Nurturing inherent creativity and curiosity
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In this episode, we will explore the importance of bugs in our life and how our survival is dependent on these creatures .
We will also discuss the rate at which some of the species have either become extinct or are becoming extinct and the reasons behind them .
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Topics Covered : Pollination, honeybee, waggle dance, vector maths, counting desert ants, aphid, honeydew, farming, agriculture, nectarless flowers, dung beetle, vulture, diclofenac, snail, egg shells, Yellowstone National Park, wolves, food chain, Lotka-Volterra model, Briggs–Rauscher oscillating reaction, ratio, acceleration, biomimicry, extinction
Prof Neeraja Dashaputre from IISER Pune discusses how a study of chemical reaction helped to reinstate ecological balance in a national park and how generally things are multidisciplinary in nature.
Also meet Vikram Singh from Palampur (HP), an avid Life Sciences enthusiast and self-trained naturalist, a National Geographic Explorer who uses his self created nature museum to share the story of different life forms that exist around us.