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The most common methods for desalination are membrane-based reverse osmosis and thermal desalination. However, both consume a lot of energy. As an alternative to such solar stills, the IISc (Indian Institute of Science), Bengaluru, has developed a novel design for a solar-powered desalination unit. It is more energy-efficient, cost-effective and portable, making it convenient to set up in areas with limited access to continuous electricity
The origin of Indian classical music can be traced back to the Vedas (Sam Veda), which contained slokas that were set music. Indian music can be divided into three major periods, i.e., Ancient, Medieval and Modern.
Recently, National Quantum Mission (NQM) received the union cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister approval at a total cost of Rs. 6000 crores, a significant step towards positioning India as a leading player in the field of quantum technologies.
Indian Railways has been at the forefront of adopting the digital revolution ushered by technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence, and Big Data Analytics towards improving its efficiency and safety and the passengers’ overall experience.
India is home to the world’s largest youth population. The future of our nation is lies on our youth Empowerment that only through creative education and it is the foundation for Atmanirbhar Bharat. The changing of society requires an education system that nurtures creativity and drives innovation. This would require major reforms in our education, especially in the way of teaching and learning happens now a days.
The January 2023 Science reporter presents a snapshot of all the developments in the field of science in the year 2022. It also features a few theme-based articles on AI, NASA's Artemis-I mission, Gene editing to boost Carbon Sequestration, Gravitational Waves, and alternatives for Packaging Food.
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