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This week, we bring research-based stories on: what is driving early marriages in India and Ethiopia, evidence of an ancient tsunami, nanoparticles from viruses to deliver drugs and an op-ed. In addition, there are a few more research-based news stories. This week we bring you stories in Assamese, 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 98 | 31 January 2019


Do you have a new publication or have come across one that is interesting from any institution in India that requires to be communicated, please let us know. If there is any popular science event/talk, which requires wider outreach please share it with us. We also welcome your feedback / suggestions / criticisms. You may write to us at editor@researchmedia.center
Research-based Stories
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Research-based stories from other media
 

A 25% pay raise? That’s not nearly enough, young Indian scientists say | Science

Government hikes stipends for research scholars; unacceptable, say students | The Hindu

Govt Finally Announces Researchers Stipend Hike – but Students Call It a Flop | The Wire

Centre raises Stipends of Research Fellows, associates hiked; many still unhappy | The New Indian Express

'Jai Anusandhan' Will Be an Empty Slogan Until It's Easy to Undertake Research | The Wire


Budget 2019: Has there been higher allocation for higher education in Modi-era? Let’s find out | The Financial Express

CSIR Lab? Work on Applied Research or Make do With Small Share of Funds | The Wire

Policy support for grassroots Innovation; a regional dialogue | DNA

New Padma protocol: Honouring innovators not enough, support them too | The Financial Express

Rajasthan Zika strain is endemic to Asia, says new study | The Hindu

Cracking the Puzzle of the “Mother of All Molecules”: A Conversation with Venki Ramakrishnan | Connect with IISc

‘We have to uphold rationality as a good way to move forward’ | LiveMint

The Man who knew Infinity | The Telegraph

Women in Science – Prof. Gali Madhavi Latha | IISc

Synopsis: Flexible Electronics, Heal Thyself | APS Physics


Malarial drug inhibits Zika virus growth, IIT Mandi team finds | The Hindu

Drug-loaded microparticles to manage Parkinson’s | The Hindu

Northeast Monsoon Flops, Triggering Drought-Like Conditions Across South India | The Wire

With CMB-Bharat, India can take lead in listening to faintest murmurs of early universe | The Hindu

Deadly ‘Superbug’ gene now makes its way to the islands of Arctic | LiveMint

Scientists Unravel New Class of More ‘Natural’ Mosquito Repellants | The Wire
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