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The Archives at NCBS aims to be a collecting archive for the history of contemporary biology in India. E: archives at
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Replying to @carlmalamud
Thanks for the shout-out, Carl! Now is as good a time as any to reiterate this is a free and public archive. We look forward to seeing you here, Bangalore and beyond!
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Carl Malamud May 20
Delightful visit to , a cutting edge archive for the biological sciences.
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Archives at NCBS May 16
Talks are recorded and made public if the speaker gives permission. Any past recordings can be viewed here:
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Archives at NCBS May 16
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Please note new time for talk: 5 PM, May 17 2019
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Archives at NCBS May 15
NOTE: Change of time for the Public Lecture Series. NEW TIME: FRIDAY, 5:00 PM, MAY 17 2019 Free and open to public. Lecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), ’s Lives, Women’s Words by C S Lakshmi (Ambai)
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Marisha Thakur May 8
Came across, via this wonderful oral history of about KS Krishnan & Veronica Rodrigues - the "fundamental of affection" at 4.15 gave me goosebumps! Absolute must-listen! Spread the joy!
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Archives at NCBS May 8
SAVE THE DATE: FRIDAY, 4 PM, MAY 17 2019 The Public Lecture Series, 15th edition. Free and open to public. Lecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), ’s Lives, Women’s Words by C S Lakshmi (Ambai)
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Archives at NCBS Apr 28
Check out work on a 1939 from the Siddiqi Collection at the at NCBS!
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Archives at NCBS Apr 25
If you missed the April Double Bill (talks on the by Shekhar Pathak), here are the video recordings.
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Archives at NCBS Apr 23
The latest additions to the Archives Reading Room on - Thanks for the donation, Shekhar Pathak & PAHAR (People’s Association for Area Research).
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Archives at NCBS Apr 23
Yes, come & read! Or do you fancy browsing through a 1905 Alfred Wallace or a 1913 book by Max Planck in German? More in the catalogue at
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Archives at NCBS Apr 19
TODAY: Due to the crowds for the previous talk, we are changing the venue on campus. Public Lecture Series Fri, 4 PM, Apr 19 DASHERI AUDITORIUM, Shekhar Pathak: Marching across the
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Archives at NCBS Apr 18
Thanks for an incredible response to the first talk on Apr 17! Do join in again TODAY! Public Lecture Series Fri, 4 PM, Apr 19 Lecture Hall - 1 (Live-stream to LH-2), Shekhar Pathak: Marching across the
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Archives at NCBS Apr 18
Tomorrow! April Double Bill - Part 2: Fri, 4 PM, Apr 19 Public Lecture Series, 14th ed. Lecture Hall - 1 (Live-stream to LH-2), Shekhar Pathak: Marching across the
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Archives at NCBS Apr 16
TODAY! Free & open to public. April Double Bill - Part 1: Wednesday, 4 PM, Apr 17, 2019 Public Lecture Series, 14th ed. Lecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), "The : People, place and " by Shekhar Pathak.
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Archives at NCBS Apr 16
Thanks for the interest. Talks are not webcast. If speakers give permission, they are recorded and posted on the Archives events site later.
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Archives at NCBS Apr 14
April Double Bill - Part 1: Wednesday, 4 PM, Apr 17, 2019 Public Lecture Series, 14th edition. Free & open to public. NEW VENUE --> Lecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), "The : People, place and ecology" by Shekhar Pathak.
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Archives at NCBS Apr 14
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New venue! Lecture Hall - 1 (Haapus)
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Archives at NCBS Apr 9
April Double Bill - Part 2: Friday, 4 PM, Apr 19, 2019 Public Lecture Series, 14th edition. Free and open to public. Lecture Hall - 1 (Haapus), "Marching across the Uttarakhand Himalaya" by Shekhar Pathak.
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Archives at NCBS Apr 9
April Double Bill - Part 1: Wednesday, 4 PM, Apr 17, 2019 Public Lecture Series, 14th edition. Free and open to public. Lecture Hall - 2 (Langra), "The Himalaya: People, place and ecology" by Shekhar Pathak.
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