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Mumbai siblings’ platform celebrates women in STEM

Brother-sister Mumbai duo Kshitig and Barkha Seth have launched their own platform The Scientific Woman to celebrate the achievements of women in the fields...

RMIT’s Sumeet Walia shortlisted as emerging leader at Eureka Prizes 2020

From arriving in Melbourne as an international student at the age of 17 to now being recognised by Australia’s leading science awards, Sumeet Walia...

Today's Children, Tomorrow's Future: Teacher's Day Special

To mark the occasion of Teacher's Day, we asked a few teachers to tell us what they like best about their job

Science busking – how these women are leading the way

As a high school student not so long ago, Riddhi Gupta remembers being fascinated by her time in the science labs and with scientists...

15.8% of India's research work features in world's top 10 journals: Report

Just under 16 per cent of the total publications produced by Indian researchers feature in the top ten journals globally, a government report has...

Green guardian: Scientia Professor Deo Karan Prasad, AO

For distinguished service to architecture, particularly in the field of sustainable urban design. By JYOTI SHANKAR

Big Bang-ed out?

The Rainbow Theory attempts to squash existing belief about how the universe began, writes SYDNEY SRINIVAS Recent reports in scientific journals announced the banishment of...

In Nobel Nagar

A tour through the city that host the annual Nobel Prize ceremony is an enlightening experience, reports SYDNEY SRINIVAS

Neera Tanden is Biden’s pick to head budget office

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  US President elect Joe Biden has picked Indian-American Neera Tanden, a controversial close confidante of the Clintons, to head the powerful White House Office...

Oxford English Dictionary names ‘words of the year’ for 2020

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  Oxford English Dictionary (OED) announced for the first time that it has chosen not to name one single word of the year, but many...

Melbourne Cup 2020: Indian trainer makes $500,000 win

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  2020 will go down as a memorable year for Cranbourne horse trainer Julius Sandhu, and not only because of COVID. This year, he scored his...

Indian farmers continue protest for seventh day as diaspora joins in

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  As protests against three controversial agriculture laws gain momentum in India, many questions have been raised about the impact of these reforms. There’s growing...

Six iconic Aussie trains: The Ghan, Indian Pacific, The Overland and...

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Exploring Australia by rail is a unique experience if you have the time
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