Scientists Simplifying Science


The week that it was : 21st – 27th May, 2017

This week as we practice giving and inspiring future generations on ‘Red Nose Day’, CSG saw various initiative stirred by members’ enthusiasm to help and educate young PhDs in their career choices. Let’s have a look at what kept CSGians busy this week. Lessons from nature Nature has always inspired science since ages. This week… Keep Reading

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Time perception in the brain

In our previous two entries, we discussed how painters and writers reflected on the passage of time, and we also learned what philosophers and physicists had to say about this issue. Now it’s the time of neurobiology! How does our brain perceive time? What are the neural bases and possible mechanisms underlying time perception? Is… Keep Reading

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Depression in Science

via GIPHY I was wondering for quite some time as to how I should start this article. The only way I could start talking about depression in science is being direct about it. Let’s face it- sometimes depression does creep into some of us who are doing science. I am writing this article to share… Keep Reading

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Transitioning from Bench to Academic management: Tête-à-tête with Dr. Viswanadham Duppatla

In Club SciWri’s transition interview series, we highlight the journey of Dr. Viswanadham Duppatla (Visu) today, who is the COO of MNR Foundation for Research and Innovations, India. Dr. Duppatla is a multifaceted research professional who envisions establishing an efficient system for training science graduates in India. He’s continuously striving for a change in the higher… Keep Reading

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Informational Interviews and How to go about them?

An informational or exploratory interview is an opportunity for the job seeker to explore about interested job roles, career fields or industries by seeking information from an expert individual who is experienced or currently working in the respective job role, career field or industry. The information obtained during this process enables the jobseeker to align… Keep Reading


The Patent Chronicle

May 23, 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


MedNess: Healthcare Business News from the Month of May

Hello everyone and welcome to MedNess: At the frontier of healthcare news. I am back with the news from healthcare business that had the most impact this month Read below to find out more.   To stay on top of scientific advancements, subscribe to Club SciWri ( Neurotrope’s Alzheimer’s candidate fails to yield statistically significant… Keep Reading


The week that it was – 15th to 21st May, 2017

I can’t help but start this week’s updates with discussing global warming as the Global Seed Vault buried in the Arctic to ensure food supply at the face of a humongous calamity by storing seeds of important crops is under risk as its protective permafrost is melting away. This brings me again to reiterate and… Keep Reading


Increasing public perception of science via robust science communication

Science is essential to the economic, societal and environmental growth of a country. Science improves the quality of life by providing better medical care, healthier environments, increased efficiency in industries, secured financial trading, improved food safety, strengthened border security, stimulating environment, etc. However, a lack of understanding of the scientific advances can have dire consequences.… Keep Reading

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