Can this ancient, hidebound system survive the scrutiny of modern medicine?
A renowned algebraic number theorist who plays the tabla, a biologist trying to unravel the mysteries of the human cell, a scientist who can transform the industrial-scale production of plastic materials, and another who is working on a cancer screener that can be used at home—all of them Indians at the cutting edge of science and technology who were awarded the Infosys Prize 2012
If you are interested in the story of your own ancestry and how you can submit your own DNA sample for testing (all it needs is a simple scrape of the cheeks)
Prithvi theatre holds one of the most popular workshops for kids with theatre, comics, and even science and poetry.
Tired of the same old stuff about love and loss, migrants and displacement? Delve into Ian McEwan’s Solar and encounter the discomforts of making science interesting.
As two scientists claim that the future has infiltrated the present to sabotage our search for the God Particle, theoretical physics reaches its peak as a form of entertainment.