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Book Review

Breaking the Silo: Integrated Science Education in India

Neeraja Sundaram

Breaking the Silo is a novel and engaging look at three very pertinent themes in the present time: (i) the persisting divide between Science and Humanities disciplines in Indian institutions of higher education, (ii) the existing contexts and future possibilities for integrating what appears to be 'two cultures' and (iii) bridging the perceived gap between the natural and human sciences.

Published: 14 August 2018

Book Review

Sacred Bovines - the ironies of misplaced assumptions in Biology

Douglas Allchin

This is an interesting book dealing with the Sociology of Science. The origin of experimental science in the modern sense can be traced to the 15th century Renaissance period. Of course, scientific inquiry was being conducted in many civilizations much before the European Renaissance.

Published: 18 June 2018