Here, I write about the profound effect the amalgamation of science & art has on our lives and how our understanding of the world depends on it, life as a science communicator, and also about the books I read, in the hopes of inspiring others to read them too.
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Life after studying Science Communication: An update
Haseeb Ahmed and I watched and reviewed the new Shawn Mendes documentary “In Wonder”, which turned out to be rather different from our expectations.
Guest Writer Scarlett Parr-Reid and I discussed the intersectionality of mental health symptoms and the importance of differentiating between these symptoms.
In the final interview of this series, I sat down with freelance science writer and my long time mentor, Olle Bergman, and we talked about science writing, his book projects, how to never be boring and everything in between, and science art, of course.
In the fourth and penultimate part of this series, I spoke to premier taxidermist Divya Anantharaman about what inspired her to pursue taxidermy and everything about the art and science of taxidermy.
Anusha, a very passionate geologist, tells me everything about e(art)h science, what inspires her and the art behind geology, in part three of In Conversation.
In the second part of this series, read about Sneha Bharadwaj’s passion, Bharatnatyam dance, the highs and lows of it, and if science and dance can be combined for the benefit of science communication.
Learn about Haseeb’s scientific interests, physics, photography and the physics behind photography in the first installment of this series.
Read about what it means to be human and unprecedentedly connected during a global health emergency.
Coming soon: Unsettled Ground by Clare Fuller
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