A brilliantly simple way to explain a complex mathematical concept of infinity
Professor Edward Frenkel, from the University of California, Berkeley attempts to answer this perennial question. He is also author of the book “Love & Math”. Read more →
To celebrate the new year’s eve of 2013, a group of friends and their families came together at Snehasadan, a shelter for homeless children at Jogeshwari Read more →
I learned that the most difficult part of bringing up a teenage son is to accept the transformation from a boy to a man – not only in the kid but in yourself Read more →
This weekend three of the “Walking Souls” team – myself, Gautam and Swati – went to recce the trail that we are to follow during the 100km OxFam walkathon in November. We drove down to the starting point via Kolad, … Read more →
Science is for everyone, kids included! – one of the best TED videos I’ve seen!
What do science and play have in common? Neuroscientist Beau Lotto thinks all people (kids included) should participate in science and, through the process of discovery, change perceptions. He’s seconded by 12-year-old Amy O’Toole, who, along with 25 of her classmates, published the first peer-reviewed article by schoolchildren, about the Blackawton bees project. It starts: “Once upon a time … “