Every episode, Nature India brings you stories of exciting new research from India or from the Indian diaspora.

Episode 6: How the pandemic touched the lives of scientists: Part 1 (Fears and challenges)

Through heartfelt personal stories, we get a glimpse of how the scientific community dealt with loss and a new normal. Host: Subhra Priyadarshini. Produced by Jinoy Jose P., Amrita Gupta Nambiar and Prince George.


Episode 5: (Hindi) कोरोनावायरस वेरिएंट का हॉटस्पॉट

SARS-CoV-2 संक्रमण की अभूतपूर्व  लहर के साथ, भारत कोविड-19 के हॉटस्पॉट और वायरस के भावी म्यूटेशन के केंद्र के रूप में उभर रहा है। वर्तमान में भारत में कोरोना वायरस के कौन से वेरिएंट का प्रकोप है? क्या मौजूदा टीके उनके खिलाफ प्रभावी हैं? भारतीय उपमहाद्वीप में जीनोम सिक्वेंसिंग का काम कैसा चल रहा है? होस्ट: सुभ्रा प्रियदर्शिनी, निर्माता: जिनॉय जोस पी., प्रिंस जॉर्ज और अमृता गुप्ता नांबियार।


Episode 4: A hotspot of coronavirus variants

With unprecedented SARS-CoV-2 infections, India is a breeding ground for variants and future mutations. Host: Subhra Priyadarshini. Produced by Jinoy Jose P. and Amrita Gupta Nambiar. [Related comment and news.]


Episode 3: What will it take to make currency notes hard to counterfeit

Scientists are using this light-emitting ink to develop security codes that can stop the production of fake currencies, illegal drugs and fraudulent copying of vital documents.


Episode 2: A tribute to DNA fingerprinting pioneer Lalji Singh

In December 2017, India lost one of her pioneering scientists Lalji singh. Nature India pays a tribute to the man who took science out of the labs into the courtrooms of India. [Related News and Blog]

[Published as part of the TDU-Nature India Media Fellowship]


Episode 1: Nutrient deficiency — don't blame your diet

In our first episode, we discuss why diets may not be the reason behind the prevalence of iron and zinc deficiency among Indians. [Research highlight]

[Published as part of the TDU-Nature India Media Fellowship]