Science Communicator = Writer + Editor [details] + Host
Portfolio as Writer, Host
A new approach to film atoms and molecules vibrating inside solids 
Theoretical and experimental scientists have come together to watch solids vibrate.
13th January, 2021 — Writer
Fertilisers, livestock and biomass burning are spewing ammonia into the air across India 
Research has pinned down seasonal and geographical variation of the harmful gas and the reasons behind it.
11th January, 2021 — Writer
Efficiently cooling down systems that generate heat 
A PhD Thesis work has proposed efficient cooling of IC chips, photovoltaic cells, and gas turbine blades.
8th January, 2021 — Writer
A microscopic understanding of materials can widen the scope of their applications 
Researchers study the relationship between geometry and isotropy to enhance 3D-printing.
6th January, 2021 — Co-writer
Uranus has many mysterious rings 
I throw light on the mysteries of Uranus and its rings.
24th December, 2020 — Writer
What’s great about the ‘Great Red Spot’? 
I gather the stocks on a mysterious spot over Jupiter’s southern hemisphere.
16th December, 2020 — Writer
Nobel Prize 2020 — Episode 3: Laureates in Physics and their work 
I join our host Aishwarya Viswamitra to explain the works of the 2020 Physics Nobel laureates.
14th December, 2020 — Co-host
The role of women in State-led development: A story of paradoxes 
An anthropologist zooms into the relationship of women and the State in erstwhile Maoism affected areas.
9th December, 2020 — Writer
Finding flood risks at the village-level to facilitate decision-making 
Science can inform policy combat climate change hazards to flood-prone villages of India.
21st October, 2020 — Writer
Monitoring countrywide levels of air pollution 
I report on how Indian scientists are ramping up sites for air quality monitoring around the country.
20th October, 2020 — Writer
Novel design of magnetic channels may cut down costs of transferring electronic signals 
Scientists have devised a new technique to speed up processing electronic signals at significantly lower costs.
3rd October, 2020 — Writer
Liquids behave differently on curved surfaces than flat ones 
Scientists study the evolution of liquids on spherical surfaces. I report.
2nd October, 2020 — Writer
Decolonising climate change: The developed world is responsible for our planet’s climate crisis 
A new study puts the focus of the conversation on Climate Change, on Climate Justice — the lack of which is hurting our collective future.
1st October, 2020 — Writer
Technology not merely a tool in tennis, but now in the driver’s seat 
Research 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 
Astronomers take on an exciting quest looking for electromagnetic counterparts to gravitational waves.
14th September, 2020 — Writer
Cracked: Scientists show how glass crystallises in real-time 
Scientists have captured crystallisation of glass, which may take thousands of years otherwise, in movies.
7th September, 2020 — Writer
Who is at the centre of a dog’s world? It’s humans more than dogs! 
Ecologists have for the first time studied the direct interactions of humans with free-ranging dogs.
28th August, 2020 — Writer
AstroSat discovers tell-tale signs of cosmic evolution from a young, dynamic galaxy 
Astronomers have found a galaxy in wavelengths in which it has never been found before.
24th August, 2020 — Writer