Peacocks Don’t Fade: The Science of Structural Colours
Explore how Akshara’s boundary-defying physics project led to the inclusion of a new lab component in a biology course.
Not a Lost ‘Caws’: Listening to the Corvids of Sarjapura
Studying crows may not change the world, but it certainly changed Aum Sarang Prabhune and Krishnapriya Tamma.
From flatworms to diagnostics: Praveen Talari’s story
Nandita Jayaraj explores how an undergraduate research project shaped Praveen Talari’s (BSc in Biology, 2017 – 19) journey in science.
Retracing Galileo’s Footsteps — An Experiment in Physics
How high would a ball dropped from the highest building in the University campus bounce? A group of physics students and faculty members at Azim Premji University found out for themselves.
Biology Research: The curious case of the ant-mimicking spider
Nandita Jayaraj explores how one crafty arachnid and two inquisitive ecologists, Divya Uma and Krishnapriya Tamma, inspired Nimish Anil, an undergraduate student of biology, to pursue a life in research.