indian monsoon

Ringing in the rain

New predictors for early and late Indian monsoon discovered through machine learning.

Big charges in small packages

Scientists discover that certain materials change their atomic arrangement to retain electric charge while shrinking.

Chai and Why?: A Tea-Time Success Story

The enthusiasm, quirkiness and grit behind India’s very own Science Cafe.

Nobel Laureates Urge India to Set Systems in Place for Scientific Policy Development

Recent Q&A session with Nobel Laureates David Gross and Randy Schekman revealed it to be one of the key influences on innovation.

man-animal conflict, bonnet macaque, India

Photos that tell science stories

Lessons from a workshop on “Conservation Storytelling through Images”. Useful for scientists and writers.

wine glass feynman

Feynman’s eloquent summation

The universe in a few words by one of the greatest scientists of all time.

granular flow; complex fluids

When solids flow

Playing with sand and grains is serious work in Prof. Nott’s lab.

Series I: Nurture individual learning at a young age

Post #2 of an image series. How do we enable effective learning in school?

Someday you can say “my phone strongest!”

Prof. Kumar’s lab applies electricity to solve mechanical problems.


A Stock Market Crash and the Onset of Ice Age: Disaster Siblings?

Experts are looking at natural disasters for clues to understand economic ones.