The 3D-Concrete, Printing Group at CSIR-Central Building Research Institute (CSIR-CBRI), Roorkee, carried out extensive experimental investigations and numerical studies on precast RC shear walls.
The sensor can non-invasively measure different biomarkers present in sweat such as lactate, Na+, K+, and its pH simultaneously.
The researchers of CSIR-CEERI have developed AI-powered Face Recognition based Attendance System (FRAS).
Soil liquefaction and its associated ground failures during an earthquake are major potential hazards.
Since the beginning of 2020, the spread of the COVID-19 virus has created panic across the globe, and so the WHO declared it as a pandemic.
A robust drug candidate for the treatment of infections due to parasites that have resistance to the antimalarial drugs including artemisinin.
A biosensing platform that can operate in dual transducing mode viz., Electrochemical (EC) and Photoelectrochemical mode (PEC) for the detection of lactate.
Postural stability is achieved by maintaining an upright body alignment against gravitational force and preserving the equilibrium of the Centre of Pressure (CoP) in an individual’s base of support.
CSIR-CBRI undertook a project to provide suitable design and strengthening measures for safety and stability of building foundations in hilly regions.
Human hair is a keratin and melanin-rich natural fibre and considered as one of the largest waste material produced by humans.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an inflammatory disease that affects the joints in the human body. It is the most common type of autoimmune disease.
Diabetic patients have to administer insulin regularly. Injecting it into the dorsal subcutaneous tissues is very painful for children, pregnant women, elderly and arthritis patients.
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