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topimg_23049_romesh_wadhwani_600x400Romesh Wadhwani: The Renaissance Man

After founding and nurturing several companies, Romesh Wadhwani is bringing the same principles and passion to philanthropy

http://forbesindia.com/article/philanthropy-awards-2013/romesh-wadhwani-the-renaissance-man/36661/1#ixzz2of1KlA8l

 

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Rohini & Nandan Nilekani: The Conscious Givers

Rohini and Nandan Nilekani contribute to causes that others may find risky. In doing so, they are nudging the society to look at these issues afresh

http://forbesindia.com/article/philanthropy-awards-2013/rohini-nandan-nilekani-the-conscious-givers/36659/1#ixzz2of1BDgR4

 

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FirstAgro: Growing Zero-Pesticide Crops

When even WHO doesn’t seek zero chemical traces, FirstAgro’s ultimate health food has people excited. Can it achieve scale with the speed its customers want it to?
http://forbesindia.com/article/work-in-progress/firstagro-growing-zeropesticide-crops/36593/1#ixzz2of0vp1mh

 

How Nandan Nilekani Took Aadhaar Past The Tipping Point

 

Despite the Supreme Court’s recent strictures on Aadhaar, Nilekani has ensured that the scheme is now too big and too widely used to be scuttled
http://forbesindia.com/article/big-bet/how-nandan-nilekani-took-aadhaar-past-the-tipping-point/36259/1#ixzz2of1YSouV

 

Revisiting the Jatropha debate

Less than five years ago, it was like a gold rush when states allocated nearly 1 million hectares of land in India for growing jatropha, which produces biodiesel. But most projects turned out to be slow starters. With crude prices rising and carbon emissions continuing, it’s time to give jatropha a second look.

http://forbesindia.com/article/special/revisting-the-jatropha-debate/36187/1#ixzz2of0HYEhR

 

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Medtech giants Philips and GE fight over India

Philips became No. 1 after years of trailing GE in Indian health care. This may change as GE revs up. But both are fighting a battle with their HQs to take the small Indian market seriously

http://forbesindia.com/article/boardroom/medtech-giants-philips-and-ge-fight-over-india/36099/1#ixzz2of0i4lBy

 

 

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Nova Medical growing with shortstay surgical facilities

Same-day discharge is still a novel concept in Indian health care, but this company’s growth is evidence that it is catching on

http://forbesindia.com/article/hidden-gems/nova-medical-centers-growing-with-shortstay-surgical-facilities/35977/1#ixzz2of2LGXow

 

 

 

Why Fortis’ U-turn Matters

 

Two of the three biggest global assets are sold and the third, Quality Healthcare in Hong Kong, which was the first international buy for Fortis International when it was floated in October 2010, is up for sale too. When that happens in the near future, Fortis, for all practical purposes, will be back to being an Indian company.

http://forbesindia.com/article/big-bet/fortis-has-a-renewed-focus-on-india/35773/1#ixzz2of3VN7Ic

 

 

The good thing about big data is you don’t have to start big

 

Whether it’s the annual ‘hype cycle’ or fog in the users’ mind, Big Data has bumped off cloud computing to top the charts. Werner Vogels, chief technology officer of Amazon and one of the Big Data generators and solution providers, was in Bangalore recently and spoke to Forbes India
http://forbesindia.com/article/special/the-good-thing-about-big-data-is-you-don%EF%BF%BDt-have-to-start-big/35687/1#ixzz2of4284UV

 

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ISRO’s very own GPS is getting ready

 

To ease India’s dependence on America’s GPS and even to some extent on Russia’s Glonass, the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) has built its own geo-spatial positioning system, a regional one at that, and called it Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS).
http://forbesindia.com/article/real-issue/isros-very-own-gps-is-ready/35511/1#ixzz2of4qr0hp

 

 

Trivitron and the Impending Rise of Medical Technology

With four businesses to boot, why GSK Velu is placing his highest bet on medical technology
http://forbesindia.com/article/big-bet/trivitron-and-the-impending-rise-of-medical-technology/35461/1#ixzz2of5H0aZB

 

 

Why is Quest Global Changing Lanes

 

Aerospace companies move from manufacturing to services. But Quest Global has taken the opposite route. Can one feed into the other to beat competition?
http://forbesindia.com/article/big-bet/aerospace-engineering-firm-quest-globals-changing-lanes/35217/1#ixzz2of5Zf2X1

 

What Open Access to sci-tech research can achieve

A global movement is on to make sci-tech research accessible to all. How soon will Indian industry and consumers embrace it?

http://forbesindia.com/article/breakpoint/what-open-access-to-scitech-research-can-achieve/35215/1#ixzz2of620Ebm

 

Why Universal Health Care Remains a Dream

Primary health care delivery needs to reinvent itself. Only then can India aim for universal health coverage
http://forbesindia.com/article/universal-health-care/indias-primary-health-care-needs-quick-reform/34899/1#ixzz2ofIKhLlZ

 

 

Four solutions for India’s health care sector

 

Delivering health care to a billion-plus population is very complex. And, like eating a Reese’s, there’s no right way to do it. In the past, Indian entrepreneurs have innovated on several business models that range from frugal to world-class luxury care. A testimony to its success is the fact that citizens spent Rs 1,650 billion, or 3.16 percent of the GDP (in 2011-12), on health care, whereas the government spent only 1.04 percent. In other words, a family of four spends nearly Rs 10,000 per year on health care. With the government once again shirking from committing higher budgets to health care, it is tempting to ask: Since there’s money on the table, can entrepreneurs devise privately financed and privately run universal health coverage? Perhaps all it needs is one disruptive idea to show that it’s possible to design comprehensive care outside the government. We asked four health care industry leaders what it would take to deliver such care and if they’d be willing to take the first steps.
http://forbesindia.com/article/universal-health-care/health-care-industry-captains-are-wary-of-newer-bets/34909/1#ixzz2ofIflZ2Y

 

Strand Life Sciences

 

Why Strand Life Sciences wants doctors to genetically profile patients
http://forbesindia.com/article/breakpoint/strand-lifessciences-dna-testing-plans/34799/1#ixzz2ofJETRQr

 

 

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Fearing that unscrupulous use may hijack this promising field, stakeholders are racing to regulate its applications. Are they swift enough?

http://forbesindia.com/article/real-issue/a-microscopic-view-of-the-stemcells-industry/34697/1#ixzz2ofJVt5lC

 

 

 

Why Sun Pharma’s Dilip Shanghvi vacated the chairman’s post

 

Dilip Shanghvi built Sun Pharma into one of the most profitable generic drugs companies in the world. Now, he’s stepped back and brought in Israel Makov to steer Sun into its next growth phase

http://forbesindia.com/article/richest-indians-in-2012/dilip-shangvis-sun-pharma-enters-the-next-phase-of-growth/34189/1#ixzz2ofJtzbVN

 

 

YK Hamied: Cipla’s One Man Army

 

YK Hamied has public health on the top of his agenda. In his effort to make drugs affordable, he is not afraid to take on the biggies
http://forbesindia.com/article/leaderhip-awards-2012/yk-hamied-ciplas-oneman-army/33881/1#ixzz2omKQc26C

 

 

Modelling the right power mix for telecom towers
http://forbesindia.com/article/breakpoint/how-telecom-towers-can-get-the-power-mix-right/34163/1#ixzz2ofKH7jRP

 

 

ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan

ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan

How ISRO can join hands with private enterprise

With demand for launches doubling, the space agency wants industry to step up. What will it take for the two sides to pull this off?

http://forbesindia.com/article/big-bet/how-isro-can-join-hands-with-private-enter-prise/34145/1#ixzz2ofKqdtCX

 

 

 

How to check the spread of dengue via Mobiles

 

Research in Kenya to study transmission of malaria could be replicated in India to track dengue
http://forbesindia.com/article/ideas-opinions/how-to-check-the-spread-of-dengue-via-mobiles/34101/1#ixzz2ofLB0GEt

 

Scientists Turn Entrepreneurs

 

Academics are beginning to take their research and ideas forward by setting up their own ventures

http://forbesindia.com/article/scientist-entrepreneurs/scientists-turn-entrepreneurs/33753/1#ixzz2omM9lpeX

 

 

In Search of Creative Engineers

 

This company makes special training modules to hone the problem-solving skills of students
http://forbesindia.com/article/scientist-entrepreneurs/in-search-of-creative-engineers/33779/1#ixzz2omKuhfg2

 

 

A New Kind of Sniffer Dogs

 

A ‘nose’ that can detect bombs and cardiac disorders
http://forbesindia.com/article/scientist-entrepreneurs/a-new-kind-of-sniffer-dog/33769/1#ixzz2omL3hLMy

 

 

The Little Engine that Saves Fuel

 

His electronic controllers make engines fuel-efficient. Most gensets now use them
http://forbesindia.com/article/scientist-entrepreneurs/the-little-engine-that-saves-fuel/33765/1#ixzz2omLKKPZc

 

 

Curing Common Skin Disorders

 

Vyome Biosciences looks to cure common skin disorders
http://forbesindia.com/article/scientist-entrepreneurs/curing-common-skin-disorders/33755/1#ixzz2omLcecws

 

MK Bhan: Driving Bio-tech Innovation By Taking Governance Outside Government

It is necessary to build a solid governance system, but it should be outside the government, says MK Bhan

http://forbesindia.com/article/independence-special-2012/mk-bhan-driving-biotech-innovation-by-taking-governance-outside-government/33596/1#ixzz2omMLuo4d

 

 

HK Mittal: Stepping Up for Startups

HK Mittal, who is keen to convert paper-publishing students and professors into entrepreneurs, wants to cut down on time taken to set up a business in India

http://forbesindia.com/article/independence-special-2012/hk-mittal-stepping-up-for-startups/33598/1#ixzz2omMVeyy8

 

An Intel Futurist on What the World of Tomorrow Will Look Like

What kind of future do people want to have? Intel�s futurist Brian Johnson studies that and then helps design chips that make such a future possible

http://forbesindia.com/article/ideas-opinions/an-intel-futurist-on-what-the-world-of-tomorrow-will-look-like/33520/1#ixzz2omMrFaTJ

 

Bird Flu is Back in a Stronger Avataar

New research shows that the H5N1 virus can become contagious. But is the government prepared for a pandemic?

http://forbesindia.com/article/special/bird-flu-is-back-in-a-stronger-avataar/33332/1#ixzz2omMz5Tgc

 

What Went Wrong With the Aakash Tablet

The disastrous Aakash project has expunged India�s dream of developing the world�s cheapest computing device. And questions remain unanswered

http://forbesindia.com/article/real-issue/what-went-wrong-with-the-aakash-tablet/33218/1#ixzz2omN6gnId

 

Piramal’s Quest for a Blockbuster Drug

When most pharmas are shying away from high-risk drug discovery, Piramal Healthcare is going for it full steam. Has it found a new way?

http://forbesindia.com/article/big-bet/piramals-quest-for-a-blockbuster-drug/33000/1#ixzz2omNDZGG6

 

Beyond Cancer – Handled With Care

As it ventures into multi-specialty care, will HCG be able to keep its personalised touch?

http://forbesindia.com/article/work-in-progress/beyond-cancer-handled-with-care/32888/1#ixzz2omSdwiQC

 

How Open Source Drug Discovery Is Helping India Develop New Drugs

Left to fend for itself, India is now finally developing new drugs on its own

http://forbesindia.com/article/breakpoint/how-open-source-drug-discovery-is-helping-india-develop-new-drugs/32668/1#ixzz2omT1PYSA

 

GE’s Mark Little: Innovation Is Never a Straight Line

Mark M Little, director, GE Global Research, says that it is important to stay ahead in the game by thinking big or thinking a decade in advance

http://forbesindia.com/article/on-assignment/ges-mark-little-innovation-is-never-a-straight-line/32714/1#ixzz2omT9gmo9

 

Science’s Second Coming to India

There is enough evidence on the ground to indicate that the innovation eco-system has vastly improved in the country. India is ready for a renaissance in innovation

http://forbesindia.com/article/innovation-special/sciences-second-coming-to-india/32308/1#ixzz2omTcnT6u

 

 

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Rajiv Doshi, Stanford

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18 Indian Minds Who Are Doing Cutting Edge Work

The wheels have been set in motion to win back some of the finest minds of Indian origin to align forces with their country of origin

http://forbesindia.com/article/innovation-special/18-indian-minds-who-are-doing-cutting-edge-work/32312/1#ixzz2omTgSmz5

 

 

Will 2012 Be More Peaceful?

The year 2012 will see change of guard in China, Russia, Mexico, US, France and even Egypt; the Arab Spring is expected to reach Sub-Saharan Africa. Will it all be peaceful? we ask Steven Pinker

http://forbesindia.com/article/biggest-questions-of-2012/will-2012-be-more-peaceful/31262/1#ixzz2omTk0UUJ

 

Bangalore-based Institute Shows The Way to Innovation

Get in the best scientists, give them creative freedom, and innovation will happen. A scientific institute in Bangalore is showing the way

http://forbesindia.com/article/innovation-special/bangalorebased-institute-shows-the-way-to-innovation/32346/1#ixzz2omTnPwp5

 

 

Mriganka Sur Reveals the Mysteries of The Brain

Neuroscientist Mriganka Sur is deepening our understanding of how the brain works and the ‘mis-wiring’ that causes mental disease

http://forbesindia.com/article/innovation-special/mriganka-sur-reveals-the-mysteries-of-the-brain/32326/1#ixzz2omTrOoPB

 

How to ‘Upgrade’ A Country’s Technology

Yigal Erlich, the founding father of Israel’s R&D ecosystem, talks about his country�s experience in fast-tracking innovation

http://forbesindia.com/article/innovation-special/how-to-upgrade-a-countrys-technology/32342/1#ixzz2omTtzob0

 

 

Bt Brinjal and India’s Wake-up Call

With its first biopiracy lawsuit, the country hopes to set a precedent for introducing biotech crops while conserving biodiversity and local community rights

http://forbesindia.com/article/real-issue/bt-brinjal-and-indias-wakeup-call/29252/1#ixzz2omU9f657

 

The Rebirth of Stem Cells

Stephen Minger at GE is betting on cellular therapy to change the industry�s thinking

http://forbesindia.com/article/special/the-rebirth-of-stem-cells/28512/1#ixzz2omUEvd2U

 

 

Glenmark’s R&D Gamble

With Indian pharma companies willing to cash out, is Glenn Saldanha India�s best bet for a home-grown drug?

http://forbesindia.com/article/work-in-progress/glenmarks-rd-gamble/28502/1#ixzz2omUHulMD

 

Can Space Elevators Be a Reality in 2100? Michio Kaku Answers

Yes, says physicist Michio Kaku. As can human-friendly artificial intelligence

http://forbesindia.com/article/special/can-space-elevators-be-a-reality-in-2100-michio-kaku-answers/28172/1#ixzz2omULfI5i

 

Minds Returning to India

Can Indian-origin scientists in the US help India improve its research and development, and innovation capabilities?

http://forbesindia.com/article/special/minds-returning-to-india/27352/1#ixzz2omURO5uI

 

Tata Chemicals’s New Formula

The 72-year-old company is making a strategic shift from just chemicals to water purification and products that promote health and wellness

http://forbesindia.com/article/big-bet/tata-chemicals-new-formula/27112/1#ixzz2omUralka

 

Aids at 30 – Down But Not Out

Thirty years after being identified, the HIV infection rate has declined, but when will we have a vaccine to nail the virus?

http://forbesindia.com/article/hindsight/aids-at-30-down-but-not-out/26742/1#ixzz2omUvfxaQ

 

They’re Making Car Parking Easier

Soon, when you drive to a mall, all you might have to do is punch a card to park your car. Bid adieu to long queues and wasted fuel

http://forbesindia.com/article/work-in-progress/theyre-making-car-parking-easier/26472/1#ixzz2omUyRIej

 

IBM’s Adoption Plan

The behemoth is picking up fledgling, innovating firms through a structured system to provide solutions in diverse areas, and not miss the bus, again

http://forbesindia.com/article/big-bet/ibms-adoption-plan/25232/1#ixzz2omV4daI1

 

A Shot of India: The Vaccine Market

Big pharma is looking for immunity from a fall in revenues as blockbuster drugs go off patent. They are finding it in Indian vaccine makers

http://forbesindia.com/article/boardroom/a-shot-of-india-the-vaccine-market/24822/1#ixzz2omVBM6Ac

 

Maharaj Kishan Bhan Aims For a New Bio Culture

India’s biotech messiah is bringing together doctors, researchers and companies to drive innovation in farming and health care

http://forbesindia.com/article/big-bet/maharaj-kishan-bhan-aims-for-a-new-bio-culture/24532/1#ixzz2omVQH0F2

 

CSIR Goes For A New Patenting Model

India’s premier science council has realised the Western model of patenting doesn�t work here

http://forbesindia.com/article/briefing/csir-goes-for-a-new-patenting-model/24402/1#ixzz2omVSbpll

 

Book Review: Geek Nation

How Indian Science is Taking Over the World

http://forbesindia.com/article/appraisals/book-review-geek-nation/24312/1#ixzz2omVVda2Q

 

ISRO’s Dead End in Space

Just like some of its rockets, India�s space agency is losing direction. By being more open, it can begin to stop the slide

http://forbesindia.com/article/real-issue/isros-dead-end-in-space/24132/1#ixzz2omVYzABa

 

Ravi Venkatesan: Wish We had Responded to Innovation Sooner

Ravi Venkatesan, outgoing chairman of Microsoft India, tells Forbes India that his biggest regret is that he will not be a part of the big wave that will hit India in the next 18 months

http://forbesindia.com/interview/exit-interview/ravi-venkatesan-wish-we-had-responded-to-innovation-sooner/22692/1#ixzz2omVrp0ax

 

India Wants to Catch the Nanoelectronics Revolution

India realises it can�t afford to miss the unfolding revolution in nanoelectronics. It has already made its move with two incubation centres

http://forbesindia.com/article/briefing/india-wants-to-catch-the-nanoelectronics-revolution/22162/1#ixzz2omVvSNU4

 

Forecast: A Clear, Cloudy Day In Cyber Space

Modern businesses need ways to stay nimble and light. Owning tonnes of hardware is not one of them. The time for cloud computing has arrived

http://forbesindia.com/article/boardroom/forecast-a-clear-cloudy-day-in-cyber-space/20072/1#ixzz2omVzMju2

 

Hardware Services: Just What the Doctor Ordered

Hardware companies like HP and Dell are turning into service providers to shore up dwindling profits. And India will be their proving ground

http://forbesindia.com/article/big-bet/hardware-services-just-what-the-doctor-ordered/18992/1#ixzz2omW7v4HH

 

Pink Alert: How Real Is The Threat of Breast Cancer?

Advocacy groups routinely urge women in their 40s to have regular mammograms. But experts question their utility

http://forbesindia.com/article/real-issue/pink-alert-how-real-is-the-threat-of-breast-cancer/19592/1#ixzz2omWE5VAm

 

 

When Math Becomes Fashionable

 

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/pB7qpSFNiPnxznjVJJ6pIP/Math-becomes-fashionable-focus-shifts.html

 

The Smart Solution

http://www.livemint.com/Industry/Nx4dFpsMtDcldbudxmarRI/The-smart-solution.html

 

 

Yahoo-Bing Alliance: It’s showtime says Yahoo CTO

 

http://www.livemint.com/Companies/lRkeLyRdcQWzcM5aJ8MukL/YahooBing-alliance-It8217s-showtime-says-Yahoo-CTO.html

 

Black and White facts about little known vitiligo

 

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/reVeIk3zURu8x0eMJX5hXI/Black-and-white-facts-about-littleunderstood-vitiligo.html

 

 

NII scientists develop ultra long-lasting insulin

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/1JepGDQP3cSnvs8iqDjwEI/NII-scientists-develop-ultra-longlasting-insulin.html

 

 

We want to see the first objects formed after the Big Bang: John C Mather

http://www.livemint.com/Industry/rAM3lbonnzjnn0Oy3y3KAM/We-want-to-see-the-first-objects-that-were-formed-after-Big.html

Missing puzzle piece in AIDS vaccine research

http://www.livemint.com/Industry/1j9uyYlpChb4OY7b53W32O/Francoise-BarreSinoussi–A-piece-of-the-puzzle-is-missing.html

Why this man is ready to take on the world

http://www.livemint.com/Companies/TqLHUTOb7JOQXAfpxsvcfL/Why-this-man-is-ready-to-take-on-the-world.html

 

Micro-machines have arrived. Who’ll get them to market?

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/boaAamgSCm9VuIepxDWAOO/The-micro-machines-have-arrived-Who8217ll-get-them-to-ma.html

 

Study offers hope for inherited mental retardation

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/X8rt3uyqTMtfrAy3vXxj8H/Study-offers-hope-for-inherited-mental-retardation.html

 

 

Scientists use synthetic genome to create life

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/vu4I8HBAfIxjd8AgEX6TOI/Scientists-use-synthetic-genome-to-create-life.html

TCS innovation network awaits its Siebel moment

http://www.livemint.com/Companies/jCHh6EjXgzKhRvfi9DmvbK/TCS-innovation-network-awaits-its-Siebel-moment.html

 

 

Health diplomacy’s soft power

http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/PW4ukCN4Q7TjJ2yRUtYqvO/Health-diplomacy8217s-soft-power.html

 

 

Study shows eight genetic variants of diabetes in Indians

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/Z99inb9ECOAnwofubqQ5hN/Study-shows-eight-genetic-variants-of-diabetes-in-Indians.html

 

 

India makes thin film solar cell leap

http://www.livemint.com/Industry/jijdJqjW54Qt0UAVHbxwNM/India-makes-thin-film-solar-cell-leap.html

 

 

Why a made-in-India chip remains chimeric

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/P8hJk0uMYmajN0tFph692K/Why-a-madeinIndia-chip-remains-chimeric.html

 

 

Parkinson’s may not remain an old-age disease in India

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/K6elHJWEzp0dLABABA4dVP/Parkinson8217s-may-not-remain-an-oldage-disease-in-India.html

 

 

Naco’s apathy riles biotech entrepreneur

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/UJxa4ufrHw2UyWMz0ZxORI/Naco8217s-apathy-riles-biotech-entrepreneur.html

 

Early human settlers used southern coastal India to enter Asia

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/1vDe4TLrcXV5k8XBU98p6M/Early-human-settlers-used-southern-coastal-India-to-enter-As.html

 

 

Taking on global med-tech players

http://www.livemint.com/Companies/fE136qIjX0MibRV8nn6fAO/Taking-on-global-medical-tech-players.html

 

AIDS scheme on track says Naco but hurdles remain

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/vc59UBqZDOKobmWbnTDokI/AIDS-scheme-on-track-says-Naco-but-hurdles-remain.html

Virus may hold key to chronic fatigue syndrome

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/FTpSOer1rkZJMhgT8Lf5wI/Virus-may-hold-key-to-chronicfatigue-syndrome.html

 

Chimps may not be our closest ancestors

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/xncACr33HoyktZb3NxXXRP/Chimps-may-not-be-our-closest-ancestors.html

 

 

All Indians have some north-south in them

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/55nI11STzEolEmKWHsM20I/All-Indians-have-some-north-south-in-them.html

 

Shantha’s story is that of Indian biotechnology

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/64nkD6IIT9xOANJU4MEaBI/Shantha8217s-story-is-that-of-Indian-biotechnology.html

 

Nobel laureates: People expect too much from us

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/IRiF5bCeHckokzt0moscMJ/People-expect-too-much-from-us.html

 

Bureaucracy, glass ceiling queer pitch for India’s women scientists

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/gBi8hPK3ieHHg60cOcwiqN/Bureaucracy-glass-ceiling-queer-pitch-for-India8217s-wom.html

 

Do you really need sunscreen?

http://www.livemint.com/Leisure/UhdoxnfwyqTJqJxLgYR8XJ/Do-you-really-need-sunscreen.html

 

Scientists inch closer to cracking IndusValley script

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/Br43I442R9P6zoMmarb6mN/Scientists-inch-closer-to-cracking-Indus-Valley-script.html

 

Are low-cost computing initiatives coming of age?

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/tTBFfw0dBc8f44H5TmnQBN/Are-lowcost-computing-initiatives-coming-of-age.html

 

Losses, exits roil biotech poster firm

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/30fTGQ4ApJdHHbZbi5NfDO/Losses-exits-roil-biotech8217s-poster-firm.html

 

India’s biotech poster firm in trouble

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