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Indian Scientists & Technocrats: MIT Technological Review

(Continued) Every young student seeking higher degree in engineering dreams of getting into Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. I also did once some fifty plus years ago. However, only few are lucky. It is interesting to learn about the way … Continue reading

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Indian Scientists & Technocrats: MIT Technological Review

MIT Technological Review is now having an Indian edition, and its contribution in encouraging innovators in India is significant to observe. Here are some of the top Indian innovators selected by the MIT Technology Review India. The best part is … Continue reading

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Indian American Scientists: 2012 Sloan Research Fellows

2012-03-19 With 11 of a total family of 13 members in US and five going in American schools, I always wish that some of them will be pursuing R&D after higher education. With such dreams, naturally I get excited with … Continue reading

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Indian Scientists and Technocrats- Winners of Infosys Prize

I recently came across a special listing of the most powerful Indians in 2012 by Indian Express. Surprisingly, it also carried the name of top ten Indians in different fields such as administrators, opinion makers, sports persons, economists, ad gurus, … Continue reading

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Indian Scientists and R&D

I read a story recently how the only Nobel Laureate of science from India failed to explain his Raman Effect to her mother, Parvati Ammal to her satisfaction, though he tried his best to elucidate his discovery to best of … Continue reading

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R&D and Innovations:Mindset Change Necessary

I have a reason to appeal to all those in IITs and other great institutions of the country pursuing engineering or pure science subjects: You have been the most talented among hundreds of thousands of the students appearing and succeeding … Continue reading

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Indian Scientists: Hope for India

Forbes India March2, 2012 issue, ‘Enough about Aryabhata’ may be a pleasant and inspiring reading to technocrats in India. It tells that cutting edge science is coming back to India. The issue also profiles and refers to many Indian scientists … Continue reading

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