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Institutional Writing

As a science writer, I have worked with various institutes worldwide to produce engaging science-related content, including writing, editing and ghostwriting.  Below are some samples of my institutional work. More samples of recent works available on request.

Prof Amit Agrawal from IIT Bombay awarded the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for his work on Fluid Mechanics | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Prof Amit Agrawal, Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay), has been awarded the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). This award recognises his outstanding contributions to the area of Fluid Mechanics including experimental, theoretical and numerical work in Microfluidic Devices.

The Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize (SSB) is the most coveted award in Science and Technology in the
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Drawing Blood From Veins May Not Hurt Anymore | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

For many of us, the thought of being pricked by a needle to draw blood or inject drugs is horrifying, right? What if you had to be pierced many times because the right vein could not be identified? Nightmarish you say? Soon, this could be the thing of past, thanks to an award-winning ‘vein tracer’ by Mr. Trivikram Annamali, a student of the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.

The vein tracer is a simple, hand-held, lightweight device that can help medical practitioners identify the veins dur
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Fighting floods the 'expert' way | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Research, led by IIT Bombay, design a system to forecast floods in Chennai

During the fag end of 2015, Chennai experienced severe floods resulting in the death of about 500 people and economic losses of about INR 50,000 crores. The flooding stranded the city and was termed a 'man-made disaster' resulting from irresponsible water management and rapid urbanisation. The northeast monsoon of the year left most parts of South India marooned, exposing how vulnerable our cities are to such catastrophe