Jess Nagpal is a Yoga teacher, Wellness Coach, and a Plant-based Chef who left her Computer Science profession behind to follow her passion. She is passionate about exploring yogic sciences, scriptures, teaching others to follow a holistic lifestyle. She loves to explore and cook with plants, study their underlying medicinal properties and their effects on our health. After spending almost 8 years in Germany, Sweden, and Australia, she is currently in India working as a freelancer in yoga and wellness sector for The Art of Living Organization. Happy to chat at email@example.com
Rijutha Jaganathan is a PhD student at Aarhus University, Denmark. She is an early stage researcher under the Marie-Sklodowska Curie ITN, funded under Horizon 2020 – ‘’EUROPAH’’. She combines her passion for astronomy with experimental surface science techniques like Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy to study and understand the catalytic properties of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the interstellar medium. She is equally passionate about art, architecture and history. When she is not in the lab, she is either engrossed in a book with a mug of coffee or is exploring a city by foot with a camera in hand.
Shambhavi (AKA Sam) is a biologist studying animal behaviour and neuroscience at the Humboldt University, Berlin. When she’s not chasing bats or running trails, she’s usually busy hunting for a perfectly-tailored humorous metaphor. Science writing for her is an art; she believes her work is done when anybody who reads her pieces has not only learned something fascinating but feels smarter in the process. While Sam mostly writes about biology and Open Science, she’s always keen for new ideas. You can follow her on Twitter at the handle @Quidestvita.
Student at St.Joseph’s College, Bengaluru. Interested in theoretical physics.
Also handling @our.inexplicable.universe on instagram.
Tulasi is a middle school physics teacher. She has completed her B Sc and B Ed from Bangalore University. She loves to write poems and click photographs.