Did you know that when you put a glass rod inside glass jar containing glycerin, it will disappear? Or that you can poke through your take away tea bag with […]
Aishwarya did her B tech, Industrial Biotechnology in Anna University, Chennai, India and received her PhD from Singapore MIT Alliance (SMA), Singapore. She is at present working as research fellow in Dr Leah Vardy’s lab in Institute of Medical Biology (IMB), Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore. She worked on developing a humanized mouse model for dengue during her PhD and currently working on studying the role of polyamines in embryonic stem cells and skin pigmentation. She is passionate about communicating science to non-science people, writing, teaching and photography.
It doesn’t take a cape, a tight fitting vest and super human powers to become a hero. Sparing just 45 minutes of your time for donating blood, does! Is blood […]
Today (May 25 2016), on World Thyroid Day, we are going to have a wonderful interview with our very own largest endocrine gland in our body – The Thyroid. Shaped like […]
Dr Xing Yi Ling, the recipient of L’Oréal Singapore Women in Science National Fellowships (FWIS) 2015 for Physical and Engineering Science, is an Assistant Professor in the School of Physical […]
Dr Neo Mei Lin, recipient of L’Oréal Singapore Women in Science National Fellowships 2015 for Life science, is a Research Fellow in Tropical Marine Science Institute, National University of Singapore (NUS). Dr […]
The dreaded future is here. Yes, the scene that could easily fit in a sci-fi movie is becoming real. People from China are buying bottled pure air taken from the […]
It’s about time women realise that diabetes and heart attack are not just men’s diseases (How well do you know your heart?). Especially, when both of them go hand in […]