Approach science in a way that does not allow technology to dominate the human race, said former Lok Sabha member Rajendrasinh Rana in Bhavnagar on Monday as he kicked off a week-long public outreach campaign by the Central Research Institute of Marine Chemists. and Salt (CSMCRI).
The program is being held as part of the 70th day of the founding of the leading research institute, according to an official statement from the CSIR.
Rana, who served as Parliament A member from 1996 to 2014 winning elections five times, he launched CSMCRI’s One Week One Lab (OWOL) campaign in the presence of CSMCRI Director Kannan Srinivasan and other scientists.
OWOL aims to showcase the legacy and achievements of the main laboratory, which operates under the auspices of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) headed by the Prime Minister. Narendra Modi.
Rana also launched an exhibition highlighting CSMCRI’s research activities and achievements and launched the Technology Compendium, a handbook of approximately 100 new technologies developed by CSMCRI since its establishment in 1954.
About 500 students visited the lab and exhibit, said Kanti Bhooshan Pandey, CSMCRI’s senior scientist and public relations officer.