#SciViews: The science of storytelling
30 July, 2019

#SciViews: The science of storytelling

It’s true that science is more fun when you play with it, learn from it and share its endless powers with others.

For a moment, let’s go back in time to ancient Egypt, Greece, India and Babylonia. Scroll a little through the ideas of Pythagoras, Archimedes, Brahmagupta, Al-Khwarizmi, Fibonacci, Ptolemy. Revisit the mind-blowing discoveries of Newton, Einstein, Faraday and many more geniuses whose ideas still influence our worlds at some stage or the other. Now imagine if no one ever told their stories, their theories, we’d still be believers of folklores, and our outlook may not have been as rational as it is today.

Omni Calculator has always believed in not just telling these science stories but also letting the world put them into use in their everyday lives. At a point, we can proudly say we literally made rocket science simpler. From calculating the perfect time to drink coffee to using quantum physics to boil perfect eggs, we’ve always tried to help the world count on science more than their intuition.

One of the latest initiatives of Omni is an interview project called #SciViews, it honors and shares the word of storytellers like us. The world of science journalism has largely contributed to our curious outlook and always made us inquisitive of the hidden magical treasures of science.

This series of interviews will connect the world with the best science journalists and show you how they see the world. It aims to make curious scientific minds better storytellers and evangelists of the wonders of science.

Discovering soon. Stay tuned. :)