We have some news. Our next interview will be the last one of The Life of Science Season 1. Before we start releasing the next batch of reports which will come to you from Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Gujarat, West Bengal and many other places, the two of us have some backstage work to do.
Firstly, we are going to put all our energy into seeking funds for Season 2. The next season is going to be bigger and better. You will see a lot more multimedia, guest posts and lots more science! (If you know of grants that we might be suitable for or any other funding advice for us to please do get in touch on email@example.com)
Secondly, we need to work on this website, which as much as many of you love, is not ideal for the different types of content that we want on our homepage.
Thirdly, we want to really work more on what The Life of Science was originally meant to be – a collective. That means fostering some collaborations that are on the way, as well as forging new ones. This is all keeping in mind one thing: science and the stories of scientists don’t belong to any niche so we want to make sure that these inspiring stories, which we work hard to find, reach as much of an audience as possible.
The Life of Science website will still be alive. Do ‘Like’ our Facebook page, ‘Follow’ us on Twitter or follow this blog, to make sure you don’t miss out! Thank you for your support and keep your eyes on our new story about a researcher’s journey to ‘psycho-oncology’.