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I am Mayur, PhD student at IIT Bombay.

I am a science communicator and love to explain scientific concepts to the common public. I won the FameLab India and became the first Indian to represent India in the FameLab International 2017 ( one of the biggest science communication competitions in the world) at the Cheltenham Science Festival in the UK. I was the finalist for EURAXESS Science Slam India 2017.

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Hello everyone,

I am Yashika Kapoor.

I hold a master’s degree in forensic sciences from LNJN NICFS.

I have ventured into the field of science communication to make people relate and understand biology as I feel it impacts everyone of us.