BRICS S&T News

Reuters, 12 August 2021
China will draft new laws on national security, technology innovation, monopolies and education, as well as in areas involving foreigners, the national leadership said in a document published late on Wednesday. Read more...
Xinhua, 10 August 2021
Researchers have demonstrated that sulfur amendments can enhance the heavy metal uptake by plants and promote soil remediation. Read more...
Time of India, 07 August 2021
Indian Scientists, in partnership with experts from China, Russia and Brazil will carry out genomic sequence Read more...
Reuters, 03 August 2021
India reported 30,549 new cases of the coronavirus in the last 24 hours Read more...
TechWire Asia, 2 August 2021
Quantum computers can process complex information at a mind-boggling speed and should eventually vastly outperform even the most powerful of today’s conventional computers. Read more...
The Moscow Times, 30 July 2021
Brazil plans to cancel its orders for Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine, Reuters reported Thursday, as Moscow seeks to shore up domestic supplies in the face of a coronavirus surge fueled by the Delta variant. Read more...
The Moscow Times, 30 July 2021
Russia's troubled laboratory module Nauka on Thursday successfully docked with the International Space Station Read more...
The Week, 29 July 2021
The ultra-sensitive sensor can detect arsenic contamination in food within 15 minutes Read more...
The Moscow Times, 29 July 2021
Fuelled by summer heatwaves, wildfires have swept through Yakutia's swampy coniferous taiga. Read more...
ZDNet, 28 July 2021
The countries are discussing further bilateral cooperation in areas including artificial intelligence and smart cities; China calls for financing to translate theory into practice. Read more...
The Moscow Times, 28 July 2021
With the global move toward carbon neutrality and the prospect of imminent new regulation of its key export markets, the Russian leadership has finally been forced to focus on climate issues. Read more...
The Indian Express, 26 July 2021
The objective of Gaganyaan is to carry a crew of three to Low Earth Orbit (LEO), perform a set of predefined activities in space, and return them safely to a predefined destination on earth. Read more...
The Times of India, 26 July 2021
Scientists from India, Russia, Brazil and South Africa will collaborate on research Read more...
Financial Times, 25 July 2021
Thirty Iranian knowledge-based companies took part in Russia's MASK-2021 event, presenting the country's latest advancements in the aviation industry Read more...
Hindustan Times, 25 July 2021
India and the US can be true partners through joint efforts in making the next generation of quantum computers, achieving breakthroughs in the use of AI, Read more...
The Economist, 24 July 2021
Political instability and a shortage of funds are pushing scientists abroad Read more...
Reuters, 22 July 2021
Buried in a long U.S. indictment accusing China of a global cyberespionage campaign was a curious detail: Among the governments targeted by Chinese hackers was Cambodia, one of Beijing's most loyal Asian allies. Read more...
Reuters, 22 July 2021
India's Tata Group is taking a more vocal interest in rules shaping online marketplaces, hinting at ambitions as it reappraises its retail strategy just as e-commerce reform threatens to muddy plans. Read more...
Reuters, 22 July 2021
China rejected on Thursday a World Health Organization (WHO) plan for a second phase of an investigation into the origin of the coronavirus, which includes the hypothesis it could have escaped from a Chinese laboratory, a top health official said Read more...
The Indian Express, 22 July 2021
The 20-metric-ton (22-ton) module, named Nauka, is set to dock at the ISS in automatic mode on July 29 Read more...

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