The Government of India is inviting technological and innovative solutions from citizens for strengthening the fight against Coronavirus.
What makes a City Smart? This question has become more relevant today than ever before in the history of modern urbanisation!
Recently, a study conducted by Conservation International (CI), Indonesia, camera-trapped an impressive 29 animal species in North Sumatra.
Kaagaz is a light, sharable piece of paper on the cloud that supports multiple vernaculars and is an environmentalist’s shiniest daydream come to life.
A National Interaction-Cum-Evaluation Workshop for Environment Information System recently took place in New Delhi.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 51 (starting December 19), 2011
A two days National Seminar on the topic “Media and The New World Order” was organized on 4 & 5 February 2011 by the University of Delhi in its North campus situated Conference Center. The seminar was aimed at highlighting the work done by various research and academic institutes in […]
Free and open source software, also F/OSS, FOSS, or FLOSS (free/libre/open source software) is software that is liberally licensed to grant the right of users to use, study, change, and improve its design through the availability of its source code. And without worrying about licensing and copyrights. This means there […]