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Jun 30, 2022

How climate change makes lightning our enemy as the no.1 natural killer

At 2000 deaths on an average per year, lightning kills more people than any other natural event or disaster. In this episode of Science & Us, we find out how climate change leads to an increase in lightning str...

30 mins

May 30, 2022

Want to speak with autistic kids? Make it musical

In this episode of Science and Us, we explore how music helps autistic children communicate with others. Suno India’s Menaka Rao speaks with Dr Nandini Chatterjee Singh, senior national programme officer, with...

29 mins

Apr 30, 2022

India's delay in dealing with nuclear waste could be costly

This April, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Stalin met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi demanding that the spent fuel from India’s largest nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu be dealt with. What has been the India...

26 mins

Mar 31, 2022

Queerness is everywhere but science is biased

This is the second in the two-part series on how gendered understanding of science affects the way research is conducted. In this episode, Suno India’s Menaka Rao speaks to Sayantan Datta about how the certaint...

30 mins

Mar 31, 2022

The invisible influence of sexism on science

March 8 is International Women’s day. We have two episodes this month on how gendered understanding of science affects the way research is conducted.  The first episode describes the protests led by feminist o...

29 mins

Feb 28, 2022

Is coconut oil the much-needed solution for our dandruff problems

What makes a healthy scalp? Scientists from the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Bhopal are working on understanding the scalp microbiome of Indians, both healthy and dandruff-ridden...

22 mins

Feb 01, 2022

Researchers Debunk 185-Year Old Name Mix-Ups In Snake Species

While scientists discovered a new snake species in the southern Indian state of Tamilnadu, little did they know that this discovery would unearth a 185-year old problem of name mix-ups done in the past. In 2016...

21 mins

Dec 28, 2021

Can adding iron to rice reduce Anaemia in India?

The National Family Health Survey (2019-20) shows that 57% of women and  67% of children are anaemic in the country. This Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the rice that will be dist...

40 mins

Nov 25, 2021

Gone to the dogs: Rabies control and street dog welfare in India

Street dogs are everywhere in India. From the highest mountain ranges to the harshest deserts, from densely crowded urban areas to rural fields. With around 60 million free-ranging dogs, India arguably has the...

41 mins

Oct 31, 2021

Is the rise in temperatures causing 'mystery' fevers?

In September 2021, many people in Western Uttar Pradesh were struck by “mystery” fevers. Some even succumbed to them. Later the Central team found out that the fevers were mostly dengue fevers, or caused by scr...

32 mins