A conversation with this year’s World Food Prize winner Prof. Rattan Lal, moderated by the ISC Communications Director Alison Meston.
A moderated discussion with leading researchers on ethical practices in academic research. The topics covered include purity of data, publication ethics and plagiarism. This discussion is broadly based on the “National Policy on Academic Ethics", a document that was issued by the office of the Principal Scientific Advisor (PSA) to Government of India in the year 2019.
In this second webinar of the ‘Science Policy 101’ series, Aditya Kaushik walks us through the history of Science, Technology and Innovation Policies in India so far, their motivation, salient features, and significant outcomes. This was followed by a general discussion on the four policy statements.
Dr. Mohammad Aslam and Dr. Onkar Nath Tiwari join us in the fourth instalment of the interactive webinar series from the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India. In this webinar, the speakers elaborate on the DBT's competitive grant system.
What is Science Policy? How are Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) policies made in India? Is there an institutional mechanism for STI policymaking? Who are the actors involved in the STI policy process? How does evidence flow into this process? This webinar was the first of the 'Science Policy 101' series, in which the speakers, Chagun Basha and Aditya Kaushik attempt to answer, think-through and discuss these questions.