One may become a wordsmith by learning to choose the right words and crafting them into beautiful sentences that flow like a wonderful stream. But that writing is of little value unless it is also telling a good story.
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Akshat Rathi is a science journalist. He has previously worked at The Economist and The Conversation. His writing has appeared in Nature, The Guardian and The Hindu. He has a PhD in chemistry from Oxford University and a BTech in chemical engineering from the Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai. View all posts by Akshat Rathi