Nobel laureate Jennifer Doudna's work on gene editing; the courage to stand up for what's right; which habits will stay, which will change; adaptive leadership; and giving your career a different direction
Tag : books
Hari Pulakkat tells the story of how Homi Bhabha set up TIFR in this extract from his new book, ‘Space. Life. Matter: The Coming of Age of Indian Science’
April 29, 2021: A perspective on Bill Gates by his friend-turned-foe Larry Ellison; Are you ready for gig mindsetters; Do the older generation even understand; What’s time?
April 9, 2021: Going agile, virtually; Learnings from Covid-19; The problem with social distancing
March 17, 2021: How to present to experts; Rehumanising Stephen Hawking; What next for Silicon Valley; The generation gap
Jagdish Sheth, Rajendra Sisodia and Can Uslay talk about their latest book ‘The Global Rule of Three: Competing with a Conscious Strategy’
A learning session with Arun Maira, Harish Hande, Mekhala Krishnamurthy and M Rajshekhar
February 16, 2021: The race to vaccinate; Bill Gates on reading; The march of 2021
January 21, 2021: Examine and deal with fears; The connection between Odisha’s education boom and mining; Kamala Harris and the rise of the alpha desi female; Late to work?
By the middle of 2015, things became dire for Odisha’s private engineering colleges. Of the state’s 46,000 engineering seats, as many as 30,000 were vacant. In this excerpt from his book ‘Despite the State’, M Rajshekhar tells the story of the boom and bust—in which the students and staff were the only losers