Nanotechnology brings novel properties to matter and varied uses in materials, computers, energy, machines, environmental remediation, medicine etc. Nanotechnology is still nascent and we will see a lot of innovations in the coming decades.
After India reached a peak of COVID-19 in mid-September, the caseload has been declining for over a month. Some experts believe that the COVID-19 pandemic may have already peaked and, if the usage of masks and social distancing measures continue, the disease may “run its course” by February 2021. However, many experts fear that the festive season along with the onset of winter may lead to a second wave of infections across the country, which may be much stronger than the first.