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Asmita Sarkar’s New Initiative Hopes To Give Little Girls More Hopes To Achieve Their Scientific Dreams

Asmita Sarkar's Twitter callout about Women In Science WikiProject was an intriguing one. Here's what she says about women scientists needing representation.

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11th Feb Is International Day Of Women And Girls In Science. Where Do Indian Women Stand?

Veteran Indian scientist Kamala Sohonie was humiliated for her gender when she applied to IISc in 1933, by none other than C.V. Raman. Almost a century later, have things changed for Indian girls and women?

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A Chat With Sujatha Srinivasan, The Brain Behind ARISE, An All-Indian, Low Cost ‘Standing Wheelchair’

ARISE, a 'standing wheelchair', was recently launched by IIT Madras. Here is the brain behind this, the unassuming Prof Sujatha Srinivasan, talking with her junior alumnus, Namrata Vora.

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Recent 1st All-Female Dual Spacewalk Significant For NASA’s Proposed 2024 Plan To Put A Woman On Moon
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On 18th of October, 2019, astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir became the first two women to complete a spacewalk together, an inspiration to future generations, and also a tribute to all who have come before them.

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Why Breaking The Norm To Be A Researcher Was The Best Thing I Did For My Career #NoRegrets

A personal narrative of creating a successful career in science in the times when research in biochemistry was a big 'No' for young girls.

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ALTBalaji Series M-O-M About Mission Mangal Refuses To Box Its Female Characters Into Stereotypes
MOM series by ALTBalaji

ALTBalaji’s latest offering, a fictionalized version of the Mangalyaan project, features female characters who are real, flawed, vulnerable, and triumphant.

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