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January 30, 2020 Thursday 02:48:52 PM IST

CSIR-Nature India Essay Competition

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Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and Nature India have launched the Nature India essay competition for scientists, researchers and authors in the age group of 25 to 50. The essayists will have an opportunity to draft a compelling narrative with personal anecdotes, emotion and a science-backed story that may become potentially historic in helping shape the roadmap for India’s scientific future. The essays should convey thoughts on the societal impact of science in India. The tone of the essays must be aspirational, with emotions and story-telling. The essays should be reasoned, well-researched, forward-looking and supported by existing science. Word limit: 1000 words, Deadline: March 9, 2020 midnight. The winners will have their essays published in the Nature India annual volume as well as the Nature India blog Indigenus. The top three essays will win a cash prize (Rs 40,000, Rs 30,000 and Rs 20,000 or equivalent), a three-year subscription to Nature, trophies and certificates.

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