The first chapter examines the representation of scientific laboratories in Indian science fiction of the non-aligned era. Such laboratories were seen as key sites for an acceleration of national ‘development’ in the decades following the country’s independence. But in science fiction laboratories were often treated critically, where key assumptions regarding the relationship of science, truth and progress were rigorously interrogated and revised.
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