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Nominations for scientists award invited

The Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technology is inviting applications for theresearch, skill or talent acquired by scientists in 10 different science disciplines - agricultural, biological, chemical, environmental, engineering and technology, home and social, mathematical, medical, physical and veterinary sciences.The applicants have to be natives of Tamil Nadu engaged in research, innovation...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Chennai

Honey Singh's voice samples recorded at CFSL

times news network Punjabi singer Honey Singh recorded his voice samples in the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) in Sector 36, Chandigarh,...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City

The Week In Science: Flying Snakes, Climate Change Crime Wave, Voynich Manuscript Decoded (A Bit)

The Week In Science: Flying Snakes, Climate Change Crime Wave, Voynich Manuscript Decoded (A Bit). But there’s still a lot more science news that broke this week; here’s a roundup:Snakes might not need to go on a plane to fly – turns out that in southeast Asia, there are at least five species that can glide from tree to tree. Coupled with the recent news that, science is making a really good case for...
Category : Business

India's five highest paid IT CEOs

Chandrasekaran joined TCS in 1987 after completing his Masters in Computer Applications from Tamil Nadu in 1986 and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Science from Tamil Nadu too.The SRM University has conferred the Degree of Doctor of Literature (2010) on N Chandrasekaran for his pioneering and outstanding contributions to the industry.He is responsible for formulating the company's global strategy,...
Source : Sify |
Category : IPO

New TV Show inspired by Facebook page

"I F-ing Love Science", a new show that will hit the Science Channel, is inspired by the popular Facebook page.Executive-produced by CBS late-night star Craig Ferguson, the series is inspired by the popular Facebook page "I F*ucking Love Science," created by British biology student Elise Andrew. It has gathered nearly five million followers by posting photos, cartoons, and news related to science,...
Source : Real Bollywood |
Category : Others | City : London

New TV Show inspired by Facebook page

F-ing Love Science", a new show that will hit the Science Channel, is inspired by the popularpage.Executive-produced by CBS late-night star Craig Ferguson, the series is inspired by the popular Facebook page "I F*ucking Love Science," created by British biology student Elise Andrew. It has gathered nearly five million followers by posting photos, cartoons, and news related to science, reports Ente...
Source : Prokerala |
Category : Entertainment | City : National

New TV Show inspired by Facebook page

"I F-ing Love Science", a new show that will hit the Science Channel, is inspired by the popular Facebook page.Executive-produced by CBS late-night star Craig Ferguson, the series is inspired by the popular Facebook page "I F*ucking Love Science," created by British biology student Elise Andrew. It has gathered nearly five million followers by posting photos, cartoons, and news related to science,...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Entertainment | City : London

IIT-Madras to host science awareness workshop

association with the Federation of Science Clubs of Tamil Nadu (FSCT) and the Madras Christian College Higher Secondary School, will be based on the theme, 'Science and Engineering - A Journey.'The workshop will introduce recent developments and applications of science and engineering and is expected to help students shape their careers.A total of 250 students from government, aided, Anglo Indian,...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Chennai

Coimbatore to host third International Science Congress

Third International Science Congress is scheduled to be held at Karunya University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India by ISCA on 8th - 9th December 2013. As per the organizers, the conference is going to be a major forum for international researchers and professionals to present their latest research, results and ideas in all areas of science including soft sciences.The conference aims to strengthen relations...
Source : Merinews |
Category : National

Fair shows lack of English versions of Tamil works

Thousands of people browsed and bought books at the 37th Chennai Book Fair which concludes today. But what stood out was that the grand exhibition had very little other than Tamil books. An extensive range of translations in Tamil from various European languages and in subjects including science, political thought and philosophy were on view.But for readers unfamiliar with Tamil, there was not much...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Chennai