Category Archives: India
Overcoming the difficulties of nanotechnology water treatments means developing innovative solutions to engineer a usable product. One answer could be to develop methods where the nanoparticles need not be suspended in the water. For example, one can stick — or … Continue reading
Gold has a mesmerising influence on human imagination. Rudyard Kipling immortalised it in his poem ” Gold is for the mistress”. I have always been fascinated by the golden mask that covered the face of the mummy of the young … Continue reading
… is now available online. Thanks to Giridhar for posting it; he also has a summary of the key recommendations regarding the salary structure at IISc, IITs, IIMs and IISERs.
If you are a student with an interest in joining IISc’s doctoral program in engineering, you may have missed seeing this stuff which appears in some nondescript location in the admission brochure: NOTE: Candidates with BE/ B Tech/ M Sc … Continue reading
This article was first published as SRINIVASAN, SHARADA and RANGANATHAN, SRINIVASA. 1997. “Metallurgical Heritage of India”,.in Golden Jubilee Souvenir, Indian Institute of Science, pp. 29-36. Bangalore: Indian Institute of Science In spite of being an article in a Souvenir it … Continue reading
A citation classic from 1964 I had the good fortune that my very first paper in my research career published in Acta Metallurgica in 1964 became a citation classic. The article by David Brandon, my Ph D Supervisor at Cambridge … Continue reading