The mission launch was called off due to a technical snag, 56 minutes before the scheduled timing.
Apparently, Kauravas were test tube babies & gravitational waves are actually 'Narendra Modi waves'.
Sandhya Visweswariah is internationally recognised as a world expert in gut disease. She chairs two biological research labs at the Indian Institute of Science in Bengaluru and has received several grants, fellowships and awards.
Women in Science: Suhita Nadkarni on studying the brain, making the shift from Physics to Neurobiology
Suhita Nadkarni started off as a physicist, but she soon learnt the value of being an insider — using neuroscience rather than physics to understand the brain
Prerna Sharma on how theory and experiments go hand-in-hand, and the alarmingly low number of Indian women in Physics
Women in Science: Molecular biophysicist R Mahalakshmi on solving the century-old protein-folding problem
But how do proteins fold? What decides their structure and what makes them stay folded? Mahalakshmi is one of the many scientists in the world trying to solve the century-old protein-folding problem.
Women in Science: Aparna Mukherjee on why we need unique approach to diagnose paediatric tuberculosis
In this podcast by The Life of Science, Aparna Mukherjee talks about developing blood-based tests to monitor the outcome of tuberculosis treatment in young patients
Sucharita Sambashivaiah's goal is to understand the working of Type 2 Diabetes and she does this with her team of MDs, PhDs, dieticians, field scientists, exercise trainers, staff nurses and technicians.
Women in Science: Nutritionist Suparna Ghosh-Jerath researches forgotten foods for public health policy recommendations
Suparna Ghosh-Jerath is a nutritionist who studies nutrition of indigenous foods. Based on her research she makes recommendations to the public health policies of India for reviving local food systems.
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
It is designed to study 20 different weather parameters and microgravity's effect on its nylon body.
Women in Science: Bushra Ateeq on identifying biomarkers for prostate cancer, improving lives of patients
Bushra Ateeq is perturbed that very little is known about mutations and alterations carried by people within the Indian subcontinent. This is the scenario that her team wants to change.
Aparna Rao is working on finding a cure for glaucoma — among the most mysterious and deadly diseases to affect the human eye.
Women in Science: Aparna Mukherjee studies if a simple blood test could monitor TB treatment for children
At the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), clinician-scientist Aparna Mukherjee is working on the research and development of blood-based tests to manage TB treatment for children
Farah Ishtiaq wants to find out how malaria is introduced and if it spreads the same way in birds as it spreads in humans
Women in Science: Physicist Prerna Sharma on unlocking the mysteries of cell structures with her research
Prerna Sharma is taking forward a niche area of academics, while also challenging popular notions of being a physics nerd in India
Embryologist Sreelaja Nair talks about the research she conducts at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, to understand how life begins from a single cell
Deepa Subramanyam's research helps us understand what makes stem cells different from the specialised cells in our body
Women in Science: Mahak Sharma on the structure of cells, and why women scientists need supportive families
Mahak Sharma talks about how cargo is trafficked inside cells, and why parents should not curb the creativity of their children