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Modern Day Inventions That Failed To Impress
Last week Tim Cook announced the launch of Apple's latest innovation, the wireless earphones "Air Pods", while several Apple lovers can't wait to try this device, critics are unimpressed. While only...
Crazy Inventions
Towers turning smog into diamonds Well, this certainly looks bizarre but it is actually happening. The aim is to turn a health hazard to thing of beauty. A 7m tall tower sucks up polluted air. This...
Airlander 10
Ever imagined how huge would be the world’s largest aircraft? Well, it can carry up to 10 tons, transport 48 passengers and fly continuously for five days at 80 knots (92mph). This huge aircraft...
10 trends to watch in 2016
Will you use virtual reality to test out potential holidays before you book? Do you want your car to pay for your petrol? Which trends are set to gain momentum in 2016? A new report from Fjord, a...
What Happens When The Economics Of Everything Meet The Internet Of things?
When we think of eradicating extreme poverty , most of us associate this idea with the provision of basic needs. Food. Water. Shelter. Some argue to include clean air, security, even access to basic...
IoT Trends For 2016. Everything Connected Everywhere
More than 500 million devices will be added to the expanding IoT during 2016, an outstanding 39% growth regarding 2015. To understand how the Internet of Things will absorb such an acute increase it...
5 Innovative And Diverse Uses Of Big Data
As we move into 2016, it’s worth looking at how people are using big data to do what they do. It’s exciting. From these real-life cases you can learn a lot about what big data is up to—you’re getting...
17 Statistics For World Statistics Day (And Why We Need To Invest In Them)
Celebration of World Statistics Day comes right after Sunday’s International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, last month’s UN General Assembly agreeing the Sustainable Development Goals and the...
IoT To Be The Next Big Space For Digital Innovation In India
Addressing the increasing convergence of multi-disciplinary facets of the Technology Ecosystem with IoT ( Internet of Things ), the India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) kicked off...
The Digital Age: Work Reimagined, Value Reimagined
I’m an entrepreneur at heart, and I love coming up with wildly innovative ways to solve problems and create business value. This entrepreneurial mindset is a requirement in today’s digital age—as...
3D Printed Micro Turbines to Bring Electricity to Urban Areas & Help the Energy Impoverished
Wind turbines are plentiful out west, lined up along the highways like futuristic, noble giants, doing their work gracefully, at the whim of what mother nature provides–often quite plentifully. The...
10 action points towards a greener economy
Just before the opening of the Paris climate conference that is expected to set new ambitious targets to move to a low-carbon economy, ILO Green Jobs Programme Coordinator Kees van der Ree outlines...
What Technology Will Look Like In Five Years
As a driver of technical innovation for a software company, a huge part of my job depends on forecasting how current tech trends will play out, merge, dissipate or expand. Here are some of my...
Formulating the New Education Policy
A collaborative, multi-stakeholder approach to national policy formulation On January 26th 2015, the Ministry of Human Resource Development initiated the process of formulating the New Education...
These technologies are shaping the future
Cloud computing has been named the technology most likely to shape the future, according to an IBM survey. The poll questioned C-level executives from 70 countries on which technologies they thought...
Personal sensors: the first genuine must-have accessory?
In major cities, we are surrounded by silent killers at all times. On busy streets, in poorly-ventilated office buildings, and particularly in cars, the air we breathe is often filled with toxic...
Innovation at the Competition’s Expense
Steve Jobs once said, “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” And there’s no question that Apple Computer co-founder Steve Jobs will go down as one of the greatest innovators of...
President calls upon NITs to take the lead in creating capacity for innovation and entrepreneurship
The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee addressed the 13thConvocation of Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology- Nagpur today (September 15, 2015) at Nagpur. Speaking on the occasion,...
Which is the most innovative university in the world?
Putting a number on innovation isn’t easy but Times Higher Education has taken measures based on the quality of universities’ partnerships with industry. Such partnerships have been rising rapidly —...
IIT-Hyderabad innovation makes telecardiology cheaper
Telecardiology, when it was first introduced, was upheld as a technology that would revolutionise cardiac care by bridging the gap between primary and secondary care. It is undoubtedly a viable...
VIDEO: An Innovation that can Save Millions of Newborns Around the World
In our attempt to bring you ideas from around the world, here is a ground breaking invention which is capable of saving the lives of thousands of babies in underdeveloped and developing countries...
3 Out-of-the-box Medical Innovations To Improve Healthcare in Rural India
From producing oxygen whenever and wherever required to using fertilizer products for making anaesthetics, these medical innovations that came out of a jugaad-a-thon could improve health conditions...
NITI Aayog holds Consultations on Innovation and Entrepreneurship
NITI Aayog held a high level consultation on innovation and entrepreneurship with the Secretaries of the relevant government Departments/Ministries today. The meeting under the chairmanship of Vice...
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