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The first India-European Union ministerial-level science conference took place on February 5, 2007, in New Delhi, signalling, for the first time, India's participation as an equal partner with the union in science and technology projects. The Union ministries of science and technology and earth sciences, the German ministry of education and research and the European Commission signed a joint communiqu to this effect. The European Commission's research commissioner Janez Potocnic spoke to Archita Bhatta on the thrust of the collaboration
Paul J Crutzen received the 1995 Chemistry Nobel prize for showing that nitrogen oxides react catalytically with ozone, thus accelerating the rate of reduction of the atmospheric ozone content. His findings have triggered off much research on biogeochemical cycles like the carbon and nitrogen cycle. But he tells Archita Bhatta that while the carbon cycle has been studied elaborately, dangers lie in the neglect of the nitrogen cycle