Indian National Science Academy Current Affairs, GK & News
India is set to host the 36th International Geological Congress (IGC) in New Delhi during the first week of March 2020. The theme for next year conference is ‘Geosciences: The Basic Science for a Sustainable Development’. About International Geological Congress (IGC) It is popularly described as ‘Olympics of Geosciences’. The IGCs are a prestigious global ..
Category: International Current Affairs
The International Geological Congress(ICG) is a mega event organized once in every four years since its inception in Paris in the year 1878. The 36th edition will be organized in India’s capital New Delhi from 2nd-8th March next year. The International Geological Congress has 45 themes, that cover all aspects of our planet, Earth. The ..
Category: Environment Current Affairs
Topics: Australia • Bangladesh • Brisbane • Geological Survey of India • Indian National Science Academy • International Geological Congress • Ministry of Earth Science • Ministry of Mines • Nepal • Prime Minister of India • Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan • South Africa • srilanka
Renowned biologist Chandrima Shaha became first woman to get elected as President of Indian National Science Academy (INSA). She will head INSA from 2020 to 2022 after taking over as president from incumbent Ajay K. Sood. She was formerly Director of the National Institute of Immunology, Delhi. About Chandrima Shaha She is currently professor of ..
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Dr. Chandrima Shaha is set to be the first woman president of the Indian National Science Academy (INSA). She is currently Professor of Eminence at the National Institute of Immunology (NII) of Delhi. As a biologist, Ms. Shaha has focussed on apoptosis (or programmed cell death). Her laboratory uses the uni-cellular leishmania parasite as a ..
Topics: Apoptosis • Biology • Branches of biology • Cell biology • Cell death • Cellular senescence • Chandrima Shaha • Immunology • Indian National Science Academy • Leishmania • Programmed cell death • Trypanosomatida
Scientist Dr Vijay Prasad Dimri has been appointed as the president of the 36th International Geological Congress (IGC), a global platform for the advancement of earth science, to be held in New Delhi from March 2 -8, 2020. He succeeded Shailesh Nayak. India is hosting the IGC in 2020 after a period of 56 years. ..
Topics: Geological Survey of India • Geology • GSI • IGC • India • Indian National Science Academy • International Union of Geological Sciences • Organizations • Prasad • Shailesh Nayak • Vijay Prasad Dimri