This is our first podcast in Kannada– the fourth in an ongoing series titled ‘Sea of Science’, or ‘ವಿಜ್ಞಾನ ಸಾಗರ’.
This is our first podcast in Marathi – the third in an ongoing series titled ‘Sea of Science’, or ‘विज्ञान सागर’.
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Can you feel somebody else’s emotions? Pain, frustration, relief and even happiness? Humans might be one of the very few species that can do this with remarkable fidelity! Reema Jayakar explains how understand this Universality of Human emotions was a turning point for her as a neuropsychologist.
Hummingbirds are some of the tiniest birds with one of the highest metabolism rates ever found in the animal kingdom. Listen to Anusha Shankar explain how they manage to sleep at night and not die of starvation!
Space. The final frontier. These are the voyages of Starship IndSciComm. Its continuing mission – to explore strange new science.
We talk to Parshati Patel who is an Astronomer turned Science Communicator and currently works as an Education and Outreach Program co-ordinator at Western University in London, Ontario in Canada. Parshati talks to us about visualising and understanding how planets form.
It is difficult enough for any Indian citizen to remember the name of a male Indian scientist. But how many