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This declaration was drafted by a group comprising of researchers and professionals working for opening up access to research outputs for public good in India.
A push to reverse its brain drain is providing the expertise to tackle its domestic problems.
Budgetary cuts in funding, pseudoscience and growing religious bigotry have left the scientific community worried.
Poor monitoring in ‘second-tier’ institutions is also part of the problem, research indicates
Government picks biotech and renewable energy among its top priorities
Researchers at top-flight institutions are not immune to charms of questionable journals
Some fear that science in Indian higher education institutions could stagnate under the proposed 2016–17 budget.