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Science without borders: The Bhabha legacy

The campus of Tata Institute of Fundamental Research around the time of inauguration of its new buildings in January 1962 in south Bombay (now Mumbai).

As young physicists at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai circa 1981, Alak Ray and Prajval Shastri experienced an exciting era in the life of the institute, set up by visionary scientist Homi Jehangir Bhabha in 1945.  Read more

At 76, would you join a start-up? This scientist did

Yash Kamath

Remember the 2015 movie ‘The Intern’ where Robert De Nero plays a 70-year-old who discovers that ‘retirement isn’t all it’s cracked up to be’. In the movie, Nero joins an online fashion site as an intern, learning things he never did in his entire career.  Read more