Gyanome has decided to initiate a series of public lectures for school students, teachers and the general public given by people in academia with the aim of : 
  1. Encouraging the participation of the public in scientific activities.
  2. Getting young students interested in the prospects and the exciting nature of science.
  3. Educating the public about the importance of science.
  4. Explaining to the public the topics in cutting edge scientific research.

Gyanome Webinar

December 22nd , birthday of legendary mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan has been declared as the National Mathematics Day. As a tribute to this legendary mathematician, Gyanome Foundation, Gonitsora and Sciensation Media together will be organizing day long talks by Scientists and Mathematicians on the internet.

Talks will range on variety of topics related to Mathematics.

Video Resources :

Prof. Ken Ono, Mathematician. Lecture on “Ramanujan : The inspirational story and a glimpse of his mathematics!” delivered at IIIT-B. Opening remarks by Prof. Sujatha Ramdorai, UBC.

Prof. Ken Ono, Mathematician, Emory university. Interviewed by Mr. Dilip D’Souza Journalist and Science Enthusiast. Watch it here :

Prof. Sujatha Ramdorai, mathematician at UBC talks on “The unreasonable ubiquity of mathematics”. Watch it here :

Prof. M. S. Raghunathan, Mathematician talks on “Ramanujan and some personal reminiscences”:

Prof. Chandan Singh Dalawat, mathematician talks on “One hundred years of Ramanujan’s Tau Function”

Prof. R. Shivaraman talks on “Ramanujan and mathematics” (Tamil Talk)

Prof. Ambat Vijayakumar, CUSAT talks on “Ramanujan and his legacy”

Google hangout with Prof. Ken Ono, on the eve of Ramanujan’s Birthday.

Resources of Ramanujan :


Gyanome Scientist Hangout series 

1. Gyanome Hangout with Mr. Abhiram, Theoritical Physicist, Nottingham University.

Hangout with students 

1. Hangout – i on Integers by Prof. Sujatha.

2. Second hangout by Prof. Rajesh.

3. Third Hangout

4. Fourth Hangout with Mr. Manjil Saikia, Tezpur University.

5. Hangout (Exposition on primes by Prof. Sujatha)