One of the most pleasant parts of our work is to go to a village where we are going to demonstrate science to children. We work very informally, usually where we are known at least to the children who sometimes turn up and talk to us, sitting on a log under a tree, ask us things and, as likely as not, give us more information than we give them.

Neeraja Raghavan

There is no doubt that a good laboratory will enrich the learning and teaching of science. While this is undisputable, it is possible to transform the teaching and learning of science even without a full-fledged laboratory, provided one can draw upon everyday experiences, commonly asked questions, easily available materials and just a few tools that may need to be purchased.

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