'Quantum supremacy' and the threat it poses to data storage, digital economy
Encryption has made the use of data safe. Will 'quantum supremacy' alter that?
Quantum leap: India's vital role in new space age
The success of Gaganyaan will enormously elevate India’s credentials for human spaceflights...
From the image of a black hole to 'artificial embryos', 2019 was the year of many firsts in science
There were many firsts in the micro world...
Businesses erring in ignoring quantum technology: PwC
Last year, Google unveiled the world's largest quantum computer processor of 72 qubits realised on a superconducting system. For businesses to drag their feet on quantum technology right now is an error as its disruptive impact is getting closer.
Nine women scientists who are doing phenomenal work
These nine women scientists have aimed for the moon, dissected the brain and shattered glass ceilings.
World's first quantum computing machine made in China
Quantum computing could in some ways dwarf the processing power of today's supercomputers, according to researchers.
India should not miss golden chance to change growth orbit
We need to raise a new dollar flow to keep on consuming oil, gold and electronics.
Will be too late if work doesn't begin on incorporating AI into armed forces' system: General Rawat
Addressing the Army Technology Seminar at Manekshaw Centre here, he said, it will be "too late" if we don't start work on AI and big data.
How making low cost OLED screens have become a top priority for researchers in India
Rajeswaran and IIT Madras are developing the initial ideas for an R&D project to manufacture OLED screens at low cost in the country.
Lok Sabha polls 2014: Moderate to high turnout in Round 7 of polling
In Gujarat, BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and party veteran L K Advani were among the early voters in Gandhinagar.
GST must be ushered in soon; no need to aim for a perfect tax right now
The lure for the 'best' should not become the roadblock for a 'good' scheme. As one proceeds, things can be improved.
India against corruption: Arvind Kejriwal, Team Anna decide to join political class
Kejriwal's quantum jump from civil society activism into electoral politics stands in stark contrast to what he used to spout at high-charged public gatherings.
RIL-RNRL verdict: Market experts' opinions
In a landmark judgement for corporate India, the Supreme Court on Friday ruled 2:1 in favour of Reliance Industries in the RIL-RNRL. Here are a few market experts' opinions on what the impact of the RIL-RNRL verdict on the market is likely to be.
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