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In this issue, read the featured story on ubiquity of hyperbolic geometry by Prof. Mahan MJ, Infosys Prize winner (2015). In addition, read our research-based stories on how affordable is recommended diets, spicules on sun, commuting behaviour in Mumbai, two new termite species and better soil moisture sensor using graphene oxide. And don't miss out two news stories and some of the regional stories as well. 

Issue 106 | 21 November 2019

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This article is the last of a three-part series from leading Indian researchers on the unsolved challenges in the field of mathematics and science as they find solutions to them. This article is attributed to Prof. Mahan MJ, Professor, School of Mathematics, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai. Prof. Mahan MJ was awarded the Infosys Prize for Mathematics in 2015.
The article series has been facilitated by Infosys Science Foundation.
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Prof R B Sunoj from IIT Bombay awarded the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize 2019 for his research on organic chemical reactions
Prof Siddhesh Kamat from IISER Pune awarded EMBO Young Investigators grant
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