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'They Made What? They Found What?' Review – Enjoyable Ride Through The Life And Work Of Indian Scientists

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‘They Made What? They Found What?’ Review – Enjoyable Ride Through The Life And Work Of Indian Scientists
by Karan Kamble - Mar 21, 2021 06:43 AM
They Made What? They Found What? by Shweta Taneja
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A new collection of stories on Indian scientists provides knowledge, inspiration, and pride in the Indian scientific endeavour – while still keeping things fun and engaging.
They Made What? They Found What?. Shweta Taneja. Hachette India. 2021. Rs 399. Pages 288.
In the many academic labs scattered across India, scientists are quietly chipping away at difficult problems every day in search of right answers. Many of them work tirelessly with the hope that they can one day discover new truths about the universe or invent things that can help humanity.

The Eureka Moment

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The Eureka Moment
Updated Mar 14, 2021, 6:08 pm IST
The OMG effect of scientific discoveries is what Shweta Taneja hopes will inspire kids to take up research and push their capabilities
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India has always been known for its scientific discoveries. On the occasion of National Science Day 2021, on February 28, a one-of-a-kind book about the daring discoveries and ingenious inventions of India’s brightest scientists They
Found What?/They Made What? by Shweta Taneja was released.
The book, especially for children, talks about the emotions that discoveries bring — the thrill Dr Vijayalakshmi Ravindranath, who heads the Centre for Neuroscience at IISc, felt when she looked at a human brain through a microscope for the first time; and the joy that Dr Amit Agrawal at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay experienced when the microdevice he was building to split blood into plasma first started functioning, after years of work!

Focus on development of special skills

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It was essential and important to think out of the box for innovations in science and technology, said N Kalaiselvi, Director, CSIR-CECRI, here on Tuesday.Presiding over the National Science Day celeb

National Science Day (NSD) observed at Amguri, Doomdooma


National Science Day (NSD) observed at Amguri, Doomdooma
National Science Day (NSD) was observed by Padma Nath Gohain Baruah Government Model College, Kakapather situated at Amguri Nagaon near Dirak
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DOOMDOOMA: National Science Day (NSD) was observed by Padma Nath Gohain Baruah Government Model College, Kakapather situated at Amguri Nagaon near Dirak, about 21 km away from here, on Tuesday in collaboration with Assam Science Society (ASS), Doomdooma branch.
The meeting was presided over by Dr Thanuram Majinder, Principal of the college, while Sanjib Kalita, Head of English Department, explained the objectives of the meeting and felicitated the guests. In the beginning, one-minute silence was observed in memory of Dr YP Ojha, former president, ASS, Doomdooma branch. Dhiren Deka, a former executive committee member and a life member of ASS, spoke on the theme of National Science Day- 'Future of Science, Technology, Innovation: Impacts on Education, Skills and Work' and dwelt on various aspects of the life and achievements of Nobel laureate CV Raman.

Policy Dialogue on COVID-19 Vaccine organized by CSIR-NISTADS and CSIR-NISCAIR

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New Delhi: CSIR Institutions CSIR-NISTADS and CSIR-NISCAIR, New Delhi jointly organized a half-day session on “A Policy Dialogue on COVID-19 Vaccine from Self-Reliance to Global Leadership: Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Imperatives in COVID Era” recently. This event was organised to celebrate the National Science Day and to have a policy discourse from eminent personalities on the journey of indigenous development of the COVID-19 vaccine in the midst of the pandemic. It focussed on the opportunities available, the challenges faced and the policy imperatives for a way forward to become a global leader not only in the COVID-19 vaccine but also in vaccines in general.

CSIR institutions hold virtual policy dialogue on COVID-19 vaccine


CSIR institutions hold virtual policy dialogue on COVID-19 vaccine
CSIR institutions hold virtual policy dialogue on COVID-19 vaccine
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This event was organised to celebrate the National Science Day and to have a policy discourse from eminent personalities on the journey of indigenous development of the COVID-19 vaccine in the midst of the pandemic
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Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Institutions CSIR-NISTADS (National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies) and CSIR-NISCAIR (National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources), New Delhi, on March 1, jointly organised a half-day session, on ‘A Policy Dialogue on COVID-19 Vaccine from Self-Reliance to Global Leadership: Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Imperatives in COVID Era’. This event was organised to celebrate the National Science Day and to have a policy discourse from eminent personalities on the journey of indigenous development of the COVID-19 vaccine in the midst of the pandemic. 

Sastra University conducts National Science Day

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Sastra University conducts National Science Day
DBT Secretary, Ministry of Science and Technology, spoke about the role of young minds in India's development
Sastra Deemed University celebrated National Science Day virtually. Dr Renu Swarup, Secretary, Department of Biotechnology, Government of India, while speaking on the occasion, said, “Universities play a key role in building strong capabilities in research and innovation by nurturing and igniting young minds to move in the path of scientific excellence.” Swarup highlighted that the nation’s scientific growth is a reflection of the ecosystem and is evident from the surge in innovation index and the number of start-ups.

Decreasing gap between knowledge and society can make India world leader in S&T: Raghavan

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"Human interventions into science and technology have deep-rooted impacts, and the current need is to become a more learning-based self-sustained organisational society, as traditionally we used to be," Raghavan said while delivering a talk online on the occasion of the National Science Da

Shweta Taneja delves into inventions and discoveries by Indian scientists

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Shweta Taneja delves into inventions and discoveries by Indian scientists
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Released on February 28, National Science Day, the flip book showcases the wacky side of science
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Shweta Taneja is on a mission to make science fun, and she has done it in style with the flip book,
They Found What?/They Made What? (Hachette ₹399). The sci-fi and fantasy author, whose short story ‘The Daughter That Bleeds’ was a finalist in the French award Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire, has put together a fun book on the inventions and discoveries by Indian scientists. The book was launched on February 28, National Science Day.

DNA testing helps identify genetic disorders: Former V-C

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DNA tests help a great deal in diagnosing genetic disorders and diseases transmitted genetically, former Vice-Chancellor of Karnatak University Pramod Gai has said.
He was inaugurating ‘DNA testing’ organised as part of National Science Day at Dharwad Regional Science Centre in Dharwad on Tuesday.
Prof. Gai said as it had already been established, the human body had thousands of cells and some people inherited genetic disorders from parents. DNA tests could identify such diseases or disorders, he said.
He said it had now been established after diagnosing human body cells through DNA tests that diseases inherited through blood relationships were more. And identifying diseases was comparatively easier now with advent of technology, he said.

National Science Day celebrated

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JAMMU, Feb 28: To mark the discovery of the Raman Effect by Indian Physicist Sir, C V Raman, National Science Day was celebrated today by various educational institutions with basic objective to spread the message of importance of science and its application among the people.
Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Jammu celebrated National Science Day 2021 by organizing a function having theme “Future of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI): Impacts on Education, Skills and Work”.
Dr R C Agrawal, DDG, (Education), ICAR, New Delhi was chief guest on the occasion and he said that education development should be organic and holistic. Dr Sudershan Kumar, Ex DG, DRDO was guest of honour and delivered his lecture on Role of Science in making India Self-Reliant. Prof J P Sharma, Vice Chancellor, SKUAST-Jammu spoke about their initiatives and achievements.

India emerging as frontline nation in scientific innovations: Dr Jitendra

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JAMMU, Feb 28: Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr. Jitendra Singh said today that India is fast emerging as a frontline nation in scientific innovations.
Delivering the keynote address on the occasion of ‘National Science Day’ in the University of Jammu, Dr. Jitendra Singh said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in the last few years, Government has taken some revolutionary and programatic decisions to give fillip to indegenous scientific innovations which will be a key to “Atma Nirbhar Bharat”.

Students showcase theirinnovation at science fair

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IIIT, Nuzvid organises ‘Scientia-2021’
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Students explaining about a model to Nuzvid IIIT Director G.V.R. Srinivasa Rao at the science fair held at the institute in Krishna district on Sunday.
 
IIIT, Nuzvid organises ‘Scientia-2021’
Science fairs are the platforms for igniting the young minds, said the officials who participated in the one-day science fair organised on Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies (RGUKT) Nuzvid IIIT campus on Sunday.
Hundreds of students exhibited models desigined by them on different concepts in the programme titled ‘Scientia-2021’ organised by Student Development and Campus Activity Cell (SDCAC), IIIT, Nuzvid, marking the National Science Day.

Chief Minister Chouhan extends greetings on National Science Day

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Bhopal : Greeting the citizens on National Science Day, Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan recalled the discoveries and achievements made by the great scientist of India, Dr. C.V. Raman in the field of science.National Science Day is celebrate

PM Modi Mentions Hyderabad Farmer in Mann ki Baat

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Telangana farmer, Padma Shri awardee Chintala Venkat Reddy has been complimented by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme for developing rice and wheat with Vitamin D and getting patent rights for it. Prime Minister Speaking to people over All India Radio on Sunday as part of the 21st episode of his ‘Mann ki Baat’ 2.0 programme, he first said about

IIT Bombay, MIB India join hands for a Gaming Centre at campus for courses related to VFX, Animation


Updated Mar 01, 2021 | 09:20 IST
IIT Bombay and MIB India collaborate for a Gaming Centre at the Campus to focus on VFX and Animation courses. With this collaboration, the government will form the Centre of Excellence in Gaming.
IIT Bombay, MIB India join hands for a Gaming Centre   |  Photo Credit: Representative Image
The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in collaboration with IIT Bombay has decided to form a Centre of Excellence in gaming and other related areas, said Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar on Sunday.
Addressing at the virtual exhibition and prize announcement of "Khel Khel Mein", a Pan Maharashtra toy/game project design competition, Javadekar said that the Centre is at an advanced stage of preparation and will come into effect as the new session begins in 2021.

National Science Day 2021: IIT Roorkee celebrates day with multiple competitions for school students


Updated Mar 01, 2021 | 09:05 IST
IIT Roorkee celebrates National Science Day 2021 on February 28 with various competitions. School students across Roorkee have participated in the competitions and bagged prizes.
National Science Day 2021: IIT Roorkee celebration highlight  |  Photo Credit: Representative Image
The Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee has celebrated National Science Day 2021 on February 28. Various competitions such as quiz, debate etc., were organized online for the school students.
IIT Roorkee started organizing the competitions for National Science Day 2021 on February 19. An Inter-School Online Science Quiz Competition was held for seven local schools on February 19, 2021. The first prize in Inter School Online Science Quiz Competition was bagged by the Greenway Modern Sr. Sec. School Roorkee.

India marks a brilliant tradition in science


India observes February 28 as National Science Day. It commemorates C V Raman’s discovery of the scattering of light, later named as the Raman effect after him.
For this he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930, the first Asian to win it in science. We may remember that the first Asian to be awarded any Nobel Prize was also an Indian, Rabindranath Tagore, who won it for Literature in 1913.
Born in Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu in 1888, Raman showed signs of precocity and genius from childhood. He passed his matriculation at the age of 11, graduated from Presidency College, Madras, at 16, obtained his Masters in another two years, and, in 1917, before he was 30, became the first Palit Professor of Physics at the Rajabazar Science College, University of Calcutta.

Young Emerging Scientists Interact With Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

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Mar 31, 2021
In his address, Gurudev spoke about the natural temperament for science in every child, and how drawing from this fact, the texts like Upanishads (ancient Vedic texts containing rich wisdom and knowledge of material and spiritual sciences) started with questions or enquiries, and encouraged people to ask questions. He mentioned that in the ancient times, science and spirituality were never in conflict in the east, unlike in the occident. Gurudev cited an example from the Upanishads of a child going to his father and asking about the Brahman. Step by step, the father nudges the son to find the answer through analysis of assumptions and then coming to conclusions, this being the pedagogy of ancient systems of knowledge, something that is common with modern sciences.

Apple's 2021 Spring March online event: AirTags, AirPods 3, iMac (2021), iPad Pro (2021), and more

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Apple’s spring event for the year 2021 is said to be scheduled in March. The date hasn’t been revealed by the Cupertino major yet but considering the rumours we believe Apple could announce the launch event details sooner than expected. Rumours hint that a lot is planned for the online event. Also Read - New Apple iMac to come with a "really big" display as compared to current ones
The tech giant is expected to launch several interesting products including upgraded iPad Pro, new AirPods, Apple TV, AirTags, Apple Card, Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and much more. While Apple is yet to officially reveal the event’s date, rumours suggest that it could be scheduled for March 16. Also Read - Apple Maps now shows Covid-19 airport travel guidelines for over 300 airports

Shweta Taneja delves into inventions and discoveries by Indian scientists

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Released on February 28, National Science Day, the flip book showcases the wacky side of science

Shocking! Woman ordered iPhone 12 Pro Max, got Apple yogurt drink in return

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Woman ordered iPhone 12 Pro Max, got Apple yogurt drink in return
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Another e-commerce fraud has been reported and this is a shocking one. A new report coming from China reveals that a woman ordered the latest iPhone 12 Pro Max but got a Apple flavored yogurt drink in return. The most shocking thing is the iPhone 12 Pro Max was ordered from Apple’s online store and not from any third party platform. Here’s what happened next. Also Read - Apple starts rejecting apps using device fingerprinting to track users
The Chinese woman named Liu took to microblogging site Weibo to report about the incident. In the same post she mentioned that after spending $1500 to purchase the iPhone 12 Pro Max, she received Apple flavoured yogurt drink in return. This left her disappointed. Also Read - Apple iPhone 13 Pro mockup shows smaller notch, other design changes: Take a look

SASTRA awards presented - The Hindu

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Universities play a key role in building strong capabilities in research and innovation by nurturing and igniting young minds to move in the path of scientific excellence, said Renu Swarup, Secretary, Department of Biotechnology.
Speaking at a virtual meeting on the occasion of National Science Day organised by the SASTRA, Deemed to be a University, Ms. Swarup said the nation’s scientific growth was evident from the surge in innovation index and the number of start-up ventures. She also highlighted the impetus given for research and innovation.
S. Vaidhyasubramaniam, Vice-Chancellor, SASTRA Deemed University, outlined the university’s tradition of honouring stalwarts in science. As part of the Science Day celebrations, Mr. Vaidhyasubramaniam said that the SASTRA - G. N. Ramachandran Award was presented to Ajay Kumar Ghatak, formerly Professor at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi; the SASTRA –Obaid Siddiqi Award to Dr. Gitanjali Yadav of National Institute of Plant Genome Research, New Delhi and SASTRA – C N R Rao award for Chemistry and Materials Science for the year 2021to A. K. Ganguli of Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, and G. Mugesh of Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. The awards carry a cash price of ₹5 lakh each, he added.

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