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Radicals in Science: Nature or Nurture
 

List of Invited Participants:

Name
Title of the presentation
1
Ed van den Heuvel
The 'Second Golden Age' of Dutch science and the role of 'nurture' for achieving scientific excellence
2
Bob Frater + Margaret
Why is it so?
3
Peter Shaver + Jenny
A Thousand Roads to Knowledge
4
Ron Ekers + Jay
The search for UHE neutrinos - particle detection at radio wavelengths
5
Miller Goss + Libby
From Solar Noise to Cosmic Noise to Radio Astronomy: Australian Contributions to Opening a New Window to the Universe
6
Ken Johnston + Therese
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7
MGK Menon
Nature and Nurture: both are needed for great discoveries in Science - also an ambience - some examples
8
K Kasturirangan
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9
Ramanath Cowsik + Sudha
Zero-length Springs, 4-bar Linkages & Fat Gravitons
10
Jim Moran
The Loneliness of a Researcher of Cosmic Masers
11
Roy Booth + Shirley
The detection of High Redshift CO and its influence on the decision to build ALMA
12
G Srinivasan
Of Stars and Singularities
13
Rajaram Nityananda + Usha
Robert Dicke - physicist extraordinary
14
Vinod Gaur
Plate tectonics: psychology of research or logic of discovery?
15
B V Sreekantan
The role of Cosmic Ray research in ushering in the era of high energy physics, elementary particle physics and ultra-high energy astronomies
16
N. Kumar
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17
C S Unnikrishnan
Does paradigm shift in science imply progress and approach to scientific truth? A case study on relativity and theories of motion
18
Ashok Jhunjhunwala
What would it take for India to become leader in Wireless Technology?
19
Ray Norris
How to engage the undiscovered Einsteins?
20
John Brooks + Beth
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21
Mallika Sarabhai
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22
Joseph Samuel
Physics at the Interface
23
Michael Berry
Hamilton's diabolical singularity
24
Marshall Cohen + Shirley
Ignorance can be useful: The size of the Arecibo dish
25
Kausalya Ramaseshan
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26
George Seielstad
What goes down must come up
27
Roddam Narasimha
From ancient hydraulics and 19th c. hydrodynamics to modern fluid mechanics: Ludwig Prandtl's giant leap of 1904
28
Padmanabhan Balaram
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29
Thomas G. Phillips + Jocelyn Keene
The Invention of SIS and HEB Receivers and Enabling of Herschel/HIFI and ALMA
30
Srinivasa Ranganathan
Impossible Symmetry: The paradigm shift to quasi-crystals
31
Dave Morris
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32
Bernie Burke + Betsy
Against Paradigm change, for Innovation and Discovery
33
Murugappan Muthukumar
Shifting Paradigms in Polymer Crystallization
34
Mal Sinclair
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