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  • It’s not love, but the tension in your cells that governs life

    It’s not love, but the tension in your cells that governs life

  • NCBS scientists study carbon cycle in rainforests

    NCBS scientists study carbon cycle in rainforests

  • Colonisers ruined Western Ghats, says study

    Colonisers ruined Western Ghats, says study

  • Dhara Mehrotra’s latest artistic project reveals some extraordinary insights about nature

    Dhara Mehrotra’s latest artistic project reveals some extraordinary insights about nature

  • Foresting natural grasslands: Ecological threat

    Foresting natural grasslands: Ecological threat

  • How Sri Lanka got its lizards

    How Sri Lanka got its lizards

  • Aim, shoot for a citizen-science repository of Indian mammals

    Aim, shoot for a citizen-science repository of Indian mammals

  • New skin gel offers protection from some pesticides

    New skin gel offers protection from some pesticides

  • This gel can protect farmers from toxic pesticides

    This gel can protect farmers from toxic pesticides

  • Loss of a microRNA molecule boosts rice production

    Loss of a microRNA molecule boosts rice production

  • A Peek Inside NCBS Bengaluru’s Upcoming Scientific Archive

    A Peek Inside NCBS Bengaluru’s Upcoming Scientific Archive

  • Following the sound trail: pulling India’s cicadas out of oblivion

    Following the sound trail: pulling India’s cicadas out of oblivion

  • Genes of famed big cat Machhli to be mapped

    Genes of famed big cat Machhli to be mapped

  • Karnataka: Coffee? You bat

    Karnataka: Coffee? You bat

  • Flying To The Tune Of A Neuropeptide Receptor: “Exciting” Insights From Fruit Flies

    Flying To The Tune Of A Neuropeptide Receptor: “Exciting” Insights From Fruit Flies

  • Shade-grown coffee plantations serves as imp commuting routes for bats: Study

    Shade-grown coffee plantations serves as imp commuting routes for bats: Study

  • Experiments in rats show some bad memories can be forgotten

    Experiments in rats show some bad memories can be forgotten

  • Nutrients of neuroscience

    Nutrients of neuroscience

  • Looks can be deceiving: The topsy-turvy case of Hemidactylus triedrus, the termite hill geckos

    Looks can be deceiving: The topsy-turvy case of Hemidactylus triedrus, the termite hill geckos

  • Researchers discover 2 new cicada species from the Western Ghats

    Researchers discover 2 new cicada species from the Western Ghats

  • Researchers find new cicada insect species in Verlem

    Researchers find new cicada insect species in Verlem

  • Mixed farm-forest landscapes too support bird biodiversity: study

    Mixed farm-forest landscapes too support bird biodiversity: study

  • Agri lands surrounding protected areas support guilds of wintering bird community: Study

    Agri lands surrounding protected areas support guilds of wintering bird community: Study

  • Researchers solve case of geckos’ mistaken identity

    Researchers solve case of geckos’ mistaken identity

  • Research students describe two new lizard species from India

    Research students describe two new lizard species from India

  • Trust the gut: Rat bellies hold answers to their survival in human habitats

    Trust the gut: Rat bellies hold answers to their survival in human habitats

  • Traditional knowledge of a northeast community holds answers to the misunderstood practice of shifting cultivation

    Traditional knowledge of a northeast community holds answers to the misunderstood practice of shifting cultivation

  • To eat or not to eat—How the fruit fly crinkles up its snout in distaste!

    To eat or not to eat—How the fruit fly crinkles up its snout in distaste!

  • SciArt scribbles: Playing science out

    SciArt scribbles: Playing science out

  • Decoding how insects use visual and chemical cues to find food

    Decoding how insects use visual and chemical cues to find food

  • Fibrosis and scleroderma: PAI-1 protein and the immune system

    Fibrosis and scleroderma: PAI-1 protein and the immune system

  • How insects evolve immune-memory against bacterial infections

    How insects evolve immune-memory against bacterial infections

  • Science communication

    Science communication

  • Scientists in Bengaluru have joined hands to expand the science vocabulary of Tamil and Kannada

    Scientists in Bengaluru have joined hands to expand the science vocabulary of Tamil and Kannada

  • Mandram presents the Jigyasa Project, to bring Tamil and Kannada on one stage

    Mandram presents the Jigyasa Project, to bring Tamil and Kannada on one stage

  • Scientists try to demystify Science in Kannada

    Scientists try to demystify Science in Kannada

  • Speak your tongue

    Speak your tongue

  • Open Savannahs Versus Wooded Thickets – What's the Future for Pune's Hills?

    Open Savannahs Versus Wooded Thickets – What's the Future for Pune's Hills?

  • Connecting forest corridors to save tigers

    Connecting forest corridors to save tigers

  • Problems mounting for Western Ghats

    Problems mounting for Western Ghats

  • Small part of cellular protein that helps form long-term memories also drives neurodegeneration

    Small part of cellular protein that helps form long-term memories also drives neurodegeneration

  • Scientists at NCBS to study how mental illness runs in families in India

    Scientists at NCBS to study how mental illness runs in families in India

  • Less than 3 milliseconds: How pesticides can be made to stick to plants

    Less than 3 milliseconds: How pesticides can be made to stick to plants

  • Mind Game: Understanding brain power

    Mind Game: Understanding brain power

  • Five species of cicadas identified from Aarey Colony

    Five species of cicadas identified from Aarey Colony

  • Three Bengaluru institutions announce largest joint mental health study in India

    Three Bengaluru institutions announce largest joint mental health study in India

  • Land degradation is affecting two-fifths of humanity

    Land degradation is affecting two-fifths of humanity

  • NCBS team wins award from American Society of Naturalists

    NCBS team wins award from American Society of Naturalists

  • The History of Biology in India will Soon Get its Own Space

    The History of Biology in India will Soon Get its Own Space

  • Prof K VijayRaghavan appointed Principal Scientific Advisor to the GoI

    Prof K VijayRaghavan appointed Principal Scientific Advisor to the GoI

  • Damaged reefs turn butterflyfish into flexible eaters

    Damaged reefs turn butterflyfish into flexible eaters

  • Super smell strength of solitary bees

    Super smell strength of solitary bees

  • A new species of non-venomous aquatic snake dicovered

    A new species of non-venomous aquatic snake dicovered

  • Native butterflies up and flying, outsiders yet to be spotted

    Native butterflies up and flying, outsiders yet to be spotted

  • Explorers of the Library of Nature

    Explorers of the Library of Nature

  • Granny Knows best

    Granny Knows best

  • No food, yet larvae reach within and develop

    No food, yet larvae reach within and develop

  • NCBS-TIFR aims to garner funds to bolster lifesciences research

    NCBS-TIFR aims to garner funds to bolster lifesciences research

  • Professors welcome ordinary folks into the knowledge universe

    Professors welcome ordinary folks into the knowledge universe

  • Talking science, simply and clearly in 3 minutes

    Talking science, simply and clearly in 3 minutes

  • Meet Paperfuge, the Biomedical Centrifuge Inspired By a Toy

    Meet Paperfuge, the Biomedical Centrifuge Inspired By a Toy

  • India can eliminate malaria if govt implements its 15-year plan between 2016-2030 properly: Dr. Amit Sharma

    India can eliminate malaria if govt implements its 15-year plan between 2016-2030 properly: Dr. Amit Sharma

  • Land hurdle cleared, science gallery to come up on Hebbal Road

    Land hurdle cleared, science gallery to come up on Hebbal Road

  • Even a brief period of stress could affect memory : study

    Even a brief period of stress could affect memory : study

  • Rat Study Suggests Even Brief Stress Can Affect Brain

    Rat Study Suggests Even Brief Stress Can Affect Brain

  • NCBS team uncovers how the brain postpones hunger

    NCBS team uncovers how the brain postpones hunger

  • New species of pika found in Sikkim

    New species of pika found in Sikkim