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Archived Research Highlights

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Unravelling The Secret Behind The Identities Of Chimera

Undergraduate Student from IIT Bombay reveals the origin of the ‘chimera state’ in coupled oscillators

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Reaping Profits From Microalgal Biorefineries

Scientists from IIT Bombay assess the impact of market demand for coproducts and carbon capture on the profitability of microalgae biorefineries

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Demystifying the mist

Experimental evidence from IIT Bombay supports new theory to explain how liquid sheets turn to mist

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Earthquake or a Flood? Software Comes to the Rescue!

Researchers propose a system to enable faster search of satellite images to help in rescue operations.

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Now, Your Computer Can Tell When You Are Being Sarcastic Too. Really!

IIT Bombay researchers survey different approaches to automatically detect sarcastic texts using computers

The Internet is the world’s largest ‘suggestion box’. Haven’t we all looked at the reviews left

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Climate Change Affects Ports in India

Researchers from IIT Bombay use simulations to predict future shoreline changes in Paradip Port of Odisha, India.

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Redesigning Chawls To Allow Fresh Air

IIT Bombay researchers study the effects of poor ventilation on occupants of low-income households

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Going Green by Reclaiming Green Sand

Researchers develop a highly effective solution for recovering green sand in small and medium foundries.

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Nanoparticles to ‘Sniff’ Cancer, Explosives and More

Researchers from IIT Bombay develop a system for fast and accurate detection of molecules

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Technology to Tackle the Toxic Arsenic

Researchers from IIT Bombay build low cost, easy to maintain arsenic filters for rural communities.Excess of arsenic in drinking water leads to arsenic poisoning which is linked to cancer, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes in adults and cognitive impairments in unborn babies.Now, researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay) have developed a filter that can reduce arsenic content in drinking water to acceptable levels.

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