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After interactive humanoids, this Lalitpur-based start-up is developing ventilators: As cases of Covid-19 rise, Paaila Technology becomes the first start-up in the country to make portable ventilators and robot nurses to assist health facilities in case of an overwhelming outbreak, by Srizu Bajracharya (kp 12/05/2020)

Algorithmocracy: What the future may hold: Artificial intelligence is changing society, for better or for worse, but Nepal is lagging behind, by Bimal Pratap Shah (kp 18/02/2020)

Nepal should gamble on artificial intelligence: Artificial intelligence is an essential part of the fourth industrial revolution, and Nepal can still catch up to global developments, by Prashnna Gyawali (kp 03/01/2020)

Designed and made in Nepal: Project Zero starts from zero to manufacture electric motorcycles in Nepal, by Sushma Baraili (nt 27/12/2019)

No buyer for China-gifted induction stoves, by Sujita Pradhan (rep 09/12/2019)

Technical education: Focus on practical work, by Uttam Neupane (ht 24/10/2019)

Young scientists showcase their innovations in conference (ht 22/10/2019)

Nepal has a lot of catching up to do in terms of digital technology: We need to do a lot of brainstorming in order to formulate policies that help develop our economy—especially when it comes to innovation and technology (kp 14/10/23019)

Technical difficulties in mass printer delay smart licence printing: There are around 7,000 new applicants every day but only 1,500 cards are being printed currently, by Shuvam Dhungana (kp28/09/2019)

NepaliSat-1 ground station starts functioning (ht 13/09/2019)

Stakeholders stress need for space law: NepaliSat-1 ground station under radio communication regulation, by Ujjwal Satyal (ht 01/09/2019)

Nepal’s first satellite starts revolving around Earth: Country, however, turns to Bhutan to receive information as it lacks ground station, by Ujjwal Satyal (ht 19/06/2019) [???!!!], Construction of ground station still in limbo (ht 07/07/2019)

Nepal’s first satellite to be deployed in space on June 17 (ht 22/05/2019)

Policy on artificial intelligenceWith governments considering data-protection laws, the time is right to discuss plans, by Rohan Samarajiva (kp 28/04/2019)

NepaliSat-1 to be launched tomorrow (ht 17/04/2019), Nepal’s first satellite, NepaliSat-1, launched: It will revolve around the earth four times a day, by Ujjwal Satyal (ht 19/04/2019), Nepali scientists in US launch nano satellite, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 19/04/2019), NepaliSat-1 reaches International Space Station (ht 23/04/2019), NepaliSat-1: A Space Breakthrough, by Uttam Maharjan (rn 25/04/2019)

Nepal to launch own satellite on April 17 (ht 04/04/2019)

22-year-old makes a hybrid car, by Binod Pariyar (rep 19/02/2019)

Electric scooters yet to gain traction in Nepal, by Krishana Prasain (kp 28/01/2019)

Get smart: If the city’s ‘smart’ plans do not empower citizens, they will go to waste (kp 24/01/2019)

Technology for the disabled: Maximising opportunities, by Rajesh Man KC (ht 10/01/2019)

Bhimapokhara locals loving smoke-free stove, by Sangam Gharti Magar (rep 08/01/2019)

Nepal launching own satellites by mid-May (ht 03/01/2019)

Nepal to launch its own satellite in a year, by Chhatra Karki (kp 16/10/2018)

All hail science: Advancements in technology have made a huge economic impact on modern Nepal, by Shraddha Gautam (kp 28/06/2018)

Govt to prioritise use of green technology (kp 26/04/2018)

Natural Intelligence: Creating a specialised talent pool in Nepal on Artificial Intelligence and drone making, by Duksangh Sherpa (nt 16/02/2018)

Vigilance lab dawdles for ten months without skilled staff (kp 11/02/2018)

Saving the earth with earth bricks: Kathmandu Valley’s air can be cleaner and its houses safer and cheaper to make with these new building blocks, by Sonia Awale (nt 26/01/2018)

Promoting EVs: Once the scheme kick starts, the consumption of liquefied petroleum products which is mostly used for cooking purpose will be replaced with electricity (ht 25/09/2017)

‘Young engineers make Nepal’s first smart wheelchair’ (ht 05/09/2017)

Farming in a time warp: Technology has pervaded every sphere of life in Nepal - except the agriculture sector, by Menila Kharel (kp 27/08/2017)

Committee to recommend modality for urea plant, by Bibek Subedi (kp 05/08/2017)

Tractor imports come to a screeching halt, by Binod Bhandari (kp 29/07/2017)

China-granted induction stoves to be sold (ht 11/02/2017)

Developers of Nepali voting machine feel discouraged, by Bhadra Sharma (rep 09/02/2017)

Tipping the scales: Weighing goods has become easier thanks to digital scales—but so has cheating, by Nirajan Pudasaini (kp 07/02/2017)

International ICT conference under way (ht 30/01/2017)

NVC close to setting up lab to test construction materials, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 17/01/2017)

Science labs to be set up in all provinces: PM; Dahal says a prosperous country cannot be built without the development of science and technology (kp), PM promises science labs for all seven provinces’ (ht 06/12/2016)

Experts stress on clean cooking solution for all (kp 05/11/2016)

Digital dividends: Govt should formulate a clear policy on using technological innovations for development (kp 25/10/2016)

In support of Mahabir: Nepal’s piecemeal approach to the development of science and technology becomes apparent from the paltry budget allocated to it, by Deepak Thapa (kp 25/08/2016)

Transfer of technology: Costs and benefits, by Girish P. Pant (ht 06/05/2016)

Nat’l Science conference from March 29 (kp 26/03/2016)

Yantra 4.0: The evolution of Nepali tech, by Rajesh SJB Rana (kp 23/12/2015)

Clean brick kiln design launched: The design manual was launched to support construction of improved brick kilns after the massive earthquake (kp 02/10/2015), Improved kiln designs launched: New technology aims to reduce emission of harmful pollutants (ht 02/10/2015)

Engineering profession: Declining values, by Keshav Raj Gyavali(ht 24/04/2015)

ICT for development: It deserves top priority, by Keshav Raj Gyawali (ht 23/12/2014)

Youth generates power using ‘gearbox’ (kp 06/10/2014)

Improved Water Mills: Energy Source Of Rural Nepal, by Tara Basyal (rn 05/09/2014)

Ropeway takes weight off farmers’ shoulders (kp 15/08/2014)

Stoves and toilets, by Buddha Basnyat (nt 08/08/2014)

Changing chulhos, by Laxmi Prasad Ngakusi (kp 08/02/2014)

Knowledge society: Bridging the technological divide, by Bhuwan Adhikari (ht 29/01/2014)

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