Current Science
A Fortnightly Journal of Research
ISSN 0011-3891
Volume 67 - Issue 11: 10 Dec, 1994
Correspondence
Creation of excellence in science in India
p. 0763 | Pisharoty, P. R.

Raising science in India a la NSU: the hunting of the Snark
p. 0764 | Krishnaswamy, S.

National Science University--Imported drug for an impoverished patient?
p. 0765 | Prasanna, A. R.

Support NSU but!
p. 0766 | Narain, Hari

The proposal for a National Science University--some comments
p. 0767 | Nityananda, Rajaram; Vidyasagar, M.; Chatterji, Dipankar; Rao, K. Srinivasa; Srinivasan, R.; Narasimhan, N. S.; Rao, K. Subba; Subrahmanya, K. R.

News
Nobel Prize in physics
p. 0775 | Rao, K. R.

General Articles
As a Martian might see us: Subversive reflections on the practice of physics
p. 0785 | Leggett, A. J.

Special Section: Condensed Matter Science - Current Status and Plan for Action (Guest Editors: T. V. Ramakrishnan and S. V. Subramanyam)
Preface
p. 0796

The first sixty years--A personal view
p. 0798 | Ramaseshan, S.

Solid state physics through the years: Need for new initiatives
p. 0821 | Rao, C. N. R.

Why should we pursue soft condensed matter?
p. 0823 | Sood, Ajay K.

Soft condensed matter: A survey and a proposal
p. 0827 | Ramaswamy, Sriram

Liquid crystals--Old and new
p. 0832 | Madhusudana, N. V.

Chemistry and physics of dipersions
p. 0834 | Manohar, C.

Role of multicritical points in addressing some key problems concerning condensed matter science
p. 0836 | Kumar, A.

Statistical mechanics: Models and realities
p. 0839 | Charkrabarti, Bikas K.

Optoeclectronics
p. 0841 | Jha, S.

Molecular electronics
p. 0844 | Subramanyam, S. V.

Semiconductor physics--Where do we go?
p. 0852 | Kumar, Vikram; Gupta, R. C.

Si, Si-Ge and the new heterostructure world
p. 0855 | Venkataraman, V.

Quantum dots and other mesoscopic systems
p. 0858 | Chakraborty, Tapash

Low temperature facilities for condensed matter research
p. 0860 | Srinivasan, R.

Metal-insulator transition: A low temperarture perspective
p. 0863 | Raychaudhuri, A. K.

Studies in heavy-fermion systems
p. 0865 | Ramakrishnan, S.; Chandra, Girish

The continuing attractions of magnetism
p. 0867 | Kaul, S. N.

Whither solid state physics?
p. 0871 | Ramakrishnan, T. V.

Condensed matter physics under pressure
p. 0874 | Sikka, S. K.

Instrumentation for condensed matter science--Small and large
p. 0876 | Rao, K. R.

Surface structure
p. 0880 | Sanyal, M. K.

Quasicrystals: Indian research accomplishments and imperatives
p. 0884 | Ranganathan, S.

Scanning probe microscopy
p. 0886 | Raychaudhuri, A. K.

Crystals for nonlinear optical applications
p. 0887 | Bhat, H. L.

Applications of superconductivity--So near and yet so far?
p. 0891 | Radhakrishanan, T. S.

Photovoltaics: Promise and performance
p. 0894 | Barua, A. K.

Condensed matter science and the Department of Atomic Energy
p. 0896 | Dasannacharya, B. A.

Condensed matter and materials science and CSIR
p. 0900 | Narlikar, A. V.

Programme of the Discussion Meeting
p. 0906

Personal News
A gifted experimentlist and human being, an obituary of P. S. Narayan by R. Srinivasan
p. 0908 | Srinivasan, R.

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p. 0909

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p. 0910

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