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Cryogenics

Why in News Cryogenics:  ISRO has achieved a significant milestone in human rating its CE20 cryogenics engine, vital for Gaganyaan missions, completing final ground qualification tests. About Cryogenics Cryogenics involves handling materials at temperatures below -153°C, focusing on the extreme cooling of substances. Unlike conventional refrigeration, cryogenics deals with conditions where everyday gases like hydrogen …

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Anti-tank Guided Missile Weapon System

Why in News Anti-tank Guided Missile Weapon System: DRDO & Indian Army conduct successful trials of indigenous Man Portable Anti-tank Guided Missile Weapon System. About Anti-tank Guided Missile Weapon System Anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs) are specialized munitions designed to target and destroy heavily armored military vehicles. Size Variants: Small ATGMs are portable by a single …

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Hubble Tension

Why in News Hubble Tension: A recent publication led by scientists from Germany and the U.K. presents a groundbreaking interpretation for the Hubble tension, offering a radical explanation for the phenomenon. About Hubble Tension: The “Hubble tension” denotes a disparity in the measurements of the rate of the universe’s expansion, represented by the Hubble constant …

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Doxxing

Why in News Doxxing: Recent, there has been a surge in doxxing occurrences online worldwide. About Doxxing Doxxing, or doxxing, refers to the act of publicly sharing an individual’s private information online without their consent. This includes sensitive data like home addresses, phone numbers, email IDs, medical records, government documents, and more, often obtained through …

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White Rabbit Technology

Why in News White Rabbit Technology: CERN has initiated the White Rabbit Collaboration with the goal of preserving and furthering the White Rabbit technology. Understanding White Rabbit Technology Advancing Time Synchronization: White Rabbit technology is designed to synchronize devices in accelerators to sub-nanosecond precision, addressing the challenge of establishing a unified time framework across networks. …

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Havana syndrome

Why in News Havana syndrome: Recently, Russia has rejected allegations from a collaborative media inquiry that connected a Russian military intelligence division to the ‘Havana syndrome,’ a condition that impacted US diplomats and spies around the world. Understanding Havana Syndrome It is refers to a cluster of mental health symptoms reportedly experienced by US intelligence …

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Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology Nanoscience and Nanotechnology involve the investigation and application of extremely small constituents. This field involves the study of materials at the nanometer scale, typically ranging between 1 and 100 nanometers. These materials exhibit distinctive optical, magnetic, or electrical characteristics. Instances of nanoscale particles comprise: Ultrafine particulate matter Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) Nanoparticles Various industrial fields …

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Eco-Niwas Samhita (ENS)

Why in News: The Eco-Niwas Samhita (ENS) has introduced a new metric known as the Residential Envelope Transmittance Value (RETV), which assesses the rate of heat transfer across a building’s envelope. About Eco-Niwas Samhita Development by Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE): The Eco-Niwas Samhita (ENS) is a Residential Energy Conservation Building code crafted by the …

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DEEPFAKES

Why in the news DEEPFAKES? The Center recently issued an advisory to social media intermediaries to spot deepfakes and false material. About Deepfakes Deepfakes synthetic media, typically videos, that creates using artificial intelligence techniques like deep learning. They involve superimposing or replacing existing content in videos with digitally manipulated content, often featuring people doing or …

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DEADLY FUNGUS CANDIDA AURIS, THAT IS RAPIDLY SPREADING IN US?

Introduction to DEADLY FUNGUS CANDIDA AURIS: In the US, a deadly fungus infection known as Candida Auris is spreading quickly. Four individuals in the state of Washington tested positive recently. Doctors warn that even while infections are rare, they can nevertheless pose a risk because of their high death rate, resistance to medications, and ease …

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