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Science, Religion and Development


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1 Former Secretary, Department of Science, Technology and Environment, Government of Kerala, and former Dean of the Faculty of Science, University of Kerala. He is an internationally recognised research professor in the fi eld of chemistry and materials science. A Scholar in many foreign languages including German, French and English, he has travelled and lectured in India and broad on topics of science, technology as well as culture, ethics and philosophy and linkage between science and spirituality., India
 

The author is sharing with readers some of his thoughts on the subjects of science, religion and development. In deed these are separate subjects. However, they are not necessarily independent of one another; rather, they are interdependent in our present times..

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Prof. (Dr.) CG Ramachandran Nair
Former Secretary, Department of Science, Technology and Environment, Government of Kerala, and former Dean of the Faculty of Science, University of Kerala. He is an internationally recognised research professor in the fi eld of chemistry and materials science. A Scholar in many foreign languages including German, French and English, he has travelled and lectured in India and broad on topics of science, technology as well as culture, ethics and philosophy and linkage between science and spirituality., India

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The author is sharing with readers some of his thoughts on the subjects of science, religion and development. In deed these are separate subjects. However, they are not necessarily independent of one another; rather, they are interdependent in our present times..

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