Interview
Interview with Sudhanshu Mani

The recall of Indian railways’ trains has remained the same over the years; I always had this angst and a dream that India should also go for modern, speedier, aesthetically-superior trains.

Staff
In Conversation with Dr Deepika Bhaskar

“Creating an innovative temperament has become a dire requirement to survive in an ever-changing world”: Dr Deepika Bhaskar

Alpana Saha
In Conversation with Nobel Laureate Randy Schekman

“The opportunities in science are endless and young people fascinated by the natural world should be encouraged and not discouraged by what may seem to be restricted career paths,” says Randy Schekman.

Biju Dharmapalan
“Science needs to be brought out of the lab” In Conversation with Dr Helen Scales

“Science obviously needs to be brought out of the lab and into society more widely. If scientists are interested and good at communicating, then they should do it – definitely! But a lot of people underestimate how difficult it is to write and talk well about science to non-specialists,” says Dr Helen Scales.

Sonali Nagar
From telomere to evolution, in conversation with Nobel Laureate Jack W. Szostak, FRS

Jack W. Szostak, FRS, is an English-born American biochemist and geneticist who was awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine.

Biju Dharmapalan
“Failure is very good provided one learns from it.” Sir Richard John Roberts, Nobel laureate

In this special online interview with Biju Dharmapalan, he talks about his journey in science, genetically modified organisms, AI in labs and his vision for future science.

Biju Dharmapalan
“Resilience, perseverance and persistence are important in research.” -- Prof. Chennupati Jagadish

Prof. Chennupati Jagadish has been awarded prestigious awards including ‘IEEE Pioneer award in Nanotechnology-2015’ and ‘Walter Boas Medal’ from the Australian Institute of Physics-2013.

Meher Wan
A Polymath’s Journey in Reinventing Species

George invented the broadly applied concepts of molecular multiplexing and tags, homologous recombination methods, and array DNA synthesisers. 

Biju Dharmapalan
“Push yourself…keep trying to go to the next level”: 2021 Nobel laureate Prof. David MacMillan

Prof. David MacMillan won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2021 for the development of asymmetric organo-catalysis jointly with Prof. Benjamin List.

Meher Wan