Scientists Simplifying Science


The week that it was – 23rd to 30th April, 2017

The week in the scientific community has been hugely highlighted with plans and meetings around ensuring that the March for Science momentum doesn’t fizzle out. And communication of unaltered facts has clearly gathered a lot of attention and has been rightly prioritized. Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales launches Wikitribune to provide ‘correct facts’. University of Split,… Keep Reading


The time of philosophers

Editor’s Note: With our cameras, we ‘try’ to capture time, well preserved in our sequential snapshots on a daily basis. But have you ever wondered how our consciousness perceives the sense of time and the temporal sequences? Is it a mere birth of our illusionist memories enabling us to differentiate the past, present and thereafter… Keep Reading

That Makes Sense

In the #MarchForScience: Just Imagine

Of the weird things I have on my bucket list, one has always been being part of a protest. Filmy that I am, the vision of me marching and shouting slogans has always seemed immensely appealing. Maybe it’s the idea of being a part of something bigger than me, even if it’s just for a… Keep Reading


The Patent Chronicle

(April 25th, 2017) Your weekly dose from the world of patents. The Patent Chronicle is led by Syam Anand, who has been at the core of CSG’s development and an entrepreneur himself. This section is your go to destination every week for a capsule dose on the hottest happenings in the patent world. Syam has clinically dissected out… Keep Reading


The week that it was : 17th – 22nd April, 2017

This week on CSG we celebrate Earth’s Day and assert our support and integrity towards ‘Science’ while endorsing the worldwide ‘March for Science’. Our cover-page for CSG and the Weekly updates this week is an illustration by Ipsa Jain, specially for the March for Science enthusiasts. Zika vaccination reaches clinical trails in India Scientists in… Keep Reading


Unity in diversity – Göttingen’s March for Science

Göttingen, the city of science, is not called so for nothing at all. In nineteenth century, seven professors from Göttingen university, now popularly called Göttinger Sieben, dared standing up against the Kingdom of Hanover, protesting against the alteration of the constitution. Inspired by them the Göttinger Achtzehn, a group of 18 nuclear scientists from the… Keep Reading


FDA Breakthrough A’La CAR-T: Medness Focus on Novartis CTL019

What’s the big news? Novartis announced that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted the company’s Biologics License Application (BLA) filing and granted priority review for CTL019 (tisagenlecleucel-T), an investigational Chimeric Antigen Receptor T cell (CAR-T) therapy, in relapsed and refractory (r/r) pediatric and young adult patients with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL).… Keep Reading

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