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Virat Markandeya
November 19, 2014
Using the AMPY alongside a half-hour run, for example, may provide three hours of smartphone recharge.


Virat Markandeya
November 18, 2014
Called Foldscope, the microscope can be cut out of paper and fitted together with small lenses, batteries and an LED to a make bookmark-sized microscope.


Virat Markandeya
November 18, 2014
Tactus Technology, a California-based company, has been working on buttons that physically morph out and then flatten back from a thin panel that can be placed over touchscreens.


Virat Markandeya
September 23, 2014
Tighter fuel economy standards are coming and what exists are fossil fuel burning options. So what are the options then to bridge these two things?


Virat Markandeya
Delhi, August 9, 2014
Building on methods developed by TERI and ONGC in India, Glori Energy, a Texas-based company, says it can extract another nine to 12 per cent - a third more than the oil originally extracted - while improving regular production by 60 to 100 per cent.


Virat Markandeya
July 17, 2014
Pizza boxes face a twin challenge: how to keep the pizzas warm but let the steam out so they don't get soggy. A Mumbai businessman found an elegant solution that has been patented in over 70 countries.


Virat Markandeya
July 1, 2014
Dave Smith, a former MIT graduate student, along with his then professor, Kripa Varanasi, came up with a neat solution: a surface coating that can be applied to the inside of the bottle to make the inside slippery, so the ketchup slides out easily.


Virat Markandeya
June 14, 2014
Iceotope, a UK-based company, has created a system that immerses server blades - literally dunks them - in a special fluid. Not only does this make the cooling system silent, without the whirr of the fan or the hum of the AC, the company says it reduces the power load of energy-hogging data centres by half.


Virat Markandeya
June 19, 2014
A Paris-based start-up, Gecko Biomedical has shown in animal testing that its adhesive can be elastic enough to hold heart tissue, despite the heart pumping at 180 beats per minute.


Virat Markandeya
May 26, 2011
A nanotech-based drug delivery system holds the promise of more effective brain tumour treatment.


Virat Markandeya and Suman Layak
February 2, 2011
In an exclusive interaction with BT, the Economics Nobel laureate said, \"Entrepreneurship is not just about creating opportunity for yourself; it is also about expanding that opportunity for others.\"


Virat Markandeya
February 1, 2011
Amartya Sen, Argumentative Indian, Harvard Professor, Nobel Laureate and formerly Master of Trinity, held forth on the idea of \"inclusive growth\" in an informal chat with BT several weeks before the CII launched its India Inclusive campaign in Davos.


Virat Markandeya and Josey Puliyenthuruthel
May 26, 2010
Applied Materials is the world's biggest solutions and equipment provider to the solar photovoltaic manufacturing industry. That vantage position gives Michael Splinter, Chairman and CEO of the $5-billion (fiscal 2009 revenues) company, a unique view of an industry in a tearing phase of growth worldwide.


Tejaswi Shekhawat And Virat Markandeya
January 8, 2009
...without sacking them. Corporates are increasingly putting in place telecommuting policies to cut costs and increase productivity.


Anumeha Chaturvedi and Virat Markandeya
May 30, 2008
Luxury goods purveyors, who see a rich market in India, are hunting for talent.


Virat Markandeya
May 30, 2008
Lawyers ride an M&A tailwind.


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