Blogs

  • Nepotism and Lobbying in Science - powerful impact

    Posted January 25, 2011 by Dr. Bhupender Singh

    We see the presence and discuss many a time but rarely found any solution. Impact could be (and many a time visible) and could be termed as a form of corruption in intellectual arena or tactics of education system (many other forms, terms and name could be designated). This is about the well he...

  • The Infosys Prizes: A new start to promote research

    Posted January 23, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    The Infosys Awards 2010 honoured six Indian scientists for their outstanding contribution to the science. The winners of Infosys awards 2010 are: Prof. Chandrashekhar Khare in Mathematical Sciences Prof. Sandip Trivedi in Physical Sciences Prof. Ashutosh Sharma in Engineering and Computer Scien...

  • Open Source Drug Discovery

    Posted January 15, 2011 by shamsudheen karuthedath vellarikkal

    Open Source Drug Discovery (OSDD) Project in its quest towards conquest of Tuberculosis, is launching a massive initiative to further the understanding of the biology of the causative organism, Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The objective is to accelerate the discovery of novel drugs for TB, a dis...

  • Research career: A tale of bankrupt intellectuality

    Posted December 29, 2010 by RANJEET KUMAR

    Research today has been more of a paper driven than passion driven. There is a growing community which chooses a research problem that can be solved and is easy. This can be very well understood by scenarios where nothing new is coming out except burgeoning pile of literature. Therefore the student ...

  • ‘Macromolecular crowding’, 'Anomalous subdiffusion' and 'self g

    Posted December 27, 2010 by I.R. Bhattacharjee

    ‘Macromolecular crowding’,  'Anomalous subdiffusion' & 'Self gravitational waves'                                   I.R...

  • What we can do to make our India again "Golden Sparrow"

    Posted December 17, 2010 by Parveen Bazard

    This is my addition or you can say, comment to Bhupender’s blog (Golden Sparrow to Corrupt India). In fact, I tried to put this as a comment in that blog. But I guess numbers of words are more. So, didn't succeed. Few days back, I read a chapter from Mr. Narayana Murthy's book "How can we sto...

  • Golden Sparrow to Corrupt India

    Posted December 15, 2010 by Dr. Bhupender Singh

    The year 2010 is knocking to end its time, only left with few thoughts to look back; what happened during this period in human progress and development. It was full of achievements for some, with lot of contributions for some, success, achievements, progress, benefit and for some it was not so. But ...

  • KICHAMMI TAKES ON EINSTEIN

    Posted December 13, 2010 by Venkatesan Krishna Moorthy

    KICHAMMI TAKES ON EINSTEIN  By V.Krishna Moorthy "Evidently nature can no longer be seen as matter and energy alone. Nor can all her secrets be unlocked with the keys of chemistry and physics, brilliantly successful as these two branches of science have been in our century. A third compone...

  • attitude of haryana govt towords heigher education

    Posted November 17, 2010 by Satish Khasa

    recently govt of haryana issued a circular regarding work load and stay in college that every teacher must take 33 periods perweek and stay in compus for at least six hour per day.2ndly universities assign their duties to the Perincipals towards practical & theory eximinationduties at there on ...

  • Biomechanics of intrinsic gravity

    Posted November 15, 2010 by I.R. Bhattacharjee

    Biomechanics of intrinsic gravity                                       Biomechanics is the science concerned ...