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Keeping genomics in perspective

Reporting healthcare genomics in the real world — tips from K.S. Jayaraman on uncovering hype, tackling the …


Barriers to building a bigger breadbasket in India

Indian scientists say that reduced access to plant material in international gene banks will limit the country's …


India to revive old scheme to plug brain drain

A dormant scheme intended to address India's brain drain by rewarding talented scientists with well-paid jobs is …


Indian space odyssey speeds national development

K. S. Jayaraman reports on how India's space programme contributes to the country's development through …


India's 'teacher in the sky'

Space scientists in India have launched a satellite that will beam educational material into classrooms and households.


India forges ahead with stem cells for eye repair

An Indian eye institute has set up a special centre that will use adult stem cells to cure blindness.


Experts question India's moon exploration plans

Indian scientists are questioning the wisdom of India's newly announced plans to send a spacecraft to the moon.


India plans centre to train developing-world scientists

India is to open its own research training centre in facilities being vacated by the closure of the COSTED …


Crop research centre 'should move HQ to Africa'

The International Crops Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) has been advised to shift its …


India plans to bring neutrino science home

India is proposing to build a US$54-million physics laboratory to study particles known as neutrinos.


Monsoon rains start to ease India's drought

India's worst drought for 20 years is finally abating with the arrival of the first monsoon rains last week.


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