Wall collapses in IISc-Bangalore campus, kills worker

Tree falls on wall resulting in crash; `5 lakh aid to family

published on : 23rd June 2022

Nature trippin’ while camping around Bengaluru

More and more Bengalureans are taking to nature camps to break away from back to work and school life.

published on : 14th June 2022

IISc-led team develops footwear to prevent diabetic foot complications  

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have potentially solved the problem of injuries caused due to an abnormal gait with the help of a 3D printed ‘snapping’ footwear.

published on : 14th June 2022

Men contribute more to air pollution than women: IISc study

A recent study by the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) has shown that men are bigger contributors to air pollution than women.

published on : 11th June 2022

41 Indian universities feature in 2023 QS World Rankings list, none in top 150

Institute of Science Bangalore, one of the eight Institutes of Eminence, has secured a spot at the 155th ranking, followed by IIT-Bombay and Delhi, at 172nd and 174th positions respectively.

published on : 9th June 2022

IISc develops record-breaking device to improve data encryption, make digital data safer

Encrypted information can be decoded only by authorised users who have access to a cryptographic “key”. But the key needs to be unpredictable and, therefore, randomly generated to resist hacking.

published on : 27th May 2022

IISc-Bangalore faces probe over loss of green cover on campus

It all started with a complaint from locals who noticed trees being cut in the campus and being transported in a truck from Yeshwanthpur exit gate.  

published on : 26th May 2022

Experts predict more cyclones, thunderstorms in future

This has also prompted IMD officials and researchers to count the number of thunderstorms that have occurred on a daily basis during the past few years, and not just assess rain damage.

published on : 11th May 2022

IISc-Bangalore develops 3D print glove to aid physiotherapy for stroke victims

Physiotherapy is the often-used method to treat victims of stroke.

published on : 5th May 2022

Want to build a house on Mars? IISc and ISRO researchers now have bricks just for you

According to researchers, the advantage of their method is the reduced porosity of the bricks, which has been a problem with other methods used to consolidate Martian soil into bricks.

published on : 20th April 2022

Microplastics in Cauvery affecting fish: IISc study

After noticing deformities in fried fish sold on the river’s bank, Nongthomba set out to find the cause.

published on : 12th April 2022

Health analytics will turn IISc-Bangalore into medical research hub

Centre to help form policy, study diseases

published on : 23rd March 2022

Public health centre to come up at IISc, funded by Quess founder, wife

An MoU was signed with the Issacs for the centre, which will be called the Isaac Centre for Public Health.

published on : 18th March 2022

IISc-Bangalore develops paper sensor to detect hydrogen peroxide

The paper disc emits green light when placed under a ultra-violet lamp, only in the presence of hydrogen peroxide.

published on : 10th March 2022

IISc tech to help wriggle out of chip shortage

IISc and a partner foundry have been working on developing the Laterally Diffused MOS (LDMOS), which are high-voltage switches or transistors built into the automotive chips.

published on : 6th March 2022
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