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Indian National Science Academy The National Institute of Sciences of India, now the Indian National Science Academy, was inaugurated on 7 January 1935 at Calcutta and functioned with its HQ at Asiatic Society of Bengal till 1946 and their after shifted to Delhi in 1951.

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IUPAP’s C3 Commission on Statistical Physics has conferred on Prof. Deepak Dhar, FNA the prestigious Boltzmann Medal dur...

IUPAP’s C3 Commission on Statistical Physics has conferred on Prof. Deepak Dhar, FNA the prestigious Boltzmann Medal during the recently held StatPhys conference. The first Indian to receive this prestigious international Gold Medal, given once in three years, he shares this honour (gold medal) with Prof. John J Hopfield of the USA.
Prof. Dhar, was inducted as INSA Fellow in the year 1995. After his superannuation from TIFR, Mumbai he joined Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune as professor emeritus.
The award recognises his ‘seminal contribution to several areas of statistical Physics, including self-organized criticality models, interfacial growth, universal long time relaxation in disordered magnetic systems, exact solutions in percolations and cluster counting problems and definitions of the spectral dimensions of fractals.’
Prof. Dhar is an alumnus of IIT-Kanpur and Caltech where he completed his PhD under Prof. Mathews but also worked as a Teaching Assistant with Nobel Laureate Richard Feynman.
The current research interests of Prof. Dhar include phase transitions in phase transitions with only hard core interactions. The phase transition in a system of hard spheres as a function of density from a gas like to a solid -like crystalline phase have been studied for a long time. He also studied lattice models of long straight rods of fixed length k (called kmers) show two phase transitions : from isotropic to nematic to a high density disordered phase.
Congratulations to Prof. Deepak Dhar on this honour. INSA family takes pride in achievements of its Fellows.

Some glimpses of the Science Day celebrations jointly by INSA and INYAS with lectures by Dr. AS Kiran Kumar, Prof. Chand...

Some glimpses of the Science Day celebrations jointly by INSA and INYAS with lectures by Dr. AS Kiran Kumar, Prof. Chandrima Shaha and Prof. Deveang Khakhar. Awards for 5 young scientist were also announced by INYAS.

INSA and INYAS celebrated National Science Day on 28th February by organising a programme that included the lecture of f...

INSA and INYAS celebrated National Science Day on 28th February by organising a programme that included the lecture of former ISRO Chairman Dr. AS Kiran Kumar, as well as addresses by INSA President Prof. Chandrima Shaha and Prof. Devang Khakhar (VP, INSA). Dr. Kiran Kumar gave a lucid account of the ISRO journey that has come to be a standard when one talks of achievements. He talked on the topic, 'Harnessing an Emerging Technology: Is there a Lesson in India's Space Efforts? In his well illustrated lecture, the former ISRO Chair started with stating Sarabhai's vision and followed up with the various mile stones that enriched Astro sciences, Meteorology, disaster management, agriculture and so on. He recalled the use of satellite by late Prof. Pisharoty's idea of using satellite imagery to detect coconut tree diseases in Kerala and application to help the fishermen in spotting fishing zones as well as getting various alerts when in the sea. He talked of various prestigious missions like Chandrayaan and Mars Orbiter Mission and answered questions about space debris, space tourism, cost of images which was brought down during his tenure and many others. . Prof. Shaha gave a very interesting account of the philosophy of science. She said that even serendipities were important but very often they were not as accidental as projected. She quoted that discovery meets a prepared mind. Prof. Shaha added that communicating science is also a very powerful tool and a key to enable global solution. She said that science that interconnects all the sciences that we do are good for the Earth we live on. She gave a clear message that we should leave behind a better world than what we had inherited. In his brief but very interesting presentation. Prof. Khakhar dwelt on four recent discoveries/ pieces of great work. He mentioned 10 Billion Dollar James Webb Telescope; the Tokomak which achieved 5 second-sustained fusion reaction even though with output to input ratio of only 0.3. He also termed the cure for HIV a great feat that saved a woman's life and now promises to guide in tackling other virus-caused diseases. He termed the 2-D polymeric ultra strong material a great work and added that this holds tremendous promise. Prof. Chandra Shekhar Sharma (former INYAS President) and the new incumbent Prof. RS Dhaka (IIT-D) and Prof. Rajani coordinated the award ceremony. On this occasion, the names of awardee five young scientists were also announced who made brief presentations. The new issue of INYAS Newsletter was also e-released on this occasion by Prof. Devang Khakhar. Vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. CM Nautiyal of INSA. Many others joined the proceedings which was also webcast live on YouTube.

National Science Day on February 28, 2022 (On a virtual platform)                                                       ...
INSA-INYAS National Science Day 2022

National Science Day on February 28, 2022
(On a virtual platform) Dr. A S Kiran Kumar
will deliver a public lecture. At this occasion, INYAS National Awards for Research Excellence will also be announced along with a short presentation by the awardees. INYAS annual newsletter in various regional languages will also be released as a part of this celebration.
Please join us to celebrate National Science Day as per the following schedule. Joining link (zoom meeting) is given below for your reference. Program will also be live streamed on INYAS YouTube channel.

National Science Day (Jointly organized by INSA and INYAS)
Date: February 28, 2022, Time: 10:00-12:00
Venue: YouTube

10:00-10:05 Welcome remarks by Chair, INYAS
10:05-10:15 Address by Prof. Chandrima Shaha (President, INSA)
10:15:10:45 Public Lecture (Speaker: Dr. A S Kiran Kumar, Former Chairman, ISRO)
10:45-10:55 Q&A session
10:55-11:00 Announcement of INYAS National Awards 2022 Winners
11:00-11:40 INYAS National Awards Lectures
11:40-11:50 Address by Prof. DV Khakhar (Vice President, INSA)
11:50-11:55 Release of INYAS Annual Newsletter in regional languages
11:55-12:00 Vote of Thanks

YouTube streaming link:

Public Lecture (11:00-12:00 IST)Speaker: Prof. Peter C Doherty (Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine, 1996)Topic: The Killer D...
INYAS GBM 2022 : Public Lecture II By Dr. V. K. Saraswat

Public Lecture (11:00-12:00 IST)
Speaker: Prof. Peter C Doherty (Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine, 1996)
Topic: The Killer Defence
About the Topic: Following vaccination, the principal immune ‘effectors’ involved in protection from any virus are the secreted (from plasma cells) antibodies that float around in blood or mucus, bind to free virus particles and prevent them from gaining access to the cytoplasm of the cells (initially in the nose for SARS-CoV-2) where they reproduce themselves. When it comes to recovering from an infection in, say, a partially protected or unvaccinated individual, the major immune effectors are the CD8+ ‘killer’ T cells that identify, then destroy these virus-producing cell ‘factories’. The talk will focus on both ‘killer’ viruses and the CD8+ ‘killer’ T cells that bring infections to an end, my research focus for almost 50 years.
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Inaugural Session (2:00-3:00 PM IST)
Chief Guest: Prof. K. VijayRaghavan, PSA, GoI
Guest(s) of Honor: Prof. Sandeep Verma, Secretary, SERB-DST; Prof. Devang Khakhar, Vice President, INSA
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Panel Discussion (6:00-7:30 PM IST)
Topic: Science Performance Indices: Need, Rationale and Alternatives
Panelists: Prof. Sandeep Verma (Secretary, sERB-DST), Prof. V. Ramgopal Rao (Former Director, IITD), Prof. Gaiti Hasan (Vice President, INSA), Dr. Deeksha Gupta (Sr. Associate Director, ACS-India), Dr. Chandra Shekhar Sharma (Chair, INYAS)
Moderator: Dr. B. Chagun Basha (Sr. Tech. Specialist, Office to PSA, GoI)
YouTube Link:

Day 3 (Feb. 19, 2022)
Technical Symposium (10:00-12:00 IST)
Theme: Light Emitting Materials for Societal Benefits
Keynote speaker: Dr. Bayram Saparov, University of Oklahoma, USA
Other speakers: Dr. K. R. Justin Thomas (IIT Roorkee), Dr. Vinita Grover Gupta (BARC Mumbai), Dr. Santosh K. Gupta (BARC Mumbai), Dr. Neha Sardana (IIT Ropar)
YouTube Link:

Public Lecture (6:00-7:00 PM IST)
Speaker: Dr. V. K. Saraswat (Member, NITI Aayog, GoI)
YouTube Link:

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Many Congratulations to Prof. GD Yadav on his election to the Fellowship of US National Academy of Engineering: For rese...

Many Congratulations to Prof. GD Yadav on his election to the Fellowship of US National Academy of Engineering: For research, innovation, and education in green chemistry, catalysis, nanotechnology, and chemical engineering leading to clean and green technologies.

In response, Prof Yadav expressed indebtedness, thanked and revealed that others in the list include Elon Musk, Satya Nadela, and Tata Group Chairman N Chandrasekaran.

Prof. GD Yadav, FNA has been elected to the Fellowship of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), USA which is considered among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer.

Prof. Yadav, a Padma Shri awardee, has also been Vice Chancellor of the Instt, Chemical Technology up to 2019, of which he is also an alumnus. The NAE recognition comes to those who make outstanding contributions to "engineering research, practice, or education, including, where appropriate, significant contributions to the engineering literature" and to "the pioneering of new and developing fields of technology, making major advancements in traditional fields of engineering, or developing/implementing innovative approaches to engineering education."

Individuals in the newly elected class will be formally inducted during the NAE's annual meeting on Oct. 2, 2022.

Prof. Shaha, President, INSA congratulated Prof. Yadav on behalf of INSA family. INSA takes pride in its Fellow's achievement.

INSA organised the webinar by Prof. Chennupati Jagadish, ANU and President-Elect, Australian Academy of Science today, F...

INSA organised the webinar by Prof. Chennupati Jagadish, ANU and President-Elect, Australian Academy of Science today, Feb. 2, on 'Semiconductor Nanostructures for Optoelectronics Applications'. In the well attended session (streamed live on YouTube and Zoom), Prof. Jagadish explained the intricacies of the processes of manufacturing these nanostructures and with slides elaborated on their various applications. He showed how nanostructures fabricated in the lab in the shape of rings, diamonds, nanowires and others could be useful in many ways. In repairing the damage to brain (neuron), the nanostructures could be very useful and it has been demonstrated experimentally. The Nanowire LED is another example of utility. Performance evaluation of meta materials also can utilise nanomaterial-based techniques. Combined with LASER, it has led to many important uses. The webinar attracted people from research institutions, universities, IITs and also colleges. There was a lively question-answer session and clarified many doubts. The guests and the audience were welcomed by INSA President Prof. Chandrima Shaha and Past President and nanomaterial expert Prof. Ajay K Sood chaired the session.

REMINDER FOR TOMORROW !!Second Feb. (Wednesday), 2022 at 11 AM.Prof. CHENNUPATI JAGADISH, FNA, a Fellow of another 10 Ac...

Second Feb. (Wednesday), 2022 at 11 AM.
Prof. CHENNUPATI JAGADISH, FNA, a Fellow of another 10 Academies of the world will be delivering a webinar at INSA forum on second of February (Feb.2, 2022).
Prof. Jagadish is a Distinguished Professor, Head of Semiconductors, Optoelectronics and Nanotechnology at ANU, Canberra. He will be the first Indian origin President of the Australian Academy of Science as he will be occupying the chair in the first week of May, 2022.
The field of his research is hot. There may be rush.
LINK for 11 AM on 2nd February, 2022

गणतंत्र दिवस पर भारतीय राष्ट्रीय विज्ञान अकादमी की ओर से आप सबको हार्दिक बधाई!Hearty felicitations to all on the Republi...

गणतंत्र दिवस पर भारतीय राष्ट्रीय विज्ञान अकादमी की ओर से आप सबको हार्दिक बधाई!

Hearty felicitations to all on the Republic Day from Indian National Science Academy!

It is with great happiness that we bring to your knowledge that Prof. Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay, FNA figures in the list...

It is with great happiness that we bring to your knowledge that Prof. Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay, FNA figures in the list of Padma Shri awardees for 2021, in the field of science and engineering.. An awardee of SS Bhatnagar, TWAS and Infosys prizes and many others, she has had among her important assignments directorship of the Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata. Prof. Sanghamitra is also a Fellow of the Nat'l Aca. Sci.; INAE and IEEE and the World Academy of Sciences. She is a Senior Associate of ICTP (Trieste, Italy). Inducted as INSA Fellow in 2016, she is a well known name in the field of Machine Language, Pattern Recognition and Computational Biology. She has also authored several books in the field from reputed publishers. Congratulations from INSA to Prof. Bandyopadhyay on being conferred with PADMA SHRI.


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Promotion of scientific knowledge in India including its practical application to problems of national welfare. Coordination among Scientific Academies, Societies, Institutions, Government Scientific Departments and Services. To act as a body of scientists of eminence for the promotion and safeguarding of the interests of scientists in India and to present internationally the scientific work done in the country To act through properly constituted National Committees, in which other learned academies and societies may be associated, for undertaking scientific work of national and international importance which the Academy may be called upon to perform by the public and by the Government. To publish such proceedings, journals, memoirs and other publications as may be found desirable. To promote and maintain liaison between Science and Humanities To secure and manage funds and endowments for the promotion of Science. To perform all other acts that may assist in, or be necessary for the fulfilment of the above-mentioned objectives of the Academy.

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International Day of Women and Girls in Science provides an opportunity to recognize the valuable contributions of women scientists. Through the #NariGyanBadheVigyan initiative Ministry of Earth Sciences Government of India acknowledges the contributions of Dr Purnima Jalihal. Sc-G, National Institute of Ocean Technology, whose significant work in the areas of Desalination, Ocean Energy, Offshore structures and floating body dynamics, that are of vital importance to ocean sciences. She has been awarded the prestigious Vishwakarma Medal in 2006 by the Indian National Science Academy and won the Academy Uehara Prize by the International OTEC community in 2019. Dr Jitendra Singh Press Information Bureau - PIB, Government of India #WomenInScience #WomenEmpowerment
Indian National Science Academy (INSA), established in 1935 at Kolkata (now at New Delhi), catalyses and promotes #science and is a body for promoting excellence in science through identifying, grooming and developing #scientific talent and advising on science. It has built a structure that catalyses thinking and evolves opinions on topical issues like higher education in science; #womeninscience, and #ethics, and promotes #scientific #temper. Bringing out documents on them provides the planners with reasoned, evidence-based perspectives. Located at Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, INSA is an academy and functions as an autonomous institution of the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India . Read More at:
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Due to some technical issues in submission process in the initial days after announcement, the last date for submission of your application for INYAS National Awards for Research Excellence is extended now till 7th January, 2022. This year, these awards are in the following five categories: a) Best Research in Natural Nanofibers with Societal Impact b) Best Ph.D. Thesis in the area of Carbon Materials c) Excellence in Nano Innovation Award d) Best Ph.D. Thesis in Electrochemistry e) Sir John Mason Thesis Award for Interdisciplinary Research Check the eligibility here. If you are eligible and have not applied yet, please do so by Jan. 7, 2022. Department of Science and Technology, Government of India Indian National Science Academy Indian National Academy of Engineering CSIR, India Department of Biotechnology, India IASc
Join the Webinar on "Dengue Fever: Control & Prevention", organized by Regional Science City Lucknow a unit of National Council of Science Museums-NCSM, Ministry of Culture, Government of India in collaboration with Indian National Science Academy #denguefever
#MeetTheJury A pioneer in studying the organization, plasticity and dynamics of the brain’s cerebral cortex using experimental and theoretical approaches, he is the Director of the Simons Center for the Social Brain at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His group has demonstrated novel mechanisms underlying disorders of brain development, and proposed innovative strategies for treating them. He is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society (UK), the US National Academy of Medicine, the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, AAAS - The American Association for the Advancement of Science, TWAS - The World Academy of Sciences, and the Indian National Science Academy. Meet Prof. Mriganka Sur FRS, Jury Chair for the 2021 Infosys Prize in Life Sciences. MIT Brain and Cognitive Sciences
INYAS Saransh (सारांश) Competition_Selected Entries for Final Round (Chemical Sciences) 1. Feba Thomas P_IISER TVM 2. Vikram Kishore Bharti_IIT Hyderabad 3. N Usha Kiran_CSIR-Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology, Bhubaneswar 4. Vishakha Goyal_CSIR-Indian Institute of petroleum 5. Pratiksha Joshi_CSIR-Indian Institite Of Petroleum, Dehradun IIT HYDERABAD CSIR, India CSIR-Institute of Minerals & Materials Technology Indian Institute Of Petroleum (IIP) IISER Thiruvananthapuram Anton Paar India Anton Paar Department of Science and Technology, Government of India Indian National Science Academy Dr Jitendra Singh
INYAS National level Science Communication competition, Saransh (सारांश) final rounds are scheduled on November 11-13. A very eminent jury will evaluate the shortlisted entries and choose the best among the better ones in different subjects categories. Please find some time to watch these interesting 3 min videos available on YouTube which are shortlisted (12 out of 50) in Life Sciences category. 1. Arunita Banerjee_Indian Institute of Science Education and Research(IISER) Kolkata 2. Prakash Sivakumar_CSIR-Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology 3. Subhashini Pandey_Institute For Stem Cell Science and Regenerative Medicine, Bengaluru 4. Sakshi Goel_Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur 5. Jervis Fernandes_IISER Thiruvananthapuram 6. RESHMA V MENON_IISER Thiruvananthapuram 7. SHRINIKETAN PURANIK_ICAR- INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI 8. Ankush Garg_INSTITUTE OF NANOSCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, MOHALI 9. Vaishna V_CDFD Hyderabad 10. GARIMA ARYA_ Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Mohali, India 11. Ms. Preeti Bhagel_Defence Institute of Physiology & Allied Sciences (DIPAS), Defence R & D Organization (DRDO) 12. Princy Choudhary_Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad #ScienceForThePeople #sciencecommunication #scienceforall #freethescience #openscience Dr Jitendra Singh Ashutosh Sharma Iitk Vijay K VijayRaghavan Shekhar Chintamani Mande Department of Science and Technology, Government of India Indian National Science Academy India Science TV Channel Vigyan Prasar IndiaBioscience Principal Scientific Adviser to GoI IASc Indian National Academy of Engineering
Congratulations, Prof. Navakanta Bhat, IISc Bangalore, for being elected as a Fellow of the Indian National Science Academy! Prof. Bhat was awarded the Infosys Prize 2018 in Engineering and Computer Science for his work on the design of novel biosensors based on his research in biochemistry, materials and microelectronics that push the performance limits of existing metal-oxide sensors.
We are happy to inform that LOQM PI, Prof. Anshuman Kumar (AK) has received the Young Scientist Medal 2021 awarded by the Indian National Science Academy. The award is considered to be the highest recognition of promise, creativity and excellence in young scientists, and awarded annually by INSA for research conducted by scientists in India. AK has dedicated this award to our valiant LOQM team of brilliant graduate students and postdocs ( who have made this possible. Together, we will continue to push boundaries of photonics of quantum materials with your support. IIT Bombay Department of Science and Technology, Government of India
CONTAGION is selected as a #FallingWallsEngage Winner! We are absolutely delighted that the exhibition-season is in the running for the title of #ScienceBreakthrough of the Year in the Science Engagement category! You can continue to explore CONTAGION’s fascinating exhibits and attend our monthly programming till December. We're bringing you lectures, film screenings, workshops and more. Join us as we explore everything from public health posters and graphic medicine to open-source tools and community engagement. See CONTAGION now: Falling Walls Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw @jahnavi.phalkey Karnataka Science and Technology Promotion Society - KSTePS DBT WT India Alliance Indian National Science Academy John Innes Centre Chennai Photo Biennale Dr Jenner's House Wellcome Trust Wellcome Collection Jeremy Farrar Ashoka University National Centre for Biological Sciences - NCBS Le thinnai kreyol Blast Theory Tactical Tech The Bancroft Library World Health Organization (WHO) Harvard Kennedy School Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy (CDDEP) NIMHANS University of Exeter University of St Andrews Swansea University CMC Vellore IISc Bangalore microENVISION Srishti Manipal Institute of Art, Design & Technology Science Gallery Dublin Science Gallery Melbourne Science Gallery London Science Gallery Venice Science Gallery Detroit Science Gallery Rotterdam Science Gallery Atlanta German Consulate General Bengaluru Swissnex in India U.S. Consulate General Chennai #ScienceSummit #TransmissionStartsNow