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May, 2016

  • 31 May

    New job opportunities in pharmacy, architecture attracting Pune students

    Projecting The Future

    Whilst engineering schools were dealing with an issue of masses for the previous couple of years the place call for is a long way lesser than provide because of mushrooming of engineering schools around the state, the location is relatively the other on the subject of pharmacy or structure, the …

  • 30 May

    No more NET requirement for budding professors!Read the new criteria announced by HRD Ministry

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    Just right information for all those that have registered for Ph.D or M.Phil ahead of 2009. HRD Minister Smriti Irani introduced all the ones applicants who’ve registered prior to July 11, 2009 can be exempted from showing for NET (Nationwide Eligibility Check) with the intention to turn out to be …

  • 29 May

    Technology offers path to ‘clean, safe’ chemical production


    From fragrances and meals flavourings to the construction blocks of pharmaceutical medicine, positive chemical compounds – complicated chemical compounds produced in small amounts to a top level of purity – play a significant position in our day by day lives However generating those chemical compounds can come at a price, …

  • 27 May

    Making some of the world’s most durable materials corrosion-resistant


    Borides are some of the toughest and maximum heat-resistant ingredients on the earth, however their Achilles’ Heel, like such a lot of fabrics’, is they oxidize at excessive temperatures. Oxidation is the chemical response often referred to as corrosion or rusting—it will possibly sign the top for a subject matter’s …

  • 26 May

    It may now be possible to begin interpreting the detailed rotational-vibrational CH5+ spectra


    Protonated methane, a.okay.a. CH5+, is a extremely odd molecule that scientists and astronomers suspect could also be discovered inside the interstellar medium the place stars and planets are shaped. To spot molecules on Earth or in outer area, scientists normally report the spectrum of sunshine absorbed — each and every …

  • 25 May

    1922 chemistry Nobel medal up for auction


    The chemistry Nobel prize medal given to the British scientist Francis Aston in 1922 has been post for public sale in the United Kingdom. Aston used to be a chemist and physicist primarily based on the College of Cambridge’s Cavendish laboratory for far of the primary part of the 20th …

  • 24 May

    Engineers take first step toward flexible, wearable biosensor device

    Projecting The Future

    Engineers on the College of California San Diego have evolved the primary versatile wearable tool able to tracking each biochemical and electrical alerts within the human frame. The Chem-Phys patch data electrocardiogram (EKG) center alerts and tracks ranges of lactate, a biochemical that may be a marker of bodily effort, …

  • 23 May

    Right size and right chemistry makes the right stuff for plastics manufacturing


    Plastic manufacturing is an energy-intensive process. Now, research performed in part at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has revealed a way to reduce the energy demand in one key step of plastic manufacturing by using a class of materials that can filter impurities more efficiently than the …

  • 22 May

    Chemists settle longstanding debate on how methane is made biologically


    Like the poet, microbes that make methane are taking chemists on a road less traveled: Of two competing ideas for how microbes make the main component of natural gas, the winning chemical reaction involves a molecule less favored by previous research, something called a methyl radical. Reported today in the …

  • 20 May

    Theorists smooth the way to modeling quantum friction

    Projecting The Future

    Theoretical chemists at Princeton University have pioneered a strategy for modeling quantum friction, or how a particle’s environment drags on it, a vexing problem in quantum mechanics since the birth of the field. The study was published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. “It was truly a most challenging …