Sukanya Charuchandra

Sukanya Charuchandra

articles by Sukanya Charuchandra


22 years since Dolly the first cloned sheep, here's how her legacy has come along

Decades later, we're inching closer to the promised land Dolly's birth had painted all those years ago.


Wave Theory: Sanjeev Sanyal on how the Indian Ocean shaped human history

In a new book, Sanjeev Sanyal tells us the story of how the Indian Ocean shaped human history


By the numbers: Why movies about math, like 'The Man Who Knew Infinity', make for great viewing

From The Man Who Knew Infinity to The Imitation Game, A Beautiful Mind and The Theory of Everything, maths in the movies makes for thrilling viewing


Civilisation and the sea: How maritime travel helped globalise our world

Contemporary human civilisation owes much of its evolution to nautical enterprise, as shown by maritime historians like Lincoln Paine