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- Surrounded by a high wall, the huge campus of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) is almost a small town in itself, with a security force, a small store, several cafeterias and teahouses, a travel agency, bookstores, a gymnasium and recreational center, a few small forest tracts, and the homes for almost the entire faculty and many of the staff. At dawn hundreds of people jog or walk along its many roads, and many lab lights burn late into the night.
- Michael L. Lewis (2003). Inventing Global Ecology: Tracking the Biodiversity Ideal in India, 1947-1997. Ohio University Press. p. 116. ISBN 978-0-8214-1540-5.