Monday, July 31, 2017

Why is there not a single Indian university within the world's top 100 index list?

An articulately crafted answer in Quora!
by Subhasish G, Senior Cloud Technology Architect at Oracle

Who has a greater chance of success? a researcher, who just got started, or a massive lab with ample resources, a 30-year track record, and a certain Swedish medallion?

"Science" News...
Another tenure-track scientist bites the dust  by Adam Ruben

Monday, July 17, 2017

Containing a threat.... | Congratulation Priodyuti for his first publications @ CSL

In his recent paper, Priodyuti have proposed a novel network design to localize information and thus containing a threat which may be harmful for the whole community!

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Why should we work so hard to make our work reproducible?

Most scientific work isn’t reproducible. Amgen and Bayer, reported in 2011/12 that their scientists were unable to replicate 80-90% of the findings in landmark papers (So sad!).

In one of the NatureJobs article, Andy Tay could explain (for say) why that’s a problem.

Now the thought is whether to allow someone else to reproduce the exact you have performed ??

Answer is:

Some will say there remain stress from competition (to graduate), to obtain tenured positions, to publish papers (with extra page charges), or to secure grants can tempt researchers to publish in large volumes and without through investigation.

Others will curse the charity of open science and remain in the hidden box for the benefit of there 'Personal Growth science'. Errrrrrr!

(I beg) The research works should be drafted sufficiently to allow reproducibility  since one has to satisfy the phrase "I am damn good in walking on others work and then I will think what I can do further?". 

You may extend the discussion in the comment section.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Programming : At times !!

Birthday Bash in CSL

We all work hard but when it comes to celebrating birthdays , we just rock !
This month we had two birthdays in our lab :
May 5,2017  : Ankit Mishra
May 22,2017: Anil Kasania

May they live long ,happy and healthy .
Keep that smile always

Sunday, May 14, 2017

PhD Open Seminar

Camellia confidently threw light on her research work: Structural and Spectral Analysis of Complex Biological and Social Networks

The sessions were quite interactive and the suggestions from the audience were also positive suggesting good research orientation for future!

May they achieve all the Heights in their Career!

Congratulations !