BRICS S&T News

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...
The Hindu, 21 July 2021
As he dissects the varied and unusual themes of his first book ‘Space. Life. Matter.’, journalist-author Hari Pulakkat explains where India stands in the global space of science research Read more...
Time of India, 20 July 2021
Compared to developed nations like the US, UK, Germany and France per cent wise then India Read more...
AP, 20 July 2021
India’s excess deaths during the pandemic could be a staggering 10 times the official COVID-19 toll, likely making it modern India’s worst human tragedy Read more...
The Rio Times, 19 July 2021
A fully Brazilian vaccine against Covid-19 - Versamune - is currently the most advanced in Brazil and may be included in the National Immunization Plan (PNI) at the end of this year on an emergency basis, according to the Ministry Read more...
Global Times, 19 July 2021
China's Ministry of Science and Technology, along with 12 other ministries, issued detailed measures on Monday aimed at creating an environment to fully spur the vigor of innovation among women and support their development to play a bigger role in China Read more...
Mint, 12 July 2021
The Indian space program and the research conducted by ISRO is much more advanced than the Chinese space agencies as we have indigenously developed the technology and have not been dependent on other countries, said Padma Prof. RM Vasagam Read more...
India Today, 11 July 2021
Union Minister Jitendra Singh said the Department of Science and Technology (DST) should make efforts to set up the first-of-its-kind National Science and Technology Research University. Read more...
TASS, 15 July 2021
A roundtable discussion is held in the House of the Russian Historical Society as part of events of the Year of Science and Technology Read more...
World Economic Forum, 14 July 2021
Women remain a significant minority in the scientific fields driving the digital revolution, amid a general skills shortage that’s holding back progress Read more...
ZDNet, 14 July 2021
The facility is expected to stimulate interactions between the government, universities, industry, citizens and the environment. Read more...
Republic World, 11 July 2021
Jitendra Singh, Minister of State Science and Technology in a meeting asked DST to plan for India's first National S&T Research University Read more...
Space, 8 July 2021
China appears to be returning to its pre-pandemic pace of launching back-to-back space missions. Read more...

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