A photoessay featuring an embryologist exploring how much our mothers influence the very initial moments of our life
April 19th 2018
A neurobiologist talks about her interesting research with fruit flies, dealing with retraction and the realities of Indian science.
April 13th 2018
A molecular biologist who suffered the two-body problem in the USA, returned to India to continue her work on the link between cancer and DNA repair.
March 29th 2018
A high energy physicist in Bhubaneswar talks about the potentials of string theory and being a researcher in a state university
March 4th 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
An electrical engineer-turned cognitive neuroscientist talks about how the brain ‘sees’ and ‘finds’.
January 27th 2018
A young mathematician speaks her mind about her love affair with numbers, blogging and sexism in academia.
January 18th 2018
An evolutionary cell biologist talks about her fascination with a peculiar microorganism
November 8th 2017