists at IISc Bengaluru-based startup "Theranautilus" develop helical nanobots that can deeply clean teeth
  • Hyderabad-based space tech startup Skyroot Aerospace successfully test-fired the rocket stage of the space launch vehicle 'Vikram-1'
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