SANGAREDDY: Young scientists should be committed to research and innovation in the field of Science and Technology and lead the nation towards development, advised experts at a programme, concluded today, on ‘Earth and Environment’ at Hyderabad campus of Gitam University.
Sixty young scientists in various fields from across the country attended the workshop which held under DST fast-track scheme and explained their research to a fifteen-member expert committee. Dr R S Kumar from Annamali University. Tamilnadu inaugurated the workshop and explained the research done on Titan Petro-genetic.
Binitha Pathak from Dibrugarh, Dr Kumari Raina of Central University of Gandhinagar spoke on environment, Dr Amit Kumar from NIT Rurkela on Ozone layer, Dr Anu Gopinath from Ernakulam on Corals, Dr Manish Kumar Joshi, Dr Atul Kumar Srivastav from IITM Pune on Monsoon, Dr P Narayan Reddy of Gitam on Cancer Resistant Medicine, Dr K Venkat Reddy from NIT Warangal on village Geography explained about their research.