Nairika Roby Vettoor, an architect, shares her learnings from a webinar on Trees and Ecology of the Andamans.
Krishna Anujan studies tree diversity and ecology in the Andamans and she chronicled its ecological value via stories of birds and plants unique to the island.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most prevalent neurodegenerative disease, affecting about 50 million people worldwide. The disease is named after Dr Alois Alzheimer, the first one to notice abnormal protein clumps in the brain of a woman who had died of this unusual mental illness.
This article is a part of the reportage of an event - Degrees of Success. There were two career panels conducted. They had eminent speakers discussing their career paths, South Asian culture, gender and childhood.
Degrees of Success (DoS) is an initiative that hopes to introduce girls aged 9 to 16 to women scientists from South Asia. The event has a week full of fun-filled activities and discussions on how to succeed in STEMM.
In this article, we shall understand a little bit more about Parkinson’s disease –– what kind of neurons get degenerated i.e., damaged and lost, what kind of symptoms characterize the disease, and the existing treatment.