An interview with Sunetra Gupta, theoretical epidemiologist and also novelist and translator, in Jim Al-Khalili’s The Life Scientific series. Professor Gupta talks about the interchange between her literary, cultural, and scientific thinking, her love of Keats, and the two cultures problem more generally, among other things; well worth a listen. I note from her website that Gupta is working on a book on narrative in science and literature, which I’ll anticipate with interest.
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