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The National Centre for Biological Sciences is delighted to welcome Archishman Raju, who joins the NCBS as its newest faculty member.
Archishman's research is in the theoretical modelling of biological systems. He is currently interested in modeling cell fate specification and finding general models for fitting experiments in developmental biology. He is also interested in how mathematical theories of evolution are changed by including development.
A network to monitor butterfly populations in India for science, education,
As requested by the Director, TIFR, the TIFR Academic Ethics Committee (TAEC) conducted an enquir
A network to monitor butterfly populations in India for science, education, community building, and biodiversity conservation
A team of scientists have discovered the genetic cause of the odd coat colouration and patterning in Similipal’s black tigers.
Endosomal acidification inhibitors target SARS-CoV-2 entry and infection. Image by Chaitra Prabhakara; Design by Chaitra Prabhakara and Sowmya Jahnavi.