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Science, Engineering, Industry and Markets

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SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, INDUSTRY AND MARKETS*

* The Second Sir CV Raman Endowment Lecture delivered at the National College, Thiruchirapalli on 28 February 2014 by Y.S. Rajan Honorary Distinguished Professor Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Bangalore & Chairman BOG, National Institute of Technology Manipur, India Email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Published in the JOURNAL OF AEROSPACE SCIENCES & TECHNOLOGIES VOL.66, No.2

Abstract

The lecture brings out the distinct aspects of Science, Engineering, Industry and Markets in the contemporary context. It also emphasizes the need to look through their linkages well in advance, if the benefits are to be derived for the economy and society. That in turn will enhance support for science.

Limits to consumption: Sustainable Biosphere and Human Living

A key note address delivered on April 8, 2011 at the Inaugural session of the National Conference on sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change, the fourth round table meet at Kolkatta, organised by National Council on Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change (NCCSD) and South Asian Forum for environment (SAFE) on April 8-9, 2011.

Technology & Economics: Creation & Distribution

Technology helps in creating new products and services and in turn promotes creation of more wealth. Economic “forces” create demand for generating new products and services. The economic forces (market forces) also lead to innovation of newer methods of distribution of products and services and in turn distribution of wealth for various people in the value chain.

Sustainability: Prosperity that preserves resources and limits emissions

We are now in the midst of the penultimate session of this wonderful partnership summit (22nd edit and going strong). I am grateful to the organizers for giving me this unique opportunity. The co-panelists are persons with great experience. Those who have coined the words for this session have done a great job: it defines the existential reality of individuals, societies, nations businesses and international community.

We are now in the midst of the penultimate session of this wonderful partnership summit (22nd edit and going strong). I am grateful to the organizers for giving me this unique opportunity. The co-panelists are persons with great experience. Those who have coined the words for this session have done a great job: it defines the existential reality of individuals, societies, nations businesses and international community.

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