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This week, we bring research-based stories on: regerentation in forests, more evidence of the recovering Antarctic ozone hole, silver nanoparticles with antibacterial properties, and fighting bad bacteria in the gut. In addition, there are a few more research-based news stories. This week we bring you stories in Hindi and Marathi. Read research-related stories that appeared in other media in our Research Beat section. We also bring you some notable events and talks that might be of interest to you. 

Issue 99 | 7 February 2019

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Research-based stories from other media

Create a research culture for the growth of science in India writes Prof. K VijayRaghavan | Hindustan Times

Science vs pseudoscience: euphoria and illusion | IndiaBioscience

Modi and Indian science: A legacy best forgotten | Deccan Herald

Lit for Life 2019 — Venki Ramakrishnan on what ails Indian Science and what can be done about it | The Hindu Podcast

Govt panel to hike fellowship for science research | Deccan Herald

With Scholars Set to Restart Protests, a Peek Inside the Research Funds Gridlock | The Wire

DST to incentivise quality research by scholars | The Hindu

Let's Discuss the 'Reward for Publication' Idea Instead of Trashing It so Fast | The Wire

At the cost of quality | The Hindu

Pushing innovation, one citation at a time | The Times of India

Men are first authors in 3 times as many academic papers published in India as women | The Print

Firm's claims on ayurveda cancer drug upsets scientists behind it | The Telegraph

India to Start Manufacturing Key Components for Thirty Meter Telescope Project | The Wire
Looking up and down for answers | Deccan Herald

A New Science Archives Preserves the Ways of Seeing Science's People | The Wire

Forty years and counting for this scientist's 'eureka' moment; One who shoots photons everyday | The Economic Times

Scientist on a mission to drive out superstition | The New Indian Express

Welcome to Khagol Mandal, Gateway to the Cosmos | The Wire

Revive indigenous knowledge, reorient transport to deal with climate change, obesity  and undernutrition | Mongabay India

Two Thirds of Glaciers in the Hindu Kush Himalaya Could Melt by 2100 |  The Wire

A ‘gut’ feel drives HIV battle | The Telegraph

In Official List of India's Amphibians, 60% of Species Remain in 'Grey Zone' | The Wire

Plants might be able to remove lead from soil: study | The Hindu

India has problems that the West does not have and that’s an advantage | FactorDaily

In a first, a massage oil with your daily dose of vitamins | Hindustan Times

Baseball and Malaria keep coming back | IndiaBioscience

33rd Gujarat Science Congress begins | The Times of India
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