Observational records, demographic study and climate projections provide abundant evidence that freshwater resources are vulnerable and have the potential to be strongly impacted by climate change, with wide-ranging consequences for human societies and ecosystems.
The Centre, in collaboration with Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) has designed and developed a new gallery on nuclear power. The new gallery has hands on exhibits on various aspects of nuclear energy and its many uses- in nuclear power generation as well as non-power applications. The exhibits are also related to curriculum based such as atomic structure, process of nuclear reactions etc.
Indian Heritage in Science & Technology has a long history of 4500 years. Our Science and Technology Heritage exhibition depicts how, in course of time, side by side with art and literature, there grew up on Indian soil, a very rich scientific and technological culture.
A gallery on Human Biology is latest one added in the fourth floor of the Centre. The gallery aims to portray the human body in all its aspects: anatomical, physiological, biochemical, structural, functional and systemic.
The new gallery is a recreation of world that none of us have seen as it existed millions of year ago and many of its life forms have become extinct by now.
Science has always been a subject which has been dealt with a lot of seriousness in schools. This text bookish approach has made science a very drab and uninteresting subject in the impressionable minds of young children.
The story of evolution of Communication Technology over past 6000 years in India is told here in a large exposition. While moving through time, one experiences the relation between technology and culture through history in this rare show. The gallery showcases the earliest as well the latest form of communication and their impact on society.
Have you ever wondered what your house will look like from space? Or whether you can ever see an image of your own heart which beats unceasingly to keep you alive? When you read of water shortages, have you ever contemplated if the water from our vast oceans can be made suitable for drinking?