Research Matters

Portfolio as Science Communicator


Technology not merely a tool in tennis, but now in the driver’s seat[5]
Research done on elite tennis has remarkable social science implications. My colleague and I co-report.
18th September, 2020 — Co-writer


Digging the grave: In search of the remains of merging black holes and neutron stars[4]
I report on how astronomers take on an exciting quest looking for electromagnetic counterparts to gravitational waves emitted by merging black holes stars and neutron stars. Oh, but are they?
14th September, 2020 — Writer


Cracked: Scientists show how glass crystallises in real-time[3]
I report on scientists capturing crystallisation of glass, which may take thousands of years otherwise, in movies.
7th September, 2020 — Writer

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Who is at the centre of a dog’s world? It’s humans more than dogs![2]
Ecologists have for the first time studied the direct interactions of humans with free-ranging dogs. I report on their find.
28th August, 2020 — Writer

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AstroSat discovers tell-tale signs of cosmic evolution from a young, dynamic galaxy[1]
I report on how astronomers have used India’s first astronomy satellite to find a galaxy in wavelengths in which it has never been found before.
24th August, 2020 — Writer