Venkatraman (Venki) Ramakrishnan, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2009, has revealed that he rebelled against a career in science, which is what his parents encouraged him to pursue. Ramakrishnan, who was knighted in 2012 for ... Hindustan Times, 3 weeks ago
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Sir Venki Ramakrishnan says risks and benefits of germline therapy, which is banned in Britain, should be debatedThe genetic engineering of humans has great potential to help those destined to inherit serious, incurable diseases, according to one of ...EnvironmentGuru.com, 1 month ago
(Before It's News) Venki Ramakrishnan , University of Cambridge My parents researched malnutrition and under-nutrition in India, especially among children, and found that many diets recommended by Western nutritionists were in fact completely ...Before It's News, 4 weeks ago Opinion: GM crops already feed much of the world today why not tomorrow's generations too? University of Cambridge, 1 month ago Will GM crops feed the world in future? World Economic Forum, 4 weeks ago
A film on the life of the Indian mathematical genius, Srinivasa Ramanujan, called The Man Who Knew Infinity, goes on general release tomorrow in the UK, with professor Venkatraman "Venki" Ramakrishnan, Nobel laureate and president of the Royal Society, ...The Telegraph, 2 months ago
The state of science in the European Union has been thrown into uncertainty after the United Kingdom voted to leave the 28-member union Thursday in a referendum. The Brexit decision could have serious consequences for European and British ...Mashable, 8 hours ago Scientists stunned by Brexit Science Business, 8 hours ago What does Brexit mean for science? EuroNews, 11 hours ago UKs vote to exit the EU has researchers worried about scientific brain drain EnvironmentGuru.com, 4 hours ago
The government needs to act fast to maintain British excellence in the sciences and humanities in an era of Brexit, they say Source: iStock Learned societites urge government not to let Brexit close the door to European research funding ...Times Higher Education Supplement, 6 hours ago
In laboratories across the United Kingdom, scientists were shaking their heads about the unprecedented vote to leave the European Union, with worries about what the split will mean about the future of research fundingand the possibility of a " brain ...Washington Post, 8 hours ago What Brexit Vote Means for Science (in 140 Characters) LiveScience.com, 9 hours ago
Physicists in the UK are coming to terms with the shock decision taken by the UK electorate to leave the European Union (EU). The withdrawal follows yesterday's national referendum, which resulted in 51.9% of voters choosing to leave. The dramatic ...Physicsworld.com, 9 hours ago Science reacts to UK's decision to leave the EU Laboratory News, 10 hours ago
UK science will have to fight to make sure it is not an after-thought as the UK renegotiates its relationship with the EU, say research leaders. The science establishment expressed its "disappointment" on Friday with the referendum's outcome. ...BBC, 13 hours ago EU referendum: UK science wakes up to new future BBC, 12 hours ago
The government must avoid throwing baby out with bath water, warns EEF 24/06/2016 Sector reps urge considered response to leave vote Adam Duckett Share this page CHEMICALS and manufacturing sector representatives have urged the UK ...TCE Today, 14 hours ago
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