“CSIR has always had an environment and a culture that fosters innovation and entrepreneurship” — Dr N. Kalaiselvi
While creativity and innovation are often thought of as separate entities, they are interconnected and can reinforce each other. Creativity can inspire innovation, and innovation can drive creativity.
Grassroots innovations emerge to address unmet (or sub-optimally met) social and technological needs. They address the inertia of the formal institutions of public policy and market as well as some of the informal community institutions
Deep Science Entrepreneurship as an entrepreneurial venture that commercialises and scales a scientific advancement that is novel, breakthrough or first-in-class is a vehicle that helps achieve this goal.
The world's most inventive economies are represented by the Global Innovative Index. The ranking of a nation's rating is determined by a number of factors, such as its success and capability for innovation.
With innovation and entrepreneurship high on the developmental agenda, several government initiatives are directed towards promoting and nurturing innovation at various levels and in several sectors in India.
Several awards are being given to innovators by organisations to promote a culture of innovation.
Scientists in research institutes need to tell people about their mandate and their contributions and scientists need to share the knowledge created with the masses –beingscientifically socially responsible
The team from Punjabi University found the two new species when they were on a campaign to document the biodiversity of ants in different parts of the country.
Carbon dioxide is an essential component in the flow of energy in the biosphere.It is an essential component of photosynthesis. Carbon dioxide thus is essential for life on the Earth
B. Gowsika& G. Chelladurai
Dr N.K. Prasanna and Dr S.K. Varshney