Imprints: Finding molluscs
In conversation with Sahana Ghosh and Kartik Chandramouli as part of a Mongabay Podcast series on paleoclimate

Plants and Fossils and Primates Oh My!
In conversation with Dr Kirsty MacLeod as part of The Women in Ecology and Evolution Podcast

Integrating stories from the field, into a life of science
An interview by Rahul Subbaraman and Arunita Banerjee as part of WIISER (Women in Science at IISER) spotlight

Rocks full of life!
An interview by Shraddha Bhurkunde (Science Communicator, IISER Pune) as part of the National Science Day celebration

Meet the Scientists!
Physics News published the profile of a scientist

History and economics distor the fossil record
Our paper on the impact of colonialism and global economics on the reconstructions of past biodiversity attracted attention in national and international media. Here are the articles published in The Economist (English), Scientific American (English), The WIRE (English), TOI (English), Loksatta (Marathi)

In conversation
An interview by Amelia Bonea as part of a project titled "Archives of the Earth: Fossils, Science and Historical Imaginaries in Twentieth-Century India"

Knowing the long-lost life with fossils!
A lecture on fossils for school students as part of the outreach activity of "Next-Gen Science Camps" by Science Activity Centre, IISER Pune

Snail eats snail
An article in EcoRE by Nikita Gupta about our research on cannibalism among marine snails

Journey of an Indian paleontologist
An article in SheThePeople by Rudrani Gupta about the journey of a woman paleontologist

Beautiful minds
An article in Economic Times by Indulekha Aravind about contemporary women scientists of India

Fantastic adventures
Penguin published a book on women scientists in India and featured two paleontlogists

Spoorthi: Some views
IndiaBioscience published a booklet that discussed a spectrum of issues faced by women academicians

Daring to dig: An interview
"Daring to Dig: Women in American Paleontology" was a special initiative by Paleontological Research Institute to showcase the contribution of women in Paleontology

Life of Science: An interview
Nandita Jairaj continues "lab-hopping" to showcase the contribution of women in Indian Science.