Biodiversity exploration and discovery: two ant species new to science described from the Andaman Islands
Ants are some of the smallest animals on earth but have a huge impact on the environment. Despite their important roles in the ecosystem, ant biodiversity in many tropical areas remains poorly documented and India is no exception.
NCBS announces its 7th annual science journalism workshop, which will be held on campus from August 6 to August 19th, 2017.
The workshop’s main objective is to impart the basic skills necessary for communicating science to the lay person via the written word.
After much deliberation and anxiety, the family finally sought psychiatric help for their son. And the results were in a way, a relief. The doctors’ verdict was that their child, their teenage son, was suffering from bipolar disorder. His wild mood swings between hyper-enthusiastic activity and deep depression were treatable.
Science is regarded as one of the most significant cognitive enterprises of our times and the interface of science with society is becoming increasingly complex. The campus recently hosted an event titled "Science, Society and NCBS", aimed at exploring ways in which the practice of science relates to larger questions of society.