IISER Berhampur hosts the Springer Nature India Research Tour team on campus.
IISER Berhampur hosts the Springer Nature India Research Tour team on campus, discusses “Role of translational and basic sciences research in India” to strengthen India’s research ecosystem.IISER Berhampur organized an event on the backdrop of the Springer Nature India Research Tour in partnership with the Indian Ministry of Education, Govt. of India, to share insights on the “Role of Translational and Basic Sciences Research in India” and had a focus discussion with faculty members, Research Scholars of IISER Berhampur and Springer Nature Team. Over 50 participants, including students, research scholars, and faculty, participated in this event.
Prof. Ashok K Ganguli, Director IISER Berhampur delivered the welcome address stating the importance of the research; Mr. Arend Küster, Director Academic Affairs & Mr.Ed Gerstner, Director of Research Environment Alliances, Springer Nature, spoke on “Publishing Research Impact”, and Dr. Nihar K Patra, Librarian, IISER Berhampur spoke on library resources and role of library on research communication.
The primary objective of this tour was to fortify the Indian research landscape by nurturing the talents of young researchers and creating an inclusive environment for knowledge dissemination. One of the fundamental principles of this tour is to democratize research, fostering conversations that revolve around ensuring access for all and promoting Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Mr. Venkatesh Sarvasiddhi, Managing Director of Springer Nature India, shared his comprehensive approach to promoting research, innovation, and knowledge-sharing across India.