This is an open call to promote initiatives that make the Indian SciComm community more inclusive, by recognising and supporting its current diversity of agents and efforts.
Living and working for over 400 days on Earth’s coldest continent, Antarctica, Mangala Mani helped collect valuable data from India’s
Written by Kaushik Eswaran In decades past, a cross section of medical ailments found in India would contain many of
Who are you and what do you do? My name is V. Deepak, and I am a herpetologist. I
The legendary Muhammad Ali was so fast in the boxing ring, you couldn’t see his punches coming. In the last
by Amrita Anand Ludwig van Beethoven’s symphonies are celebrated masterpieces of Western classical music. But, did you know that he
by Arun Mahadevan The human body, in all its marvelous complexity, develops from a single cell – a fertilized egg.
The Wire recently published an article by Dr. Sumaiya Shaikh on ‘The Cognitive Neuroscience of Lynching’. Not only was it
If you’ve been to Amsterdam or Venice, or seen photographs of these beautiful cities, you would have marvelled at the
Many separate fields such microbiology, genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology and neuroscience have intersected to give rise to a new field