A podcast series by IndiaBioscience. IndiaBioscience, is an organisation, which fills a unique niche in the ecosystem of life sciences in India. We function as a catalyst to promote changes that affect the culture and practice of science in India - through engagement with academia, government and industry at various levels.
Meet Jane Tingley (Foresta Inclusive)
Meet Ana Laura Cantera (Territorial Inhalations)
Our second podcast episode of "Carbon Chronicles" is out now!
Join us as we dive into the world of #scienceart with the incredible Ana Laura Cantera and explore her thought-provoking exhibit, "Territorial Inhalations."
Meet Ana Laura Cantera, the brilliant mind behind "Territorial Inhalations"! As a biomaterials developer and creator, Ana specializes in designs grown from mushroom mycelium and biobased materials made with local waste.
Recently honored with the First Prize Itaú in Robotic Arts and a Global Community Bio Fellows fellowship at MIT, Ana leads groundbreaking research in biointeractivity and 3D bioprinting.
Explore her captivating artworks exhibited worldwide, where science meets art in the most innovative and sustainable ways.
Learn more about Ana's groundbreaking work: https://www.analauracantera.com.ar/english
Meet Team SGB!
Team Science Gallery Bengaluru sits down with Arushi from IndiaBioscience. Together, they delve into the fascinating world of this not-for-profit public institution, exploring how they bridge the gap between natural, human, and social sciences, and the arts. Discover the magic behind their ever-changing exhibitions, mentorship programs, and more, all aimed at empowering young adults through research-based engagement.
In Conversation with a Mentor | S2 | 05 | Interview with Venkat Srinivasan
Venkat Srinivasan is an archivist at the Archives at the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) in Bengaluru, India. The Archives at NCBS is a public collecting space for the history of contemporary biology in India. Venkat also serves on the institutional review boards for the archives at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, the Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata, and the National Institute of Design (NID). He is a member of the Encoded Archival Descriptions – Technical Subcommittee (Society of American Archivists) and on the board of the Commission on Bibliography and Documentation of the International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science (IUHPST). Prior to this, he was a research engineer at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University.
You can visit the website of Archives at NCBS here - https://archives.ncbs.res.in/
Note - This podcast was recorded on September 19, 2022. The discussion in the podcast is based on information prior to September 19, 2022.
Rewind Podcast | In Conversation with a Mentor | Season 1
Five mentors, their journeys, experiences, and thoughts on mentorship and guidance; What better way than to listen to all of them, at once? We bring you, a rewind podcast episode with hand-picked segments from the five individual episodes featuring stalwarts in life sciences L S Shashidhara, Deepanwita Chattopadhyay, Sanjay Mishra, Bimalendu B Nath, and Manju Bansal together in one episode.
Don’t forget to check out the individual episodes at https://indiabioscience.org/indiabiospeaks/in-conversation-with-a-mentor/2021
Concept: Suchibrata Borah & Indulekha M S
Editing: Indulekha M S
Radio PDF | Laasya Samhita
Should Indian institutes have an equivalent of a recruitment cell for PhDs and Postdocs as well? Why should we have more awareness about career paths other than academia? How is the Indian scenario for science writers as a profession?
Laasya Samhita, a former postdoctoral researcher from the National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, has addressed these questions in our latest podcast of #RadioPDF.
If you are a postdoc in India and would like to be a part of this podcast series, drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Stay tuned for more updates from Radio PDF!
Guest: Laasya Samhita
Host: Suchibrata Borah
Recorded by: Ananthapathmanabhan
Edited by: Moumita Mazumdar
[Laasya Samhita has recently joined as a faculty at Ashoka University, Sonipat. This podcast was recorded before she joined this position]
Interesting podcast about scientific career