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News stories about IISER Pune:

  1. Prof. M. Jayakannan and Dr. Nagaraj Balasubramaian collaborated to design drug carriers that can target breast can cer cells. Pune Mirror reported on their research. July 13, 2018

  2. Dr. Sutirth De and his group's research on how adaptability of bacteria increases when exposed to complex environments was covered by The Hindu. June 27, 2018

  3. Dr. Sutirth De's work on the environmental factors that influence the dispersal pattern of species in the fruit fly Drosophila was covered by Research Matters. June 21, 2018.

  4. Dr. Neelesh Dahanukar was a part of the team that has discovered a new species of fish in the rivers of Western Ghats. Bangalore Mirror reported the news. June 221, 2018.

  5. Dr. Argha Banerjee's (Earth and Climate Science, IISER Pune) work on how the Himalayas continueto grow taller defying erosion, was covered by the Times of India and Brighter Kashmir. June 20, 2018.

  6. Dr. A. A. Natu was conferred the 'Cross of Merit' by the German Government for his contributions to strengthening Indo-German relations. Times of India reported the news. June 12, 2018.

  7. Dr. Argha Banerjee's (Earth and Climate Science, IISER Pune) research on changes in length of Himalayn glaciers and its implications for climate chage was referenced in an article on Scroll.in's Climate Watch series and in an article in The Pioneer on environmental disaster.

  8. CoESME, IISER Pune (in collaboration with Sakal NIE) is organising a series of workshops on hands-on science toys for students and teachers. Sakal covered the workshops that took place in February, 2018, September, 2017, April, 2018 and June 2018(1) and (2).

  9. Prof. L.S. Shashidhara was elected an Associate Member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO), making him only the third Indian to do so. Times of India and reported the news. May 16, 2018.

  10. IISER Pune is organising a 3-week orientation camp for girls from rural Maharashtra studying in Class XI under DST's Vigyan Jyoti scheme. Indian Express and Hindustan Times reported. May 10, 2018.

  11. India Science Wire and APNLive reported on a workshop on Research Management that was held at IISER Pune under the aegis of IRMI, an initiative of the Wellcome-DBT India Alliance. May 5, 2018.

  12. Dr. Mousomi Bhakta received INSA Young Scientist Medal for 2018. The news was reorted by The Times of India. May 3, 2018.

  13. Dr. Deepak Barua's work on the relationship between leaf traits and thermotolerence of plants was reported by Research Matters. April 16, 2018.

  14. Dr. Anand Krishnan's research on how Egyptian fruit bats navigate was covered by Research Matters. April 3, 2018

  15. Dr. Suhita Nadkarni's career journey and research on neuroscience was profiled by Firstpost as part of their series on Indian Women in Science. March 22, 2018

  16. Dr. Pushkar Sohoni led a Heritage Walk at an old church in Pune. Pune Mirror reported. March 21, 2018.

  17. Dr G V Pavan Kumar’s group has experimentally shown for the first time, that Raman and fluorescence components of scattered light behave differently when confined to a plasmonic nano-cavity - a finding that may have applications in several fields. The news was reported by Sakal Times and Indian Express. February 5, 2018.

  18. Prof A. A. Natu was nominated by the Chancellor as member of the Academic Council of SP Pune University till August 2022. A Marathi Daily covered the news. Januray 31, 2018.

  19. Dr. Kundan Sengupta and team's work on nuclear protein lamin B2 showed for the first time that it is involved in determination of morphology and function of the nucleolus. The Hindu reported the news. January 29, 2018.

  20. Dr Mayurika Lahiri and group have found that a DNA-dependent protein kinase that is involved in DNA repair, plays a role in transformation of normal cells to cancerous cells. The Hindu covered the news. The article was also cited on Science Chronicle (a science blog). January 22, 2018.

  21. IISER Pune plans to initiate an international Ph.D. programme for nationals of countries other than India from the next academic year. Indian Express reported. January 20, 2018.

  22. IISER Pune and Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel jointly organised a conference on chemical biology from January 17-19, 2018 to promote collaborations and academic exchange between scientists from the two countries. Sakal Times reported on the meeting. January 20, 2018.

  23. Dr Sudha Rajamani's group researches chemical origins of life on earth. She was part of the NASA-Spaceward Bound Expedition to Ladakh. The Intersection did a podcast on the expedition and interviewed Dr Sudha (see 7:14 onward). Rajya Sabha TV also covered the project in their programme Science Monitor (see 1:04 onward). See here an official video on the expedition. January 17, 2018

  24. Prof G. Ambika's research on analysing ECG signals using elements from the mathematical concept of fractals was recently published. Hindustan Times and The Indian Express reported the news. January 7, 2018.

  25. Prof. Satish Ogale and his student's research on use of walnut shells as  battery material was covered by Greater Kashmir. December 21, 2017

  26. A fitness centre for behavioural deficiencies was inaugurated at Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Pune, based on principles arising from Prof. Milind Watve's work at IISER Pune. Pune Mirror covered the news. December 17, 2017.

  27. Dr Pushkar Sohoni's talk about the heritage of Jews in Maharashtra in the popular science talk series 'Vidnyan Gappa' organised by IISER Pune in association with Marathi Vidnyan Parishad was covered by Indian Express. December 11, 2017

  28. Dr R. Vaidhyanathan and Prof. Satish Ogale's research on development of a covalent organic framework that can greatly boost storage capacity of a Li-ion battery was reported by The Hindu, Indian Express, and Peer Scientist. December 5, 2017.

  29. IISER Pune and University of Glasgow signed an agreement for a mobility scheme to allow exchange of researchers and students. Times of India, Hindustan Times and Indian Express reported. December 5, 2017

  30. IISER Pune hosted the France-India 24H Chrono Entrepreneurship Challenge for PhD and Masters students. Hindustan Times reported on the event. December 18, 2017

  31. IISER Pune had organised a science exhibition for general public on occasion of Children's Day. About 4000 children, teachers and parents visited the exhibition. Sakal covered the event. November 20, 2017

  32. IISER Pune BS-MS student Kabir Dabholkar won Young Musician award of the year. He was shortlisted as one of seven candidates and triumphed, playing classical guitar. Times of India published an article on Kabir's accomplishments. November 12, 2017

  33. IISER Pune won the Clarivate Analytics India Research Excellence - Citation Award 2017 in the category ‘Institutions Established Within 15 Years’. The Hindu Business Line and BusinessWire India covered the news. November 4, 2017.

  34. The multi-institutional DST-APEX project on solar energy, in which one of the partners is IISER Pune's Prof. Satishchandra Ogale, was awarded the prestigious Newton Prize for 2017. The Times of India and WorldNews reported. November 4, 2017.

  35. Prof Jayant B. Udgaonkar took over as the new Director of IISER Pune on November 1, 2017. This news and his views on various topics were widely covered by Hindustan Times, Times of India, Indian Express, and local press. November 2, 2017.

  36. Dr Atikur Rahman and group's findings on use of nanomaterials to reduce reflections from the surface of glass were reported by News18. November 1, 2017.

  37. Dr Nirmalya Ballav's work on development of graphene supercapacitors that could be used to provide greater pwer and sustained energy was covered by the Times of India. October 30, 2017.

  38. A musical play scripted by Dr John Matthew with an emsemble cast of IISER Pune students and staff was performed on campus. Pune Mirror reported on it. October 22, 2017.

  39. Training workshops for college teachers organised by CoESME, IISER Pune at Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla University, Raipur and Sacred Heart College, Kochi received a good response. The Hitavada, Times of India reported. October 7, 2017

  40. Dr Argha Banerjee's findings that a blanketing of debris does not seem to protect Himalayan glaciers from ice loss due to global warming were reported by the Times of India. September 24, 2017.

  41. Scroll.in published an article on a book co-authored by Dr Pushkar Sohoni on the history of Bene Israeli Jews in India and in Maharashtra in particular. September 22, 2017

  42. The Centre of Excellence in Science and Mathematics Education (CoESME) at IISER Pune conducts teacher training programmes and educational outreach activities. COESME member Ashok Rupner develops science toys from easily available materials. COESME activities and one of the toys were covered by the Indian Express. September 9, 2017.

  43. IISER Pune and University of Edinburgh, UK jointly organised a four-day workshop to discuss innovative scientific solutions on clean energy research for rural India. Hindustan Times reported. September 7, 2017

  44. Dr. Richa Rikhy’s work on the organization and function of mitochondria in the context of early embryonic development in fuit flies was covered on Research Matters. August 28, 2017.

  45. Cipla Foundation is supporting the construction of an undergraduate chemistry laboratory at IISER Pune. The news was covered by the Times of India, Hindustan Times. August 28, 2017.

  46. An advanced Instrumentation facility for life science research set up by PerkinElmer was inaugurated at IISER Pune. Hindu Business Line, Indian Express, Times of India,

  47. Disha, a volunteer student group of IISER Pune, conducts educational outreach for underpriviledged children around the Pashan area. The activities at one of their study centres in Lahmani Vasti were covered by the Times of India. August 8, 2017.

  48. Modeling studies detailed in Prof Milind Watve's recent research paper suggest that glucose and insulin may not be central to type 2 diabetes. The Hindu Business Line , BioSpectrum, Research Matters and Pune Mirror covered the news. August 8, 2017.

  49. IISER Pune and IUCAA signed a Memorandum of Understanding for setting up a new Centre for Gravitational Physics and Astronomy. The news was covered by the Times of India and Indian Express. August 2, 2017

  50. PhD student Shishir Sankhyan's contribution in the discovery of a supercluster of galaxies, named Saraswati, was covered widely by the press. Indian Express; The Hindu; Hindustan Times, LiveMint; Huffington Post India; The Hindu Businessline; Sakal Times,; The Indian Wire; Phys.org. July 14, 2017. Rajya Sabha TV Hindi and English also covered the discovery. July 29, 2017.

  51. Dr. Pinaki Talukdar, Associate Professor of Chemistry, won the Bronze Medal of Chemical Research Society of India (CRSI). The Indian Express and Hindustan Times reported. July 24, 2017.

  52. Karishma Bansal, an IISER Pune alumnus, is part of a team of researchers that detected for the first time, two supermassive black holes orbiting each other, in a galaxy about 750 million light years away from Earth. Times of India reported. July 8, 2017

  53. Dr Neelesh Dahanukar was involved in the discovery and classification of a new species of burrowing frog from Maharashtra. Hindustan Times covered the news. June 28, 2017.

  54. Dr. Sudipta Basu and Dr. Nirmalya Ballav have developed a novel cancer drug-delivery system using graphene oxide nanoparticles. Science Chronicle and The Hindu reported. June 24, 2017.

  55. Dr Thomas Pucadyil was recently named HHMI International Scholar, the only Indian scientist among 41 biomedical researchers from sixteen countries. Indian Express reported the news. June 14, 2017.

  56. Dr Harinath Chakrapani's group developed a small molecule that is being tested for reversing bacterial drug resistance.The Hindu and Journosdiary (a blog) covered the news. May 6, 2017.

  57. Dr Chaitanya Athale's article about his group's work on development of an image analysis tool for live cell microscopy was published in 'From the Lab' feature of Indian Express, April 17, 2017.

  58. IISER Pune BS-MS student Yaikhomba Mutum won the Gates Cambridge scholarship to pursue his PhD at University of Cambridge, UK. Hindustan Times, Imphal Free Press and Imphal Times reported the news. April 12, 2017.

  59. A recent review that figured among the top most-read articles over the last month on Altmetrics, Dr. Sutirth Dey along with researchers from JNCASR, Bangalore and IISER Mohali follow the development of the niche construction idea in evolutionary biology. Eminent evolutionary biologist Prof. Jerry Coyne walks us through the review on his blog. The Hindu also covered it. March, 2017

  60. IISER Pune has been selected by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Govt. of India, for support and installation of a High Performance Computer system. Times of India covere dthe news. March 10, 2017.

  61. The  announcement about Mathematics Day celebrations at IISER Pune were carried by Pune Mirror. March 8, 2017.

  62. Bajaj Auto Ltd. announced a generous endowment to IISER Pune towards construction of a hostel for women research scholars. Indian Express reported. February 25, 2017

  63. Dr R. Vaidhyanathan's work on development of Metal Organic Framework (MOF) for capture and removal carbon dioxide was covered by the Indian ExpressFebruary 6, 2017.

  64. Prof LS Shashidhara, Chair of Biology at IISER Pune was interviewed about his research on Eureka programme of Rajya Sabha TV. November 20, 2016. He also spoke to Living Science about importance of science in society, science research, education and pedagogy, December, 2016.

  65. Prof. Satishchandra Ogale's work on a making a flexible nanogenerator was reported in The Hindu. November 13, 2016.

  66. Dr. Prasad Subramanian's work in collaboration with TIFR Mumbai on effect of June 2015's solar ejections on Earth’s magnetic field was reported by Sakal Times. November 5, 2016 

  67. Creative games that help team-buliding, played at the IISER Pune student fest Karvaan were mentioned in an article about the subject in The Times of India. November 2, 2016.

  68. Dr Nirmalya Ballav and group's work on synthesis of insulating Metal Organic Frameworks that can be used as semiconductors was covered by The Hindu. November 1, 2016

  69. Prof. K.N. Ganesh's address at the international conference on ‘Advanced Polymers for Science and Technology’ at VIT University was covered by The Hindu. October 24, 2016

  70. A joint, high-end micriscopy centre for micro and super-resolution imaging by IISER Pune and Leica was recently inaugurated. Sakal Times and Pune Mirror reported the news. October, 2016

  71. Integrated PhD student Abhishek Swarnkar's work on solar cells made with phase-stable quantum dots was published in the renowned journal Science. Indian Express, The Hindu and Maharashtra Times reported on the news. October, 2016

  72. Dr. R. Vaidhyanathan and group's work on synthesis of a new crystalline polymer with applictions in the process of electrochemical splitting of water was covered by Pune MirrorSeptember 25, 2016.

  73. Prof Satish Ogale and his lab have devised a simple, cost-effective and quick process to convert sugarcanebagasse into a conducting, activated carbon material for use in Li-ion batteries. This research was reported by The Hindu. September 22, 2016.

  74. Dr Mayurika Lahiri was interviewed by the website The Life of Science on her experiences as chairperson of the Daycare facility at IISER Pune and on her research on cancer biology. September 12, 2016

  75. Dr Sujit Ghosh's (Assistant Professor in Chemistry, IISER Pune) group works on developing novel crstalline organic frameworks. The media reported on their various potential applications in fuel cells (Nature Asia & The Hindu) and oil-spills (SakalTimes and Sakal e-paper). August, 2016

  76. Prof AA Natu and three others led a team of Indian students at the 48th International Chemistry Olympiad held Tbilisi, Georgia. The team bagged two gold and two silver medals. Indian Express reported the news. August 5, 2016

  77. In collaboration with IISER Pune and University of Melbourne (UoM), SP Pune University launched a new blended three-year BSc course on May 6, 2016. University of Melbourne announced the launch on their website. June 1, 2016

  78. Times of India recently reported on the IISER Pune's academic programmes, with focus on the integrated BS-MS course structure and admission process. May 23, 2016.

  79. IISER Pune received generous ednowment grants from Infosys Foundation to help meritorius and underpriviledged students and from Balan Group for setting up a science outreach centre on campus. Indian Express, Times of India, India Infoline, Economic Times and others reported the news. May 2016.

  80. Prof. Sulabha Kulkarni was selected as a member of the Government's 18-member Standing Committee for promoting women in science. The Times of India and PharmaBiz covered the news. April 19, 2016.

  81. A delegation from ENS-Lyon, France visited IISER Pune to discuss the modalities for academic cooperation and exchange. Sakal Times covered the visit. The Times of India also reported on the visit and on IISER Pune's courses in the humanities. April 13, 2016.

  82. The Centre of Excellence in Science and Mathematics Education, the outreach centre at IISER Pune conducted a seminar on Science Policy for Women Scientists. Sakal Times reported. March 31, 2016

  83. Prof KNGanesh (Director, IISER Pune) was recently appointed as a Chief Editor of a new open-access journal of the American Chemical Society called ACS Omega. The news of the journal's launch was covered by various science fora like the AAAS news portal EurekaAlert and IISc faculty member Giridhar Madras' blog and science resource blog Knowledge Speak. Prof Ganesh's appointment was also convered by the Times of India, March 28, 2016

  84. Mathematics Day (Pi Day) celebrations at IISER Pune were covered by Sakal Times. March 15, 2016.

  85. Dr. Ashutosh Kotwal (Fritz London Professor at Duke University, USA) recently wrote an article in the leading Marathi daily Sakal wherein he mentions IISER Pune Physicists' contribution to international scientific projects. March 2016.

  86. Disha is a voluntary organization of IISER Pune students that for the social cause of helping underpriviledged children with education. The good work they are doing was covered by a local weekly The Golden Sparrow. February 26, 2016.

  87. 'Science and Beyond' is a lecture series organized by IISER Pune jointly with British Council to mark its tenth year of existence. Prof. Iain Stewart's talk in the series on communication of the geoscienece was covered by Pune Mirror and The Indian Express. January 29-31, 2016.

  88. IISER Pune and ENS-Lyon signed an MoU for academic cooperation. The MoU documents were exchanged in the presence of the Prime Minister of India and the President of France. The new was covered by Sakal TimesThe New Indian Express, and ENS-Lyon. Video coverage by Zee News. January 25, 2016.

  89. The Hindu, Sakal Times and a German Science and Technology forum, Wissenschaft aktuell (translation) covered Dr. R. Vaidhyanathan's latest paper in Science Advances on a new Metal Organic Framework (MOF) for capture and removal carbon dioxide from gaseous mixtures. December 20, 2015.

  90. Prof. Sanjeev Galande and group's recent paper on Genome Sequencing and Analysis of the Asian elephant was covered by The Economic Times, The Hindu and Yahoo! News among others. December 2015.

  91. Thomas Pucadyil: Piecing together membrane fission, November 23, 2015. The prestigious Journal of Cell Biology interviewed Dr. Thomas Pucadyil for their feature 'People & Ideas'.

  92. India, Nasa to engage students for research, October 19, 2015. The Times of India reported on an educational initiative in which IISER Pune is involved, called 'Spaceward Bound India 2016'.

  93. Pune Mirror and The Times of India reported Dr. Neelesh Dhanukar and group's work on frog species of Southern India and a fungus that's killing them. September / October, 2015.

  94. Prof. Raghu Murtugudde's (Visiting faculty, Earth and Climate Science) views on El Nino, Gobal Warming, and impact on Monsoon were reported by newspapers and websites; August/September, 2015. The Telegraph; Live Science; The Wire

  95. IISER to study solar flares with Glasgow univ; July 31, 2015. Business Standard  and Pune Mirror reported on Physics faculty Dr. Prasad Subramanian's collaboration with University of Glasgow.

  96. Aiming high. The news of the Cambridge University's Dr. Manmohan Singh Scholarship to IISER Pune BS-MS student Arya Thampi was covered by The Hindu, The New Indian Express, Manorama

  97. Photon-based optical circuits may lead to greater operational speeds”; July 7, 2015. An interview in Sakal Times of Dr. G.V. Pavan Kumar who recently won the NASI-Scopus Young Scientist award in Physics.

  98. G.D. Birla award for Sanjeev Galande; July 2, 2015. The news of Dr. Sanjeev Galande’s G. D. Birla Award was covered by various local and national newspapers such as The Hindu; Business Standard; The Economic Times; Pune Mirror; The Times of India, Hindustan Times

  99. In-house summer school hosted by IISER Pune; June 09, 2015. The Times of India reported on the Summer School programme “Joy of Learning”, conducted by IISER Pune for students of Class IX-XII.

  100. 87 students from the 2010 batch graduate from IISER Pune; May 29, 2015. IISER Pune's fourth Covocation Ceremony was covered by The Times of India.

  101. IISER Pune scientists win Innovative Young Biotechnologist Award (IYBA) award; May 17, 2015. The Times of India covered the news of the IYBA Award won by Dr. Akanksha Chaturvedi and Dr. Krishanpal Karmodiya.

  102. India, Nature Index; March, 2015. The scientific journal Nature Index published a ranking of scientific institutes in India. The group of five IISERs ranked fourth in the country.

  103. The King and the playwright; February 25, 2015. The Hindu featured an article about Dr. John Matthew’s work.

  104. Classical Conglomerate; February 17, 2015. The Indian Express reported on the Indo-Polish music concert that took place at IISER Pune.

  105. Warli painting the size of a football field; November 02, 2014. IISER Pune students created a gigantic Warli painting in an attempt to enter the Limca Book of Records. Local media such as Pune Mirror and The Indian Express reported the news.

  106. Pune scientists find new frog species near Amboli; October 01, 2014. The Times of India covered the discovery of a new leaping frog species in Western Ghats region by Dr. Neelesh Dahanukar and team.

  107. President Pranab Mukherjee’s visit to IISER Pune on the occasion of its 3rd Convocation Ceremony garnered wide media coverage in The Times of India, IBN Live, Business Standard, ANI News; June 15, 2014.

  108. Unique projects dominate ‘Innovative Ideas 2014’; March 16, 2014. Sakal Times reported on ‘Innovative Ideas 2014’ competition organized by the Exciting Science group of NCL and IISER Pune.

  109. Vulture conservation: Resolutions passed to restrict mining, quarrying near habitats; February 13, 2014. The Times of India covered the Asian Raptor Conference held at IISER Pune.

  110. Visualising the genius of Srinivasa Ramanujan; March 09, 2013; Prof. A. Raghuram was involved in the making of a film about the great mathematician. The Indian Express reported on the film.

  111. India Rising: Science in India; February 24, 2012. The IISERs featured in an article in Science.

 

Articles contributed by IISER Pune faculty in the press:

  1. Pushkar Sohoni (Humanities and Social Sciences, IISER Pune) writes a column in Pune Mirror called 'By the Wayside' about architectural structures or places in the city that have a historic significance, but are not well known. Here are some of the pieces in the series: 7 July 2018; 12 May 2018; 27 April 2018; 31 March 2018; 17 March 2018; 3 March 2018; 16 February 2018; 3 February 2018; 14 January 2018; 30 December 2017; 2 December 2017; 18 November 2017; 4 November 2017; 7 October 2017; 16 September 2017; 2 September 2017; 19 August 2017; 29 July 2017; 15 July 2017; 1 July 1, 2017

  2. PhD student Harshini Tekur wrote an article for the institute website on fellow IISER Pune student Shishir Sankhyan's contribution to the discovery of Saraswti Supercluster and Giant Radio Galaxies. Khagol Vishwa, a magazine dedicated to astronomy republished Harshini's article.

  3. Origins of Life from Chemistry to Biology. Dr Sudha Rajamani and her group's article on origins of life on earth and the lab's work in this domain was published in Azim Premji University's six-monthly magazine iWonder; February 2017

  4. Preventing Violent Extremism through Education. Prof KP Mohanan's opinon piece on how rationality and critical thinking imparted in education can help curb extremism, was published on the UNESCO-MGIEP's online magazine, The Blue Dot; January 2017

  5. Back to Basics. Prof Sunil Mukhi's article on importance and impact of basic, curiosity-driven research was published in The Hindu; February 7, 2017.

  6. The musical route to literature. An article in The Hindu by Dr. MS Santhanam about how popular music and other modern trends can be invoked as a means to intoduce the new generation to our rich, old literary and cultural heritage; June 2016

  7. Goals, models, frameworks and the scientific method. Prof. Sunil Mukhi expressed his opinion on scientific method in Current Science; September 2015.

  8. Connect Research with Education. Prof. K. N. Ganesh expressed his views in an article on Priorities for Indian Science in the scientific magazine, Nature; May 2015

  9. Indian science and higher education: the way forward. Guest Editorial in Current Science by Prof. K. N. Ganesh, Director, IISER Pune; June 2015.

  10. Women Leaders in Indian Science. Guest Editorial in Current Science by Dr. Sudarshan Ananth; November 2014.

  11. Who are 'people of genius'? Guest Editorial in Current Science by Prof. L. S. Shashidhara; September 2014.

  12. Accommodating Outliers in Indian Science. Guest Editorial in Current Science by Dr. Sudarshan Ananth; April 2014.

  13. Diversity of the Science Ecosystem. Guest Editorial in Current Science by Prof. Sunil Mulkhi; October 2013.

 

 

 

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