The Sari-Clad Tech at MIT

In 2004, the Ray and Maria Stata Center at MIT opened on the site of Building 20, a structure that was meant to be temporary but lasted 55 years. At the dedication, Hale Bradt, PhD ’61, emeritus professor of physics, was delighted to see a familiar image in the lobby: […]

Vijaysree

I am a graduate of the Science Journalism program at Boston University.

I chase stories on all topics of interest and go where the reporting takes me. This website is a digital portfolio of my articles and essays. More about me on the about page, of course. Follow me on twitter. If you wish to write to me regarding work contact me at v.vijaysreeATgmail.

 


The Rooster Sauce Guy The Rooster Sauce Guy

A food writer based in southern California, Randy Clemens is best known as the author of The Sriracha Cookbook. This 2011 cookbook is dedicated to cooking with a southeast Asian sauce named after its Thai town of origin, Si Racha. In the U.S., the chile-and-garlic sauce is frequently referred to […]

BookBub Goes To India BookBub Goes To India

Quick. Name the country that has the world’s second largest English speaking population. Hint: the country also has a rapidly-growing educated population that’s reading an increasing number of books. If you guessed India, you’re right. But to BookBub, the Kendall Square-based company that releases a daily newsletter providing millions of readers deals on […]

The Making of Life In the Death Zone The Making of Life In the Death Zone

Starting in the early 1970s, two German boys—one from the East, one from the West—with binoculars around their necks spent their teenage years pacing either side of the insurmountable Iron Curtain, the “death zone,” looking for birds. Today, the former pen pals are striving to transform the no-man’s-land into a […]