What Is Science, And What Is Not?

There is a very thin, ever-changing line between science and pseudoscientific myths.

In the case of India, that line is heavily distorted with a history of a strong blend of religion and scientific advancements. As we head towards the future, how could we extract scientific knowledge from our past without falling trap to myths?

Join us this week, as we speak to Banu Subramaniam - professor of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of Massachusetts - to explore the realm of scientific thought.

Updated On: 2021-06-08T16:37:42+05:30
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