Dipyaman Ganguly is an immunologist and currently a senior scientist at the Indian Institute of Chemical Biology (IICB), Kolkata. In this interview with IndiaBioscience, he talks about how public science outreach efforts in India need to expand beyond already engaged audiences in big cities and towns and make forays into remote geographical locations to reach children and adults who lack previous scientific exposure.
Subhash Chandra Lakhotia urges young scientists to stop worrying about impact factor and be confident about the quality of their published work.
Sunita Sheel is an independent researcher based in Pune. Her work explores the realms of ethics in biological research. She is also interested in public health.
Lipika Sahoo, founder of Lifeintelect, a Bangalore based technology and intellectual property consulting firm, talks to IndiaBioscience about career transitions, from academia to industry to entrepreneurship.
From how to choose the right research problem to ways of fostering creativity in the lab, Raghavendra Gadagkar tackles a gamut of questions faced by young researchers across India.