About The Thylacine Reports

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My name is Aadita Chaudhury. I graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry from the University of Toronto in June 2012. From August 2012 to June 2013, I worked as a Process Engineer-in-Training in a large Canadian EPCM company. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Science and Technology Studies at York University. I also have a Masters in Environmental Studies from York University.

The Thylacine Reports are of course named after the now-extinct largest-known marsupial in modern times, the thylacine. I remember wanting to keep one for a pet in my younger years and taking it with me to my paleontology expeditions when I have become a formidable polymath by the age of 25. Since that’s probably not happening, I have decided to use this space as an exploration for what I still could be.

Questions? Concerns? Job offers? Drop me a line at thylacinereports@gmail.com

More Niche Interests

  • History and philosophy of science, medicine and technology
  • Urban/sustainable agriculture
  • The arts – performing and visual, all kinds
  • Buddhism, Buddhist history, art and culture
  • Engineering ethics and practice
  • Sociology of engineering
  • Science as human heritage
  • Culinary experimentation and improvisation
  • Filmmaking and film theory
  • Travel literature
  • Travelling
  • Gender and Sexuality
  • Ceramics
  • World roots music
  • Webcomics and comics in general
  • Being quadrilingual

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The Thylacine Reports by Aadita Chaudhury is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

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