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Interactions: Ghina M. Halabi

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffGhina M. Halabi is an astrophysicist and social entrepreneur, whose work lies at the intersection of science, entrepreneurship and education. During her PhD and postdoctoral work, her research was on internal structure and evolution of stars. Now, working at Cambridge Judge Business School Entrepreneurship Centre, ​she creates...

Nature India moves to nature.com

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffNature India is now on nature.com. It is a return to where it all began for this regional portal of Nature Portfolio serving the scientific community of the world’s largest democracy, and bringing India’s research to a global audience.  Read more

How you can get involved with Nature Reviews as a PhD student or postdoc

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffOn 16 September 2021, Nature Reviews Physics and Nature Reviews Earth & Environment  hosted a webinar, “How you can get involved with Nature Reviews as a PhD student/postdoc”. The event featured panellists Louisa Brotherson (University of Liverpool), Franziska Keller (ETHZ) and Zengji Yue (University of...

Job ready after a PhD?

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffMy PhD was from the Central Drug Research Institute in Lucknow, India. Doing a PhD was an obvious option since I had little guidance on what jobs I could take up after a masters in biotechnology. PhD offered a decent fellowship for five years. Unlike the US, in India, no lab rotation and minimum interaction...

Nature India Annual Volume 2020 is out

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My science failures: How to err wisely

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffScience stories are equal to success stories. Right? Wrong. In thinking of scientists as successful people, many times we often assume that their career paths are straightforward, meticulously planned, and yield positive outcomes. However, things don’t always go as planned. Behind every small success, there’s...

Genetic sequencing tools key to pandemic fight

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff[Shankar Balasubramanian is a Herchel Smith Professor of Medicinal Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, a Senior Group Leader at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute and a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. He won the one million euro prize jointly with David Klenerman.] ...

How outreach blends my worlds as a scientist and mom

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffMy phone pinged in the middle of the session. It was a message from my almost 10-year-old son. “Spelling mistake in slide 36. Instead of 1st you wrote ist” – the message read. I chuckled. Here I was, conducting a summer science quiz for children and their families across India, and getting instant feedback from...

Attending the APS March Meeting 2021

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffGuest post by Andrea Richaud, recipient of the Communications Physics 2020 Early Career Researcher grant which enabled him to attend a conference or scientific school of his choice.  Read more

Hawking Hawking: author Charles Seife on how he cracked the cosmologist’s myth

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffThe British cosmologist Stephen Hawking (1942–2018) was probably the most recognizable scientist of the last 50 years. Many of his greatest contributions were in the study of black holes. In particular, he discovered in 1974 that black holes emit what came to be known as Hawking radiation — which shows that...

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