Nandita

Nandita

  • सुषमा जी के ज्ञान का प्रकाश

    पुलिस वैन, बैरिकेड और प्रदर्शनकारियों के छोटे-मोटे झुण्ड को चीरते हुए मैंने अपने कदम मद्रास यूनिवर्सिटी के मैथ्स डिपार्टमेंट की ओर बढ़ाये| एक शांतिपूर्ण विद्रोह की महक हवा में थी| यहाँ पर बहुत सारे सरकारी संस्थानों का समूह है जिसमे की १४९ साल पुराना मद्रास विश्वविद्यालय का मुख्य कैंपस भी शामिल है| शायद यही वजह है की इस इलाके में अमूमन ऐसे प्रदर्शन चलते ही रहते हैं|

    August 18th 2021

  • Report on astronomer Rachana Bhatawdekar wins a recognition

    We’re thrilled to see that SciShortForm’s list of ‘Best Shortform Science Writing: July-December 2020’ features Debdutta Paul’s report titled Rachana’s pursuit of the oldest stars in the universe as an ‘Honorable Mention’. The report describes the unconventional detour that took Rachana Bhatawdekar from an IT job to leading a research group at the European Space […]

    April 7th 2021

  • Looking to science to revive natural building

    With the threats of climate change, waste disposal and a housing crisis facing us, it has never been more crucial to adopt more sustainable ways of living. We talk to a scientist & a practitioner who see natural building as a way forward.

    December 18th 2020

  • Sudipta’s evolution from ‘stone-carrying girl’ to top geologist

    Sudipta Sengupta is by no means a ‘hidden figure’ in Indian science, but she is probably one of the few star scientists left who worked in a state university. In this report, she opens up about the big shifts in the world of geology and in her own life.

    November 17th 2020

  • TLoS featured as a ALD 2020 Women in STEM Organisation!

    Happy Ada Lovelace Day! TheLifeofScience.com has been featured as one of the ALD Online 2020 Women in STEM Organisations!

    October 13th 2020

  • Call for pitches for TLoS Season 5

    Send in your story idea by September 15, 2020, to work with us. We are looking to work with the themes of STEM education or mental health in academia.

    September 8th 2020

  • Thanks Bollywood, but where is the science?

    The recent film ‘Shakuntala Devi’ is being appreciated for its portrayal of the protagonist as more than a human computer, but an examination of how women in STEM in India have been portrayed by the media reveals a strange obsession for their personal lives.

    August 16th 2020

  • TLoS Masterclass: Mapping the Terrain of Women in STEM

    Join Aashima and Nandita from the TLoS team in their masterclass where they talk about feminist science journalism and their journey with TLoS.

    July 16th 2020

  • Infosys Science Awards- Women winners say they are more than personal

    For this year’s Infosys Science Prize winners, Manjula Reddy and Sunita Sarawagi, this recognition as women in science, is of universal significance.

    February 24th 2020

  • A New Kind of Quantum Information Conference Is Coming to Chennai

    In 2018, a quantum information workshop in Brazil came closer than most to the ideal of a truly diverse scientific conference. The team behind it is trying to recreate the same experience in Chennai.

    December 21st 2019