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This week, we bring research-based stories on: about the adventurous tigers scaling new heights in Northeast India, the reason why some people feel tempted by the smell of Petrichor-the smell of the earth after rains tempting you to take a bite off the earth, new species of Geckos found in the Northeast and more. 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 92 | 20 December 2018

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Research-based Stories
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Research Beat
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Research-based stories from other media
The forgotten quantum Indian | The Statesman

Should GM Crops Feature in the 'Evergreen Revolution' India Dearly Needs? | The Wire

Under fire for GM crops article, an iconic Indian scientist clarifies his views | Science

How MS Swaminathan, father of India’s Green Revolution, got GM crops ‘all wrong’ | The Print

MS Swaminathan and his co-authors are not helping Indian farmers at a moment of crisis | The Print

Shouldn’t have been named 
author of anti-GM paper: MS Swaminathan | The Print

Platform for Smart Cities to share data on
anvil, could be monetised | The Indian Express

National Supercomputing Mission: Atos gets  ₹4,500-cr project | The Hindu Business Line

Govt cites strategic reasons: ‘Expert panel recommended against two time zones for India’ | The Indian Express
Events & Talks
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