Upcoming Chai and Why sessions

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At Prithvi Theatre, Juhu

TIFR@Prithvi
Chai and Why?

TO BE ANNOUNCED



Sunday, April 7, 2019
11:00 am
Prithvi Theatre


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*** PLEASE BE AT THE VENUE BY 10:50 AM to ensure a seat. Prithvi Theatre has a strict no-late-entries policy ***

At Ruparel College, Matunga (w.r.)

Chai and Why?
Ruparel College

*** HOLI SPECIAL ***

Painting cells with fluorescent proteins
Toshali Banerjee, TIFR

Sunday, March 17, 2019
11:00 am

D.G.Ruparel College Of Arts,Science and Commerce, Matunga (W)
Room 2 Science


Fluorescent proteins are molecules naturally present in certain organisms to improve their visibility in nature. Their identification and molecular characterisation has enabled biologists and chemists alike to use them as clever tools. Through genetic modifications, it has been possible to create an entire palette of colourful proteins for scientists to paint cells with. Let's go through the journey of how these 'colours' came to be!

ENTRY FREE! No pre-registration required. Please be on time. We start punctually.




At The Alexandra Girls English Institution


Chai and Why?


*5th Sunday Special*

Paleolithic Picassos
Atreyee Sinha
APC/CNRS, Paris

Sunday, 31st March 2019
11:00 am

The Alexandra Girls English Institution
Fort, Mumbai

Way before people started recording history using the written word, mankind sought to document its experiences in vivid images and stunning symbols, dating back to about 64,000 years. Luckily, some of these marvellous depictions of animals, hunting rituals and sky charts have survived the tides of time and are still found inside remote caves even today! Join us as we travel to an ancient world and discover the first calendars, the advent of written language and the very beginnings of art!



ENTRY FREE! No pre-registration required. Please be on time. We start punctually.





 

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