From medicine to sociology, Asha Achuthan took a road less travelled, but one that science urgently needs.
December 17th 2021
As Pride Month comes to a close, we are reminded of a recent powerful speech by engineer Grace Banu. Spare a few minutes for her message to Savarna and cis-gender allies.
June 26th 2021
What makes a good STEM instructor? Manan Bhan argues that the answer lies in their teaching philosophy.
December 1st 2020
The recent death by suicide of LSR mathematics student Aishwarya Reddy is a tragic reminder of how STEM careers are not easily afforded. What are some approaches to change that?
November 25th 2020
Looking back at EpiSTEME, a conference on science education, held at TIFR-HBCSE in January 2020.
March 9th 2020
Finishing a PhD is fulfilling, but also a tense time because of the uncertainties of the future. This young ecologist found her footing thanks to an opportunity to teach an ‘open course’ at a new university.
July 23rd 2019
The founder-principal of a women’s college in Delhi shares her journey of self-discovery, career choices, and all that went behind starting a college for the applied sciences.
May 6th 2019
Nandita talks to Pumza Tshebe, director of Scifest Africa, about her journey into science outreach.
February 18th 2019