OUR IDEAS ARE THE THINGS THAT TRULY MATTER.
HOWEVER, SOMETIMES, PEOPLE WANT TO KNOW WHO WE ARE
We started as a group of friends interested in diverse areas of science and arts who wanted more people to have access to ideas that we found to be novel, uncommon or interesting.
We have been lucky to have more people join us since. And in case of ideas and viewpoints, more is always better :)
If you want to contribute an article or join us as a regular author, let us know via the message form.
Rohil works at the intersection of engineering and biology. He currently develops technologies for personalized medicine including micro-fluidic devices and in-vitro models.
He also volunteers for Asha for Education, a US based NGO working for educating underprivileged kids in India.
Software Engineer, Startup Enthusiast, Former Management Consultant
Srijan often brings a unique viewpoint due to his diverse background spanning tech. and non-tech roles. He loves talking about technology, financial trading and the human mind.
He loves to read fiction, explore new cuisines, and play table tennis and Dota2.
Amol V. Patwardhan
Amol is a postdoctoral fellow, working in the areas of neutrino and particle/nuclear astrophysics. He is currently affiliated with UC Berkeley but he will be joining SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory from Sep 2020. His personal website can be found here: https://sites.google.com/site/amolvpatwardhan.
Kanika is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University and using synthetic ecology tools to understand the role of gut microbiome in modulating host health and disease. Before that, she looked at tiny microbes with big microscopes during her PhD. During her free time, she dabbles in crochet and 3D origami and is interested in the amalgamation of arts and science. Website link: kanika-khanna.github.io
Anamika Singh has a Ph.D. from IIT Delhi and is currently working as a research associate at CSIR-CIMAP, Lucknow. Her research revolves around using micro-organisms called yeast to produce plant-based highly valuable chemicals by using synthetic biology and metabolic engineering tools. When she is not playing with yeast, she loves to find herself by getting lost in nature.
You can reach her at www.linkedin.com/in/AnamikaSingh8
Vanya Bisht (@Vanya_Bisht) is a PhD student at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University. Her research work explores the ways in which cross-disciplinary collaboration can lead to better outcomes in the case of forest policy problems in India. She completed her Bachelor of Technology in Engineering Physics from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi. She is currently building a youtube channel where she communicates the complexities of environmental problems to a broader audience.