Illuminating the Story of Indian Science
The '5000 Years of Indian Innovation' exhibition at London's Science Museum uses artifacts to tell the stories of the science of the subcontinent, from the ancient cities of the Indus Valley civilization through to the achievements of today’s India
Shipwreck Yields Earliest Navigational Tool from Vasco da Gama’s Voyage
The astrolabe features a Portuguese royal coat of arms and an etching of an armillary sphere.
Scientists Discover First Jurassic-Era ‘Fish Lizard’ Fossil in India
The discovery of the Ichthyosaurs fossil shows India's connect as part of Gondwanaland.
Angela Saini Shows Feminism And Science Need Not Be Strangers
London-based writer Angela Saini talks about her book, Inferior: What Science Got Wrong About Women.
11-Year-Old Gitanjali Rao Named America’s Top Young Scientist
Gitanjali Rao, a seventh-grade student, invented a quick and cheap lead contamination detector for water.
Ganga Among Top 10 Rivers Carrying Plastic Pollutants to Sea
Up to 95 per cent of the plastic pollution in the world’s oceans comes from only 10 rivers, including the Ganga.
Winter Soldiers: How The Ice Stupa Team Is Saving Glaciers The World Over
A simple design and ice shaped like the Buddhist chorten, mitigates disaster risk in glacial regions.