In the recent years, research on the 2-micron laser wavelengths have gathered momentum. They are basically lasers with a wavelength of two microns that have the potential to move the boundaries […]
Karthik has graduated in Physics (Master's degree) from Bangalore University, India and received his Ph.D in charge transport investigations in metal-oxide nanowires from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. Currently working as a Research Fellow, he has been involved in a variety of projects like Flexible electronics, Aerosol studies, solar-cell and battery activities, connected to Energy Research Institute @ NTU. He has worked with tech start-ups for Ecology & environment and has experience in mobilizing resources for commercializing novel technologies.
Imagine a 3D printer which looks like an old school hydraulics and plastics, but prints human organs! The future of printing has come, to take its first few steps to […]
With every 3°C increase in the global temperatures, the risk of extinction of a species rises by 8.5% say Mark Urban. In a critical study “Accelerating Extinction Risk from Climate […]
Complex plastic surgeries might soon become old-fashioned. In an attempt to advance the bioengineering of skin tissue, French cosmetic giant L’Oreal has joined hands with bio-engineering start-up Organovo to 3D-print […]
A team of multidisciplinary researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles have devised a new treatment that might go a long way in the treatment of pancreatic cancer. The […]
Come July 1st, the Government of India will kick start its ambitious plan to sell low-cost generic drugs under the brand name “Jan Aushadhi.” Low-cost generic medicines will be purchased in bulk […]
Researchers from India have shown a way to radio-thermally kill a cancer cell using biodegradable graphene nanoparticles. Nanoparticle-mediated radio frequency ablation (RFA) is a method where heat energy is generated […]