OUR MISSION: TO ENRICH POLICY-MAKING WITH INNOVATIVE APPROACHES USING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR A SUSTAINABLE, SECURE AND INCLUSIVE SOCIETY

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Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP) is a not-for-profit research organisation incorporated in 2005 u/s 25 of The Companies Act, 1956. As one of the largest Think Tank in South-East Asia, its mission is to enrich policy-making with innovative approaches using science and techno...

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Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP) is a not-for-profit research organisation incorporated in 2005 u/s 25 of The Companies Act, 1956. As one of the largest Think Tank in South-East Asia, its mission is to enrich policy-making with innovative approaches using science and techno...

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Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP) is a not-for-profit research organisation incorporated in 2005 u/s 25 of The Companies Act, 1956. As one of the largest Think Tank in South-East Asia, its mission is to enrich policy-making with innovative approaches using science and techno...

Talk on Between the Monsoon and the Sea: Re-visualizing Mumbai's Terrain

Researchers from CSTEP attended a talk on Between the Monsoon and the Sea: Re-visualizing Mumbai's Terrain delivered by Prof. Dilip da Cunha and Dr. Anuradha Mathur from University of Pennsylvania, USA organised at CSTEP. Abstract of the presentation:  This presentation will focus on our mo...

Talk on Smart Growth in India

Don Carter, David Lewis Director of Urban Design and Regional Engagement of the Remaking Cities Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, USA delivered a talk on Smart Growth in India at CSTEP. THis presentation discussed global trends in urbanisation, lessons learned from the U.S. in sustainable devel...

Quality of Life for All:Report for Policy Makers

India and other countries are expected to submit their Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) for the Conference of Parties (COP-21) in December 2015. Keeping in mind the expectation that India will experience severe impacts from global warming and the fact that a large proportion of t...

Quality of Life for All: A Sustainable Development Framework for India’s Climate Policy Technical Report

Keeping in mind the expectation that India will experience severe impacts of global warming and the fact that a large proportion of people still require basic needs and energy services, CSTEP conducted a study examining two scenarios for India’s development by 2030: policy or Business as Usual...

Dr. Mahzarin Rustum Banaji

Dr. Mahzarin Rustum Banaji, Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics, Department of Psychology, Harvard University delivered a talk on 'Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People' at NIAS, Bangalore. The lecture was organised by CSTEP with Consciousness Studies Programme,&...

Talk by Dr. Banaji

Dr. Mahzarin R. Banaji, Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics, Harvard University will be delivering a lecture on 'Blindspot:  Hidden Biases of Good People'. For more details, please click here: CSTEP_Talk by Dr Banaji_Oct 6.png Entry Free....

Talk on Between the Monsoon and the Sea: Re-visualizing Mumbai's Terrain

Researchers from CSTEP attended a talk on Between the Monsoon and the Sea: Re-visualizing Mumbai's Terrain delivered by Prof. Dilip da Cunha and Dr. Anuradha Mathur from University of Pennsylvania, USA organised at CSTEP. Abstract of the presentation:  This presentation will focus on our mo...

Dinesh Mehta, Professor Emeritus,CEPT University

Impressed with the institute- its building, people, work culture and work itself....

Pradip Dutta, Professor, IISC

Wonderful office, cordial people, very nice environment for working....

Sudhir Chella Rajan, Professor, IIT Madras

An outstanding group of people whose collective skills and interests would be transformative. Click to view images...

Uzra Sultan, Project Officer, Argyam

A friendly atmosphere with a peace and calm environment, away from city. People open to learn and share is a strength of CSTEP. Keep going!...