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CSIR Nurturing Innovation: Interview with Dr N. Kalaiselvi, DG-CSIR

“CSIR has always had an environment and a culture that fosters innovation and entrepreneurship” — Dr N. Kalaiselvi

CSIR Initiates “One Week, One Lab” Campaign: Nationwide Programme Kickstarts from CSIR-CBRI

As part of the campaign, each CSIR lab will organise week-long activities including industry & start-up meets, student & society connections, skill development workshops, displays of technologies, etc.

India’s Future is in Innovation — Make Education More Creative

While creativity and innovation are often thought of as separate entities, they are interconnected and can reinforce each other. Creativity can inspire innovation, and innovation can drive creativity.

A.K. Bakhshi and Priyanka Thakral
East and West

Indian-style toilets or squat toilets are more hygienic. It is always advisable to use them in public places, especially after any pandemic as there is no direct contact of the body with the toilet seat.

Monalisa Paul
Bird’s Hanging Nest — Invasion Defense

Predators are kept out of these nests because of the complex design.

Promoting and Nurturing Grassroots Innovations Atmanirbharta from Bottom-up Creativity

Grassroots innovations emerge to address unmet (or sub-optimally met) social and technological needs. They address the inertia of the formal institutions of public policy and market as well as some of the informal community institutions

Anamika Dey and Anil Gupta
Nurturing Deep Science Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in India C-CAMP — A World-class Model

Deep Science Entrepreneurship as an entrepreneurial venture that commercialises and scales a scientific advancement that is novel, breakthrough or first-in-class is a vehicle that helps achieve this goal.

Taslimarif Saiyed and Debarshini Chakraborty
In Conversation with Dr Deepika Bhaskar

“Creating an innovative temperament has become a dire requirement to survive in an ever-changing world”: Dr Deepika Bhaskar

Alpana Saha
Resilient India’s Innovative Journey

The world's most inventive economies are represented by the Global Innovative Index. The ranking of a nation's rating is determined by a number of factors, such as its success and capability for innovation.

Dr N.K. Prasanna and Dr S.K. Varshney
Interesting Facts about Animals

Interesting Facts about Animals

B. Gowsika& G. Chelladurai

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Innovation Special

India's Future is in Innovation

  • CSIR Nurturing Innovation: Interview with DG-CSIR, Dr N. Kalaiselvi
  • Creativity & Innovation in Education
  • Promoting Grassroots Innovations
  • Nurturing Deep Science Entrepreneurship
  • Resilient India's Innovative Journey
  • Creating Innovative Temperament Imperative: Dr Deepika Bhaskar, Registrar, IIT-Delhi
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