YourStory | Life Lab Foundation

Science curricula in Indian schools has struggled to keep pace with rapid advances in science and technology happening in the rest of the world. With students being offered almost no exposure to new sciences in the classroom, Dr Archana Sharma, PrachiJha and Ivneet Singh came together to form Life Lab Foundation which aims to bring cutting-edge science to schools across the country through its various initiatives.


NDTV | Walk the Talk

Watch the interview of Dr.Archana Sharma, the Founder and Lead Advisor of Life Lab Foundation. Learn about her journey starting from a small town in India to becoming the first permanent Indian Scientist at CERN and impacting science education in India.


DNA | Science Seminar on the Higgs Boson

The seminar gave high school students and teachers an opportunity to delve into the realm of High Energy Physics, learn about cutting-edge research and gain access to advanced research facilities through a virtual visit. The event saw participation from over 700 students across 35 schools, such as Doon School, Dehradun, NeerjaModi, Jaipur, Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Shri Ram School, Vasant Valley and Delhi Public School, R.K. Puram.


Woodstock | Student Visit to CERN

Life Lab Foundation, an NGO working to raise the bar in physics and science education in India organised the trip along with Dr Archana Sharma, a senior physicist working at CERN. The Woodstock students were joined by groups from CHIREC International School, Hyderabad and Gokuldham High School, Mumbai.


The Hindu | Inspiring Stories

Archana Sharma, a Senior Scientist at the CERN Laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland, is the only Indian scientist who was involved in the path-breaking discovery of Higgs Boson particle in 2012. Her journey from Jhansi to CERN, the Mecca of Particle Physics, has been remarkable and a story of inspiration for many aspiring Indian scientists.



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