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Cybercrime investigation tool that can track cyberattacks targeting humans developed

Team L&M Under the National Mission on Interdisciplinary Cyber Physical Systems (NM-ICPS), I-hub NTIHAC foundation (c3ihub) at IIT Kanpur has developed a methodology and tool for apprehending cybercriminals’ modes of operations in a crime execution lifecycle. This it has done with support from the Department of Science and Technology (DST) Called TTPs (tactics, techniques and procedures), […]Read More


Delhi-based tech start-up develops anti-pollution helmet for two-wheeler riders

Team L&M An anti-pollution helmet developed by a Delhi-based startup can help two-wheeler riders breathe clean air. The helmet developed by Shellios Technolabs has a Bluetooth-enabled app that lets the rider know when the helmet requires cleaning. The start-up received seed funding from the Department of Science and Technology (DST) and was incubated at Science […]Read More


New material that can convert infrared light to renewable energy

Team L&M Scientists have discovered a novel material that can emit, detect, and modulate infrared light with high efficiency making it useful for solar and thermal energy harvesting and for optical communication devices. Electromagnetic waves are a renewable energy source used for electricity generation, telecommunication, defence and security technologies, sensors, and healthcare services. Scientists use […]Read More


IASST scientists develop ultrathin hetero-protein film

Team L&M A research group from the physical sciences division of Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology (IASST), Guwahati, an autonomous institute under the Department of Science and Technology, has developed ultrathin monolayer protein films consisting of two globular proteins: bovine serum albumin (BSA) and lysozyme (Lys). These films have excellent thermal, mechanical […]Read More


Researchers develop plasma-based green disinfectant that can limit Covid19 spread

Team L&M Researchers have developed a plasma-based disinfectant generated with the help of cold atmospheric pressure plasma (CAP) which could act as a green decontaminant for Covid19. This is much better than most decontaminants that consist of chemicals which are hazardous for the environment. A team of scientists Dr Kamatchi Sankaranarayanan, Dr Mojibur R Khan, […]Read More

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