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Snehal was featured in the Marathi daily Loksatta!
She spoke of the work she did with us!
Read about our international collaborative Royal Society International Exchange project with Dr. Joey Shepherd, UK.
We will build a human-relevant preclinical platform to serve as an alternative to animal testing.
Thank you for the feature NBIC!
As part of Science Media Centre IISER Pune's SciTalk Series, Karishma chatted with Suchibrata Borah on a range of topics close to her heart!
Thank you for the opportunity!
Karishma shared her thoughts with Editage Insights in this series!
Part 1 - Changing career paths
Part 2 - Be the change you want to see in academic science
Part 3 - Researchers need to work on the 'communication' part of science communication
Thank you Jayashree for the nicely translated interviews!
Our work on historical remedies for biofilms from traditional Indian medicine was featured in the Deccan Herald.
Thanks Zille for the article!
How we coped with the lockdown and yet continued our contributions to Indian science?
Thank you IndiaBioscience for the opportunity to share our thoughts!
Faces of Science
Thank you for this feature, hope for it to indicate that unconventional career paths are possible!
Snehal was featured in IndiaBioscience!
"You can take the scientist out of the lab, but the passionate ones will still find a way to science!"
Read about how we 'pivoted' our work during lockdown and contributed to science, even when away from the lab!
Snehal played a critical role in these efforts.
How has YIM impacted your scientific journey? February 2020
Karishma shared her thoughts with IndiaBioscience on the impact of the Young Investigator Meeting 2019 in Guwahati, Assam, India on her return to India journey! Read on for some interesting insights!
We shared our thoughts with Nature INDIA on the impact of impact factor-driven research in India !
“When a scientist’s survival is determined by impact factors, ethics becomes the privilege of a few who can afford to be ethical"
We are always happy to share our views and inputs!
We look forward to a continued engagement with the SciComm community.
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