Interview
“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
Nobel Laureate Prof. Klaus von Klitzing

Prof. Klaus von Klitzing’s research contributions influence a wide range of areas in physics from quarks and black holes to quantum materials.

Meher Wan
“The pandemic has taught us to work together to solve problems”: Dr Gagandeep Kang

Dr Gagandeep Kang is an Indian virologist and professor at Christian Medical College, Vellore, India.

Hrishi Logani
The Cyclins and Beyond

In conversation with Sir Tim Hunt, FRS, British biochemist and molecular physiologist

Biju Dharmapalan
Dr Archana Sharma: An Inspiration for Every Indian Student

In Conversation with Dr Archana Sharma: An Inspiration for Every Indian Student

Shubhada Kapil
Prof. Govindjee: A Pioneer in Photosynthesis Research

Prof. Govindjee is an Indian-American scientist who is known for his seminal scientific contributions in understanding the mechanism behind Photosynthesis.

Meher Wan