Sweating With An Artificial Skin

On October 3, 2020 by anon

Human body’s natural cooling mechanism, also known as sweating, is a messy phenomenon. It leaves you stinking with sweat rings and therefore is not the most desirable experience. It is comical to imagine a world where humans would have also been panting like other animals in order to regulate body […]

Killing microbes with Bubbles

On August 11, 2020 by anon

If you look into Google search statistics for the search ‘wash hands with soap’, you will find that the term saw a tremendous growth in popularity in the month of March.[1] This trend is quite easily explained as this was around the time when people started to understand the importance […]

In Conversation with Anasuya Gupta

On July 11, 2020 by Promit Ray

The following post features an interview with Ms. Anasauya Gupta, CEO and Managing Director of CICO Technologies Ltd (CTL). CTL, known for its brand CICO, is among India’s largest and most trusted construction chemical companies. Established in 1930, CICO also has a marked presence in Africa as well as elsewhere […]

(G)astrochemistry

On January 5, 2019 by anon

My research work is in an interesting and highly interdisciplinary field called Astrochemistry. Alexander Dalgarno, a pioneer in the field describes it as “the study of the formation, destruction and excitation of molecules in astronomical environments and their influence on the structure, dynamics and evolution of astronomical objects” The field […]