The main goal in the airline business is making customers happy. Airlines always try to offer better services than their rivals. A professor from the University of Missouri used artificial intelligence (AI) to study customer reviews and find out what airlines need to improve.
Anil Singhal, MD
Clearing the Air: Addressing Health Disparities and Uncovering Social Factors in PM2.5 Pollution Exposure
A new study led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health suggests that implementing stronger regulations to lower levels of fine particulate air pollutants (PM2.5) would benefit the health of all Americans, with Black Americans and low-income Americans likely to reap the most benefits, including a lower risk of premature death.
Riding the Winds of Change: Tamil Nadu’s Inspirational Journey Towards a Wind Energy Revolution
On Sunday, Tamil Nadu utilized 26.8 million units of wind power, marking the beginning of the new wind season, according to K. Kasthurirangaian, the president of the Indian Wind Power Association.
Reducing Waste and Promoting Sustainability: Ideas for Global Waste Management Practices
As part of their sustainability efforts towards reducing and recycling e-waste, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL), a Fortune Global 500 Company and a ‘Maharatna’, has launched a special initiative called “Sound Management of Waste Disposal (SMWD)”.
Turning Waste into Value: Innovative Solutions for Sustainable Waste Management
Gold nanoparticles supported on a zirconium oxide surface have been discovered by researchers at Tokyo Metropolitan University to be effective in converting waste materials such as biomass and polyester into organosilane compounds. These compounds are valuable chemicals used in a variety of applications, and the new process takes advantage of the cooperative nature of gold
Innovative Technologies Transforming Stem Cell Manufacturing for Safer and More Effective Treatments
The UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is currently testing a new robotic system called the CellQualia Intelligent Cell Processing System, which has the potential to revolutionize the production of stem cell-based therapeutics. Stem cells are valuable in medicine because they can replace damaged or lost cells due to diseases.
The Rise of Millet: A Solution to Food Security and Climate Change Promoting Sustainable Agriculture and Economic Growth
During the Global Millets (Shree Anna) Conference in New Delhi, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his confidence that the market and associated ecosystem of Shree Anna will strengthen the rural economy and benefit the country’s 2.5 crore marginal farmers. He highlighted the climate-resilient quality of millet and its potential to combat water crisis issues.
Milk for Progress: Lessons from India’s Dairy Sector
During the concluding session of the 49th Dairy Industries Conference in Gandhinagar, Indian Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah announced that India’s share in the global dairy sector is set to rise to 33% in the coming years. The minister revealed that the government is planning to establish 200,000 rural dairies at the Panchayat level nationwide, which would boost the annual growth rate of the Indian dairy sector from the current 6.6% to 13.8%.
Wingify Earth: Educating Children and Families on Environmental Sustainability
Air pollution is a grave concern in India, especially in Delhi. Wingify aims to educate young children and their families about simple and affordable actions that can be taken daily to help clean Delhi’s air, safeguard human health, lower medical expenses, and preserve the environment.
Promoting Environmental Sustainability through Livelihood Generation
For over four years, TERI has been actively involved in various initiatives aimed at enhancing the sustainability of Pathardi village, located in Mokhada, Palghar. The organization has implemented several projects focusing on food, energy, and water security to make the village self-sufficient.