Value & Invest in Yourself!

If you are into financial investment, you’re probably very familiar with Mr. Warren Buffet (1951–present). He is the most successful investor in the world. His investment strategies are legendary and many people seek to learn after him. Even more respectable, he pledged to give away 99% of his wealth (more than $30 billions at the time of the pledge in 2006) ... Read More »

Powerful tool to monitor membrane proteins trafficking for drug discovery

Inside your body on the surface of cell membranes, a metaphorical communication and traffic network is underway as hormones – or chemical messengers – bind to cell membrane receptors to fine tune how the cell behaves. Once bound together, this hormone-receptor complex works to carry out a variety of functions by ferrying chemical signals from outside the cell and translating ... Read More »

Kochi Students Create Low-Cost Innovative Solution That Triples Hydroponics Yield

A group of students from the Federal Institute of Science and Technology (FISAT), Ernakulam, have developed a nutrition formula in hydroponics farming that gives three times more yield with lesser intake of water and fertilizers. The project was initiated in 2019 under the leadership of three assistant professors – Mahesh C, Bejoy Varghese and Rajesh TR. They continued experimenting even when ... Read More »

International Day of Action for Rivers: 2022

This year, the 25th anniversary of the day will be observed. It is a day which is dedicated to solidarity when several communities across the world come together with one voice to say that rivers matter. The day also highlights the importance of rivers to biodiversity. We all know that rivers are key to restoring and maintaining biodiversity across the world. ... Read More »

The Granaries of Acorn Woodpeckers

Woodpecker has not studied in top management school or certified, to exhibit it’s craft,  it is simply natural habit, how a woodpecker prepare for winter food… Here, lets find out… First, he finds a dead tree and starts making holes for the acorns. Each hole is made very thoughtfully, because if the hole is large, other birds can easily steal ... Read More »


Animals and plants have a huge contribution to our ecological system. They also contribute to the generic, social, economic, scientific, educational and human well-being of sustainable development. World Wildlife Day, observed on March 3 every year, is an opportunity to celebrate beautiful varied forms of wild fauna. It is also observed to raise awareness to conserve them. WORLD WILDLIFE DAY: ... Read More »

Die Empty: Unleash Your Best Work Everyday!

The most beautiful book to read is “Die Empty” by Todd Henry. The author was inspired and got this idea of writing ​​this book while attending a business meeting. When the director asked the audience: “Where is the richest land in the world?” One of the audience answered: “Oil-rich Gulf states.” Another added: “Diamond mines in Africa.” Then the director ... Read More »

VIVAN’s Innovative Solutions For A Better Tomorrow !!

As a Research & Technology Driven Company, we’re pleased to announce that we have successfully Developed and Commercialized :-   1.) 2,5-Furan dicarboxylic acid dimethyl ester (FDME) (CAS No. 4282-32-0) 2.) 2,5-Furan dicarboxylic acid (FDCA) (CAS no. 3238-40-2) for making Polyethylene Furanoate or PEF which is a 100% recyclable, bio-based polymer produced using renewable raw materials derived from plants. For more ... Read More »

International Day of Women and Girls in Science – 11th February

Science and gender equality are both vital for the achievement of the internationally agreed development goals, including the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Over the past decades, the global community has made a lot of effort in inspiring and engaging women and girls in science. Yet women and girls continue to be excluded from participating fully in science. In order ... Read More »

Ganges Research Sheds New Light On Aquatic Pollution, Could Help Protect Water Resources

Potentially ‘game changing’ findings of a newly published study on India’s River Ganges (Ganga)could be used to help tackle pollution in large bodies of water and protect precious water resources around the world. Water quality in rivers is affected by underpinning ‘natural’ hydrogeological and biogeochemical processes, as well as interactions between people and their environment that are accelerating stress on ... Read More »

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