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
A tour through an open science laboratory in Switzerland where scientists are realising the hacker culture
August 28th 2019
Lab technicians might be appreciated in the scientific community but rarely do we stop and listen to their stories. Cyrus Khan speaks to KV Boby, a technician at TIFR Bombay.
August 20th 2019
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
Research scientist Saakshi Dhanekar opens up about working in the male-dominated world of sensors, and juggling research and other responsibilities.
July 16th 2019
Manidipa talks to us about teaching students to appreciate unpredictability in research, evaluation of scientific progress, and the fortune of having a spouse in the same field.
June 10th 2019
Harini and Seema talk to us about their experiences while writing their latest book.
June 3rd 2019
While talking about moving back to India and starting an independent lab, this physician-scientist quips, “I am happy to have survived!”
May 20th 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
Reflections on the Wikipedia Edit-a-thons on Women’s Histories held at IIIT-Bangalore
April 29th 2019