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
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
At the backdrop of the 2019 Kodagu floods, Switzerland-based agroforestry researcher Maike Nesper, talks about working with small coffee farmers to find sustainable ways of growing coffee.
September 18th 2019
Nandita reports from a recent visit to one of the largest big science experiments of the world: ITER. She writes about India’s participation in this project.
August 7th 2019
Harini and Seema talk to us about their experiences while writing their latest book.
June 3rd 2019
A chat with the two women who recently won the 2018 Infosys Science Prize.
March 18th 2019
Nandita talks to Pumza Tshebe, director of Scifest Africa, about her journey into science outreach.
February 18th 2019
One of the labhoppers is back after spending three amazing weeks mingling with some amazing science women from all around the world in a unique exchange programme in the USA.
December 9th 2018
The rigid hierarchies that are fundamental to Indian scientific institutions must be dismantled to keep a check on sexual harassment that are hushed but commonplace.
November 5th 2018
Nandita shares her experience of interacting with school students. She tried the famous ‘Draw-a-scientist’ test with them. Read to see what she found out.
October 12th 2018