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Archived Research Highlights

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Jammer Proofing Communication Systems

A theoretical study from IIT Bombay can help make our military communication more robust

The security and reliability of communication systems used in military applications are uncompromisable. Jammers can disrupt radio communication in a locality; a strategy the military is shown to use while attacking terrorist camps in a recent movie. Knowing how jammers behave in various conditions becomes significant.

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Cutting Pesticide Costs in Cotton Farms

Study explores how farmers spend on pesticides in cotton farms based on land size, irrigation and tenancy.

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Welcome AJIT, a ‘Made in India’ Microprocessor

Researchers at IIT Bombay develop the country’s first indigenously designed and fabricated microprocessor.

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Methods of Archimedes and Bhāskara to Help Teaching

Researchers compare how the Greek and Indian mathematicians measured the surface area of a sphere

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Nanobubbles To Aid Drug Delivery To Tumours

Scientists develop a  carrier that can deliver drugs more efficiently when triggered by ultrasound

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Research group from IIT Bombay recognised for their work that shows a scientific basis for homoeopathic medicines and its connection to nanotechnology

In the recently announced AYUSH awards presented by the Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS), an autonomous body of the Ministry of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy), a research group from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay has won two top prestigious awards.  

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Atomic Hydrogen to Help Make Graphene

Scientists from IIT Bombay devise a method to grow nanographene on copper using atomic hydrogen at lower temperatures.

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Graphene for Faster and Compact Electronics

Researchers from IIT Bombay fabricate highly efficient transistors using graphene nanoribbons

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Prof. Vikram Vishal of IIT Bombay wins NASI Young Scientist Award for his work on tapping shale gas in India

Prof. Vikram Vishal, Assistant Professor at the Department of Earth Sciences at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, was recently awarded the prestigious NASI Young Scientist Award - 2018 for his work on unconventional hydrocarbons. He is one of the 20 researchers across the country, to be awarded the annual prize for exceptional research in the field of Electronics, Engineering, Chemical Sciences, Physical Sciences and Plant Sciences. 

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Using the Crowd to Improve Location Accuracy

Researchers from IIT Bombay develop a mobile application for better positioning using data from neighbouring mobiles

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