Carbon Footprint

A carbon footprint is defined as the sum total of greenhouse gases produced from various activities. It is expressed in tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2). The carbon footprints are usually calculated for a nation or an entity such as an individual or an organisation for a certain time period, such as a year.Sustainable Development 129

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EMISAT

The rocket, PSLV-C45, in its 47th mission, injected the 436 kg EMISAT, aimed at electromagnetic measurement, alongwith 28 co-passenger satellites belonging to Lithuania, Spain, Switzerland and the US, into their designated orbits. What is EMISAT? The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launched the country’s first electronic surveillance satellite, EMISAT. EMISAT has been launched at height

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Circular Economy (CE) approach

What is a circular economy? A circular economy is a regenerative system in which resource input and waste, emission, and energy leakage are minimised by slowing, closing, and narrowing energy and material loops. This can be achieved through long-lasting design, maintenance, repair, reuse, remanufacturing, refurbishing, and closed recycling loops. This is in contrast to a

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Malwares: Reaper and Saposhi

New malware: Reaper and Saposhi

Cybersecurity agencies have detected new malwares called Reaper and Saposhi respectively. They are capable of taking over , devices and turn them into ‘bots’. These bots can be used for unwanted purposes, including a Distributed Denial Of Service attack. Such attack can cripple entire even large networks. Saposhi can take over over millions of devices at

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Working of Block Chain Technology

Block Chain Technology

Under this system, a transaction is stored online as a ‘block’. When the transaction is verified, it gets added to a chain of blocks. The transaction is considered complete only when it is verified by a certain number of computers on a network. New transactions add to the existing block chain in a chronological manner.

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Europe's Copernicus project

India joins Europe’s Copernicus project

India joins Europe’s Copernicus project India has joined Europe’s mega global arrangement of sharing data from Earth observation satellites, called Copernicus. What is the agreement? Data from a band of Indian remote sensing satellites will be available to the European Copernicus programme while designated Indian institutional users will in return get to access free data

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A new way to measure Kilograms: No Longer Linked to Physical Objects

A new way to measure Kilogram

A new way to measure Kilogram From 2019 onwards, the kilogram will get more accurate. The new artefacts ought to derive from the constants of nature that are all interdependent. The kilogram was the only one among the units still pegged to a real object. What Was the Earlier Measure of Kilogram? For 125 years,

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