The future for students and working professionals in the area of climate change is especially bright: Prof. S. K. Satheesh

In a candid conversation with Nisha Ramchandani from CNBC TV18, Professor SK Satheesh, Centre for Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, and director, Divecha Centre for Climate Change, talks about the relevance of climate change in the ‘future of work’.

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In our current political climate, art history is more important than ever before: Prof. Kavita Singh

Infosys Prize laureate, Prof. Kavita Singh, speaks with The Caravan about the role of gender in academia and the political significance of her research on museums.

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Do not give up, says Gagandeep Kang, India’s first woman scientist to join Royal Society

Prof. Gagandeep Kang is the first Indian woman scientist to be selected as a Fellow of the Royal Society, reports Sandhya Ramesh from ThePrint

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Indian scientist in Chicago takes a different look at neuro-disorders

“Till date, every single trial for developing a potential cure for Alzheimer’s has failed. The reason probably is that we are considering Alzheimer’s as a single kind of disease. Which it may not be,” asserts Prof. Yamuna Krishnan, Professor of chemistry at the University of Chicago, in her conversation with TV Jayan from The Hindu Business Line

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