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TrashIN: Digitizing waste supply chain with an online marketplace
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The company aims to bring together different stakeholders in the waste management ecosystem on one...
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Derma Aid: The skincare app for GPs and healthcare workers
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Developed by Nurithm Labs, the app addresses the problems of access and accuracy in clinical...
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MedPrime’s digital microscopes set to bring about sweeping changes in pathology services
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Co-founders Samrat, Greeshma Unnikrishnan, Mahesh Kumar Rathor, and Binil Jacob The startup’s Cilika product line,...
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Ecowrap has emerged as a one stop solution for waste segregation, collection, tracking, recycling, and up-cycling
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By incentivising the housekeeping staff of hotels, restaurants and cafes, the Jaipur-based startup builds a...
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Clean Energy start-up Devidayal Solar’s refrigerators are powering women’s economic empowerment
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The startup’s off-grid cooling solutions are aimed at women entrepreneurs running dairies, fruit-pulp processing units,...
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Freedom@75: A Startup Revolution
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By Manoj Kumar Entrepreneurism has become critical to modern India’s identity and self-image. But an...
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India’s Waste Tech start-ups are driving sweeping change
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By Madhushree BN and Poorvaja Arun Kumar While the environmental and health impacts of improper...
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5 breakthrough technologies in the fight against climate change
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From sequestering carbon to developing fast-charging, long-lasting EV batteries, the next wave of innovations may...
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Tech Innovations and Waste Pickers can save our planet from the garbage menace
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An estimated 1.5 million to 4 million waste pickers collect, clean, sort and segregate our...
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Krishi Mangal: A Game-Changer for Agriculture and Allied Value-Chain
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Indian agriculture today stands at a crossroad. On one hand, it suffers from less-than-optimal productivity,...
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