Women in Science: Neurobiologist Pinky Kain studies how fruit flies make feeding decisions and process taste
Dr Pinky Kain studies fruit flies to answer how ‘taste’ is processed by our brain
Editor's note: The Life of Science and Firstpost bring you this series profiling Indian women in Science. The challenges in Indian scientific life are many — more so for women taking up this path. This series honours those who beat the odds and serve as inspirations for the next generation of Indian science — a generation that is slowly and surely on its way to becoming gender equal.
Interview by Shreya Malik | Art and concept by Pooja Prabhakaran
Pinky Kain | 38 | Neurobiologist | DBT — UNESCO Regional Centre for Biotechnology, Faridabad
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