BRICS S&T News

The Guardian, 27 September 2017
A team of scientists and reef managers say it’s time to consider ‘riskier’ and unconventional ways to save the world’s coral habitats. Read more...
The Washington Post, 26 September 2017
Congressional leaders on Tuesday expanded their investigation into Moscow’s use of social media to meddle in the 2016 election demanding that Twitter, Facebook and Google hand over any Russian-bought ads targeting the American debate over fracking Read more...
The Hans India, 26 September 2017
India’s rendezvous with the red planet continues as its celebrated Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) completes three years in orbit Read more...
The New Indian Express, 25 September 2017
They win big at any event they take part in and register their institution’s name widely. Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology & Research Academy (SASTRA) University of Thanjavur Read more...
The New York Times, 23 September 2017
Maybe “some are rapists,” in Donald Trump’s nasty words. But many are geniuses. Read more...
The Diplomat, 22 September 2017
China’s ambitious space project is rapidly moving forward. Read more...
The Telegraph, 21 September 2017
China has again launched the world's fastest bullet train on Thursday, running at 350 kilometres (217 miles) per hour. Read more...
CNBC, 21 September 2017
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday that Facebook will share information with Congress about suspected Russian-linked election ads. Read more...
The Nation, 19 September 2017
‘Non-proliferation will only work if all states are willing to cooperate, and that will only happen if all feel they are being treated fairly.’ John Bruton, Former EU Ambassador to the US. Read more...
The New York Times, 17 September 2017
When North Korea launched long-range missiles this summer, and again on Friday, demonstrating its ability to strike Guam and perhaps the United States mainland, Read more...
The Hindu, 16 September 2017
The birch bark scroll is known as the Bakhshali manuscript after the village, which is now in Pakistan, where it was found buried in 1881. Read more...
Council on Foreign Relations, 15 September 2017
This week: Kaspersky booted from U.S. government computers, the White House voids a Chinese acquisition, Bitcoin takes a tumble, and Facebook announces monetization guidelines. Read more...
The Guardian, 15 September 2017
Atomic bombs ‘Fat Man’ and ‘Little Boy’ exploded over Nagasaki and Hiroshima 72 years ago creating a lasting nuclear taboo – until now. What has changed? Read more...
The Hindu, 14 September 2017
Directory of Open Access Journals flags them “for suspected editorial misconduct” Read more...
The Straits Times, 12 September 2017
Investments in human capital and global outlook pay off for East Asia, but the rest of Asia, the Middle East and Latin America need to catch up. Read more...
The Indian Express, 12 September 2017
During the visit, the two sides are expected to discuss bilateral cooperation in defence and security, trade and investment, science and technology and people to people exchanges. Read more...
The Economic Times, 11 September 2017
When you buy a product from an online marketplace, have you ever wondered how your order gets processed among millions of others? Read more...
Daily Mail, 11 September 2017
A new propaganda video claims that scientists in China have created a working prototype of the 'impossible' fuel-free engine. Read more...
ZD Net, 11 September 2017
The cooperation agreement will allow researchers from both countries to work together more closely on technology and science innovation projects. Read more...
The sentinel, 10 September 2017
Assam Governor Banwarilal Purohit inaugurated the VIBHA-VANI, a Northeast Zonal Workshop, at the Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology (IASST) auditorium, Paschim Boragaon inGuwahati on Saturday. Read more...

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