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Journal Article

Gadagkar, Raghavendra (2015) How should biologists engage with controversial mathematical theory? In: CURRENT SCIENCE, 108 (10). pp. 1869-1873.

Gadagkar, Raghavendra (2011) Science as a hobby: how and why I came to study the social life of an Indian primitively eusocial wasp. In: Current Science (Bangalore), 100 (6). pp. 845-858.

Gadagkar, Raghavendra (2010) Sociobiology in turmoil again. In: Current Science (Bangalore), 99 (8). pp. 1036-1041.

Guttal, Vishwesha and Raghavendra, Srinivas and Goel, Nikunj and Hoarau, Quentin (2016) Lack of Critical Slowing Down Suggests that Financial Meltdowns Are Not Critical Transitions, yet Rising Variability Could Signal Systemic Risk. In: PLOS ONE, 11 (1).

Olejarz, Jason W and Allen, Benjamin and Veller, Carl and Gadagkar, Raghavendra and Nowak, Martin A (2016) Evolution of worker policing. In: JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, 399 . pp. 103-116.

Rangarajan, Govindan (2001) Symplectic integration of Hamiltonian systems using polynomial maps. In: Physics Letters A, 286 (2-3). pp. 141-147.

Singh, Vimal and Tandon, SK. and Singh, Vaibhava and Mukul, Malay and Thamó-Bozsó, Edit (2008) Geometry and development of the Jhajara thrust: An example of neotectonic activity in the Pinjaur Dun, NW Himalaya. In: Current Science, 94 (5). pp. 623-628.

Editorials/Short Communications

Gadagkar, Raghavendra (2011) Reproduction: the almost forgotten currency of fitness. In: Current Science (Bangalore), 101 (6). pp. 725-726.

Gadagkar, Raghavendra (2011) The birth of ant genomics. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108 (14). pp. 5477-5478.

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