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Scenario of Indian science

Some selected articles on Indian research scenario:

Chemistry is central science. This article describe current state of research and teaching in India.
Chemistry in India: unlocking the potential. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2013, 52, 114 – 117
Read it at  DST, India  Wiley Readcube


Basic Science in India: From Education to Research, Nature Network
Research output  Changing scenario of Indian science  Indian R&D Scenario by AV Ramarao


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