My passion for science was ignited at the age of 13 when I participated in the Indian Science Congress seminar (2003). It was celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Wright Brothers’ aircraft invention, where I won the first prize for best presentation. Winning this gave me the opportunity to get involved in a national debate with scientists from the prestigious Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) where I was one of twelve students screened and selected nationally for this event. (more…)

Anjali Venu

Apeksha Narasaiya volunteered for us for six months and during this time she helped out as a photographer at BSA events. She studied microbiology, molecular biology, pharmacology and pharmacovigilance over six years, but she is currently in Edinburgh, Scotland working for a pharmaceutical company trying to save cancer patients by analysing their reactions to new medicines.

Apeksha Narasaiya