Bhabha Current Affairs, GK & News
For the first time in India’s strategic atomic energy sector, the transfer of power at the highest level took place in a foreign country. Kamlesh Nilakanth Vyas, the newly-appointed Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) took charge from incumbent Sekhar Basu in Vienna, Austria on September 20, 2018. Vyas is also the Secretary to ..
Topics: Atomic Energy Commission of India • Bhabha • Department of Atomic Energy • International Atomic Energy Agency • Nuclear energy in India • Nuclear proliferation • Ravi Grover • Science and technology in India • Sekhar Basu
Smitha V. Crishna, a third-generation heir of the Godrej family, has been ranked first in the Kotak Wealth Hurun-Leading Wealthy Women 2018 list with an estimated wealth of Rs 37,570 crore. In 2014, she made news with the purchase of a bungalow that belonged to Dr. Homi J. Bhabha for Rs 371 crore. Roshni Nadar, ..
The 4th edition of Global Exhibition on services (GES-2018) has been inaugurated by President Ram Nath Kovind at Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai on May 15. He has also released the logo for Services and launched the portal. 25 Indian states and around 100 countries are expected to participate in Global Exhibition on Services, this ..
Newton Bhabha Fund will aid India and UK in engaging and expanding the scope of relations as The Newton Bhabha Fund aims to bring together the UK and Indian scientific research and innovation sectors to find joint solutions to the challenges facing India in economic development and social welfare. The Newton Bhabha Fund will use ..
India Government Mint (IGM), a unit of Security Printing and Minting Corp of India Ltd has launched India’s first home-grown high purity gold reference standard –Bharatiya Nirdeshak Dravya (BND-4201). Launched by India Government Mint (IGM) in collaboration with Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) and CSIR-National Physical Laboratory (NPL), National Centre for Compositional Characterisation of Materials ..
India-UK Joint Team wins Newton-Bhabha Fund for project on Groundwater Arsenic Research in Ganga River Basin
An India-UK Joint Team has won the Newton-Bhabha Fund for a project on Groundwater Arsenic Research in Ganga River Basin. The Department of Science and Technology has undertaken the project with the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) of United Kingdom (UK) to find solutions to the water challenges faced in the pervasively arsenic-affected Ganga River ..
Topics: Arsenic • Arsenic contamination of groundwater • Bhabha • Chemical elements • Chemistry • Geotechnical engineering • Groundwater • Hydraulic engineering • Lithosphere • Physical sciences • Water