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May 31, 2019
Its high time females are included in science studies urges scientist Rebecca ShanksyMedicines in women work differently than on men and it is necessary that studies are conducted to suit both genders.
Apr 11, 2019
Meet Katie Bouman, the scientist whose algorithm helped image the first black holeKatie Bouman led the creation of a new algorithm to produce the first-ever image of a black hole.
Mar 08, 2019
Women's Day 2019: Indian science is inching towards #BalanceForBetter despite the none-too-easy pathCurrently, positions like fellowships, lead scientist and professorships are not designed keeping both genders in mind.
Mar 08, 2019
Women's Day 2019: Women in health, science and innovation are collaborating globallyThere is much to look forward to when local strengths & determination expand into global efforts.
Dec 06, 2018
Bibha Chowdhuri: Unearthing and celebrating a forgotten jewel in Indian scienceChowdhuri was the first woman researcher to join TIFR, Mumbai in 1949, where she remained till 1957.
Sep 26, 2018
Women in Science: Biochemist Sandhya Visweswariah’s gusto for research and affirmative actionSandhya 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.
Sep 19, 2018
Women in Science: Suhita Nadkarni on studying the brain, making the shift from Physics to NeurobiologySuhita 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
Sep 13, 2018
Women in Science: Prerna Sharma on uncovering the mysteries of cells with PhysicsPrerna Sharma on how theory and experiments go hand-in-hand, and the alarmingly low number of Indian women in Physics
Sep 05, 2018
Women in Science: Molecular biophysicist R Mahalakshmi on solving the century-old protein-folding problemBut 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.
Aug 29, 2018
Women in Science: Aparna Mukherjee on why we need unique approach to diagnose paediatric tuberculosisIn 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