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IIT Alumni Council to set up 6 research centres for startups
The proposed research centres are in engineered biomolecules, quantum technologies, nuclear sciences, imaging AI, electric transportation (including drones) and fintech, the council said in a statement.
Budget 2020 hits the right chord on data and technology: Is India Inc ready for the quantum leap?
Budget 2020 has stood out for its special f...
Finance Minister takes a Rs 8,000 crore quantum leap
CEO of Greyhound Research says that it is the right time for quantum investment as compa...
Budget 2020: Bold steps into a disruptive new economy
The boost given to digital and emerging technologies as the pivot for a disruptive new economy is very heartening to note. On the recent visit of NASSCOM leaders to Israel, we saw a huge collaborative opportunity to adopt their successful practices as an incubator and catalyst for driving innovation through deep technologies.
Budget 2020: Policy for data centre parks throughout country on anvil, says FM Sitharaman
The government has provided Rs 6,000 crore for BharatNet in FY21, she said adding that fibre-to-home through BharatNet will link 1 lakh gram panchayats this year.
Non-contact warfare will help in gaining advantage over adversary in future: Army chief
Army chief General Bipin Rawat said necessity was no longer the need for invention and innovations were driving technological advancement. "Non-contact warfare is gaining relevance in future wars. That is not to say that the man on the ground...with a rifle in his hand will no longer remain relevant. They will remain relevant all through the ages," he said.
Three high tech missions worth Rs 5,000 cr each in pipeline, likely to get govt nod soon: Official
The three missions - on quantum technology, methanol and electric mobility - will be in the order of Rs 5,000 crore each and is expected to get government approval in the next three months, Department of Science and Technology Secretary, Prof. Ashutosh Sharma, said.
Quantum technology gets a big boost in India
Quantum technology exploits the weird properties of quantum mechanics -- especially quantum entanglement, quantum superposition and quantum tunnelling -- into practical applications for computing, cryptography and "secure" communication.
Bose Institute to focus on quantum technology, synthetic biology in centenary year
Kolkata, Nov 29 (IANS) To mark its centenary, India's prestigious Bose Institute will bolster research in emerging areas of synthetic biology to redesign living systems and launch a novel programme in complex systems leading to quantum internets.
20th century quantum technology to help improve internet security
Researchers are working to develop nanoscale lasers and quantum technologies that might help computers communicate faster by using light instead of electricity.
FM's Rs 8,000 crore boost will help India bridge gap in Quantum computing with US, China
India’s department of science has a national mission on Quantum Technologies and Applications, which is collaborating with institutions and companies to build homegrown capablity in quantum technologies.
Budget 2020-21 aims to take a ‘Quantum’ jump; FM calls data the new oil
Talking about startups, the Finance Minister added that the base for knowledge driven enterprises needs to be expanded and several measures are planned in this regard which will benefit early stage startups.
Quantum supremacy chase: India in select country club
Once proven, the disruptive tech could be used to hack into any cyber security system in a matter of seconds.
Intel's woes delays US' plan to make a supercomputer for exascale computing
Intel’s problems make it close to impossible that Aurora will be installed on schedule, researchers and analysts said. And shifting a key component to foreign factories would undermine company and government hopes of an all-American design.
We will win future wars with Indian weapons: Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat
"I am quite confident that we will be successful in developing an indigenous Indian Industry that will ensure...which I have often repeatedly said...that we will win the future wars with Indian systems," Rawat said. General Rawat asserted that the Indian Army, therefore, has to remain at the forefront of technological embrace.