View this email in the browser 13 Dec 2017
From the IBS desk

Dear readers,

Our month-long series on entrepreneurship in life sciences ended last week.  Each article in this series has been written by an expert in the field and addresses a unique aspect of entrepreneurship. Whether you are a PhD student thinking about becoming an entrepreneur or a seasoned scientist who would like to encourage innovation or entrepreneurship in your lab, these articles will definitely make sense. If you still haven't read them, find them below in our columns section. Do read and share them widely.

As the year draws to end, it is time for assessments and introspections. We too are looking back at the year to see which of our stories got our readers interested? As an extension, we will bring to you our most read stories in a special year-end newsletter. We hope you will wait for it. If you have any suggestions about what would you like to see in this newsletter, please write to us. We look forward to hearing from you.

And now, here are the stories from November.

Team IndiaBioscience

The flora in your spit that’s keeping you healthy
Divya Vishwanath

Scientists studying saliva of Indians find a thriving community of microbes in it. Though most of these are common to globally observed members of the oral microbiome, a few bacteria are exclusive to the Indian population.

Helping institutions embrace open access

Academicians and advocates of open access debate the need for open access institutional repositories.

Is there a secret recipe for successful science-entrepreneurship?
Praveen Vemula

Praveen Vemula, entrepreneur and scientist at The Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (inStem), lists the key elements of a successful academic startup.

Nurturing innovation in science institutes
S Ramaswamy

S Ramaswamy of The Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (inStem) writes about the role of institutional support and enabling ecosystem in establishing successful science-entrepreneurship.

Starting Up at the Grassroots
Swati Subodh

Swati Subodh of 1M1B foundation talks about startup opportunities at the bottom of the pyramid.

Is The Time Right For Deep-Science Driven Entrepreneurship In India?
Taslimarif Saiyed

Taslimarif Saiyed from C-CAMP writes about why is now a good time to be a science entrepreneur?

Ayurvedic Biology Program
Science and Engineering Research Board
Open deadline
ICAR Challenge Award 2017
Indian Council of Agricultural Research
31 December 2017

More grants.

Faculty Positions
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
29 December 2017
Scientist D
Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
31 December 2017

More jobs.

Workshop on Economic and Ecological Impacts of Invasive Alien Species
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata
24 December 2017

More events.


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