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WINStep Forward

WINStep Forward aims to inspire upcoming generations of researchers to tackle societal problems by enriching their scientific skill set to function on a more globally informed scale. This can only be achieved by equipping the next generation of researchers with a breadth of scientific knowledge derived from a more global scientific mindset that encourages a focus on the betterment of humanity.

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ProWritingAid is a grammar guru, style editor and writing mentor in one package. It's the only platform that offers world-class grammar and style checking combined with more in-depth reports to help you strengthen your writing. Their unique combination of suggestions, articles, videos, and quizzes makes writing fun and interactive. 

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The top-ranked productivity app that helps millions of people organize work and life. Visit for more information.

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Oxford Abstracts

A Powerful, cost-effective research conference software you can trust, from simple abstract management, to a feature-rich and engaging virtual conference program, you no longer have to sacrifice performance when you're on a budget.

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Sci-ROI (Science and Research Opportunities in India), a U.S. based volunteer-driven not-for-profit organization, is a gateway for young scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs in the U.S. to access professional opportunities across academic and private sectors in India, and the United States. 

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Worldviral is an academic mentor program that guides students with the aim of inculcating the ability to ‘Learn how to Learn’ and provide them with 21st Century skills and the resources to succeed. Whether you are in school, college and in any year, Worldviral is your one-stop program for lifelong mentorship and success.

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BiasWatchIndia is an initiative co-founded by Dr. Shruti Muralidhar (Postdoctoral Fellow, MIT) and Dr. Vaishnavi Ananthanarayanan (EMBL Australia Group Leader, UNSW) to document gender representation and combat gender-biased panels at Indian STEM conferences, meetings and talks. 

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