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“There are many medicinal uses of plants known to various ethnic groups that remain undocumented,” stated Dr. V.S. Ramachandran, Scientist at the Amrita Centre for Environmental Studies in Coimbatore. Dr.. . .
Dr. K. Kalyana Sundaram, Senior Scientist at the Lab for Photonics and Interfaces at EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland), was a plenary speaker at the pre-conference workshop during. . .
Dr. P.S. Chandramohanan Nair, Professor and Chairman, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, is guiding Amrita PhD students in finding new and innovative ways to reduce power losses from the. . .
One has a car. Is it possible to convert it into a hybrid vehicle? What about converting a bicycle into an electric-powered cycle, so that it can truly substitute for. . .
What can city dwellers do to mitigate some of the environmental issues that confront the world today? “Where most people think of complex solutions, we want to begin with simple. . .
An International Workshop on Nanotechnology in Solar and Energy Storage Applications was organized by the Amrita Center for Nanosciences in Kochi on February 24, 2012. The inaugural ceremony warmly welcomed. . .
“There is a strong disconnect between research, development and delivery in our country. Academic institutions focus on research, but not on development or deployment. Industry focuses more on development and. . .
The construction industry is a major contributor to global warming. Thousands of participants at the Green I conference during Anokha learned more about the role of green buildings that can. . .
Nikhil Chandalia and Varun Ullatil, second-year MBA students at the Bengaluru campus spent their summer vacation last year in a very unique way. The duo visited 22 villages spread across. . .
High up in the Western Ghats, the pristine Wayanad District in Kerala is home to tribal population. It is the least populous district in Kerala and is also considered as. . .