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A group of students from JSS Mahavidyapeetha, collaborating across four institutes including JSS Science and Technology University, have developed a nanosatellite scheduled for launch in April 2024 by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). This 1.25 kg satellite, built at a cost of Rs 1.25 crore, embarks on a crucial mission to study the stability of drugs in microgravity conditions.

The experiment holds significant potential for the pharmaceutical and medical industries. By understanding how drug formulations react and behave in the unique environment of space, scientists can pave the way for advancements in drug development and space-based medical research.

This initiative not only showcases the innovative spirit of young Indian minds but also signifies a step forward in the nation’s burgeoning space exploration and research endeavors.