A food technologist talks of her experiences being part of the exciting start-up environment
February 24th 2018
There is much more to mechanical engineering than the smell and noise of machine. It’s high time we moved away from the sweat-and-grease loving, machine worshipping trope, says Ronak Gupta, a PhD scholar.
February 19th 2018
Senior most faculty at IIFM, Bhopal shares current interests, her journey so far and how Indian families could be stifling scientific thinking in girls
February 10th 2018
Launching our crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for our upcoming books
January 29th 2018
We are now working on two books that will document our lab-hopping journey. As a person in the science community in India, your experiences are important for us to get closer to a complete picture. If you are a researcher or student working in India, please participate by filling in this questionnaire!
January 28th 2018
An electrical engineer-turned cognitive neuroscientist talks about how the brain ‘sees’ and ‘finds’.
January 27th 2018
Chandrima’s work takes her to remote and isolated locations in the country, and it is in these unlikeliest of places she discovered warmth and support.
January 21st 2018
A young mathematician speaks her mind about her love affair with numbers, blogging and sexism in academia.
January 18th 2018
Ovee Thorat, a Ph.D. student at Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment, speaks about her experience of interacting with conservative pastrolist communities in Banni Grasslands, Gujarat.
January 14th 2018
A mechanical engineer doing research in IIT Guwahati talks piezoelectricity and busts some myths about mechanical engineering
January 11th 2018