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Celebrating Science, Beyond the Nobel Prize….!!

Posted on 05-Jan-2019 by Sridhar Iyer, Ph.D., MBA
Celebrating Science, Beyond the Nobel Prize….!!

Nobel Prize has become a subject of popular culture, both amongst the general public as well as ‘specialists’, i.e., scientists/writers/prominent people. It is universally regarded as the ultimate recognition and a mark of respectability. With scientists, it is almost a stamp of immortality and conformation of significant groundbreaking achievements to advance science. While there is no doubt that rigorous processes are in place to select the winner and in nearly... Continue Reading

Pillars of a service business – Systems, Processes, and People

Posted on 09-Oct-2016 by Samir Pandya
Pillars of a service business – Systems, Processes, and People

System – How do we define a ‘System’? A business dictionary describes a system as ‘an organized, purposeful structure that consists of interrelated and interdependent elements, that is designed to carry out a specifically defined activity.’ To put it in simple words – ‘A group of related parts working towards a common purpose.’ If we replace the word ‘parts’ with ‘people’, this is precisely a definition of a ‘Team’. In mathematical... Continue Reading

Developmental Neurotoxicity Study (DNT)

Posted on 27-Sep-2016 by Deepak Ujawane
Developmental Neurotoxicity Study (DNT)

Throughout its process of ontogenesis, the central nervous system (CNS) is extremely sensitive to the exposure to various chemical and physical factors. The brain, in its developmental phase, has unique characteristics and different sensitivity to influencing factors as compared to a developed brain. Exposure to various chemicals (including pharmaceutical drugs, industrial or agro chemicals) during prenatal, peri/postnatal development can cause subtle structural and/or functional alterations at the level of neurotransmitters... Continue Reading