Book Review
Developmental Journey of Propulsion Systems in India

The book is focused around the development of propulsion technologies used in launch vehicles and satellite systems and which are very important components of space systems.

Meher Wan
Brilliant Minds Addressing Formidable Challenges

“An eye-opening book that shows us all the amazing work India’s scientists are doing and teaches about the most cutting-edge research too. I thoroughly enjoyed it.” — Professor Ashutosh Sharma, Former Secretary, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India

Reviewed by Sonali Nagar
Documenting India’s Rich Heritage of Knowledge

Arguably the first book on the subject, structured as a classroom tool.

Anand Parthasarathy
India’s Innovation Journey: Products, Processes and People

The author has wisely widened the definition of innovation to include a broad sweep of ideas and public initiatives that were instrumental in ensuring good governance and a progressively better quality of life for Indians over the decades.

Anand Parthasarathy
Bridging the Urban-rural Divide – with Technology

The coinage, ‘Rurban’, crystallises the idea – morphing urban facilities into rural locales.

Anand Parthasarathy
A Quest to Inspire Young Minds

"First dream. Then make your dream as big as you can." - Tawakkol Karman, Nobel Peace Prize Winner (2011)

Monika Jaggi
Trees of Panjim

The state of Goa lies on the West Coast and has an interesting physiography and topography. 

Monika Koul
Demystifying COVID-19

The book “COVID-19: Separating Facts from Fiction” by Dr Anirban Mahapatra is one such attempt to comprehensively explain what COVID-19 is all about.

Meher Wan
What Does it Take to Become a Scientist or Innovator?

The stories of innovative discoveries and ingenious inventions of twenty Indian scientists and technologists have been profiled by Shweta Taneja in her recent book, They Found What? They Made What?

Hasan Jawaid Khan
Introducing AI and Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Data management are popular terms these days.

Meher Wan