Vijay Bhatkar, eminent scientist and architect of PARAM series of supercomputers, underlines a dire need for filing innovative patents through researchers in the field of information and communication technology.
Technology has become an integral part of human life. Information and communication technology (ICT) is a force to reckon with in every field right from education, administration, communication and healthcare to governance. From the Indian perspective, technology is reaching the grassroots and the country needs good engineers and researchers to take it further. Invention of transistors in laboratory, which won the Nobel Prize, was a landmark research. This field gradually spread its wings encompassing electronics, semiconductors and microprocessors . Computers, supercomputers , Internet, web-tech and mobile are all manifestations of ICT. Computing and IT research is far-reaching . It is the base of human evolution as no other field has transformed human life so much. Read more
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