Comic: Women in Science Bingo

Disclaimer: The gender discourse in STEM fields is nuanced and any fruitful conversation demands that all parties involved accept this nuance. Most of the times, however, such in-depth engagement requires energy and it’s usually the women on whom this burden (of explaining, for instance, that systemic discrimination exists) falls. These conversations are undoubtedly important to … More Comic: Women in Science Bingo

The City of Brass and the importance of diversity in fiction

I was apprehensive when I picked up The City of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty. The kind of apprehension that stems from a lifetime of being entrenched in a society that either vilifies people like me or whitewashes them into something more palatable for a western audience. Maybe I should add a third category and one … More The City of Brass and the importance of diversity in fiction

Simplified: Freeze-in of Dark Matter in Five Steps

With my newly acquired free-time, I wondered whether it would be possible to elaborate on my actual research in a manner accessible to general audiences. This is the first attempt at that. I take a shot at explaining the main ideas behind the paper which resulted from my Master’s thesis. And I do this without using … More Simplified: Freeze-in of Dark Matter in Five Steps

(fin.)

It’s happening. Like I predicted. Mid-July. The excuse reason? I’ve officially started writing my Master thesis which means I cannot bring myself to write anything else (mostly because I cannot stand the sight of a blinking cursor without being filled with dread, and partly because I don’t have time to edit things I do write). … More (fin.)