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  • Live Mint : COVID-19 Vaccine: Covishield outperforms Covaxin in first-of-its-kind comparative study. Key things to know

    Live Mint : COVID-19 Vaccine: Covishield outperforms Covaxin in first-of-its-kind comparative study. Key things to know

  • The Hindu: Covishield vaccine demonstrated more robust immune response compared to Covaxin: Study

    The Hindu: Covishield vaccine demonstrated more robust immune response compared to Covaxin: Study

  • The Telegraph : Covishield gave 'better shield' than Covaxin, says study

    The Telegraph : Covishield gave 'better shield' than Covaxin, says study

  • The Indian Express:  Covishield more effective than Covaxin: Study

    The Indian Express: Covishield more effective than Covaxin: Study

  • Hindustan Times: First ever comparative study reveals that Covishield outperformed Covaxin

    Hindustan Times: First ever comparative study reveals that Covishield outperformed Covaxin

  • DTE: Bharat Biotech’s vaccine, Covaxin not as effective as Serum Institutes of India’s Covishield

    DTE: Bharat Biotech’s vaccine, Covaxin not as effective as Serum Institutes of India’s Covishield

  • Times of India: A first of its kind vulture diet study reveals conservation needs in india

    Times of India: A first of its kind vulture diet study reveals conservation needs in india

  • The Indian Express: Eliminate harmful vet drugs to save vultures: Study

    The Indian Express: Eliminate harmful vet drugs to save vultures: Study

  • Mongabay India: The dietary habits of endangered vultures

    Mongabay India: The dietary habits of endangered vultures

  • Bangalore Mirror: On the vulture’s trail

    Bangalore Mirror: On the vulture’s trail

  • Ally or oppressor? Exploring science through feminist lenses

    Ally or oppressor? Exploring science through feminist lenses

  • NCBS research in regional news: New clues on precision medicine for bipolar disorder

    NCBS research in regional news: New clues on precision medicine for bipolar disorder

  • Why doesn’t everyone with bipolar disorder respond to lithium?

    Why doesn’t everyone with bipolar disorder respond to lithium?

  • NCBS study paves way for development of new treatment and precision medicine for bipolar disorder

    NCBS study paves way for development of new treatment and precision medicine for bipolar disorder

  • The mRNA shield against dengue

    The mRNA shield against dengue

  • Meet the Infosys Prize winners from Bengaluru

    Meet the Infosys Prize winners from Bengaluru

  •  How a space for biological sciences shaped up in Bengaluru

    How a space for biological sciences shaped up in Bengaluru

  • NCBS to collaborate with a host of organisations for forest research and conservation

    NCBS to collaborate with a host of organisations for forest research and conservation

  • NCBS museum building repository for bees; 3 scientists part of Asian study

    NCBS museum building repository for bees; 3 scientists part of Asian study

  • NCBS BENGALURU MUSEUM BEGINS COLLECTION OF BEE SPECIES TO STUDY BEHAVIOURAL TRAITS

    NCBS BENGALURU MUSEUM BEGINS COLLECTION OF BEE SPECIES TO STUDY BEHAVIOURAL TRAITS

  • Conservation push: NCBS museum collects bees across species

    Conservation push: NCBS museum collects bees across species

  • Conservation push: NCBS museum collects bees across species

    Conservation push: NCBS museum collects bees across species

  •  NCBS MUSEUM HAS PUT TOGETHER A COLLECTION OF BEES FROM ACROSS INDIA

    NCBS MUSEUM HAS PUT TOGETHER A COLLECTION OF BEES FROM ACROSS INDIA

  • Prof Gita Chadha appointed Obaid Siddiqi Chair in NCBS Bengaluru

    Prof Gita Chadha appointed Obaid Siddiqi Chair in NCBS Bengaluru

  • Bengaluru scientists help find new kind of molecular motor

    Bengaluru scientists help find new kind of molecular motor

  • 50 years of Project Tiger: PM set to release new census on April 9

    50 years of Project Tiger: PM set to release new census on April 9

  • Scientists working on tracking COVID, dengue through sewage surveillance

    Scientists working on tracking COVID, dengue through sewage surveillance

  • Science gallery Bengaluru campus inaugurated

    Science gallery Bengaluru campus inaugurated

  • Life and work of physicist T S G Sastry archived at National Centre for Biological Science

    Life and work of physicist T S G Sastry archived at National Centre for Biological Science

  • Black Tiger

    Black Tiger

  • JNTBGRI researchers unravel the mystery behind the ‘shooting’ droplets from Theepacha

    JNTBGRI researchers unravel the mystery behind the ‘shooting’ droplets from Theepacha

  • MP national park gets 2 tigers in big cat revival efforts

    MP national park gets 2 tigers in big cat revival efforts

  • One Health Bengaluru City Consortium launched

    One Health Bengaluru City Consortium launched

  • LS Shashidhara, brilliant geneticist and NCBS director, puts science next to social welfare

    LS Shashidhara, brilliant geneticist and NCBS director, puts science next to social welfare

  • Decoding dengue: India’s first prospective DNA vaccine against disease is promising; but challenges lie ahead

    Decoding dengue: India’s first prospective DNA vaccine against disease is promising; but challenges lie ahead

  • A Bengaluru group is knee-deep in wastewater—looking for secrets on future diseases

    A Bengaluru group is knee-deep in wastewater—looking for secrets on future diseases

  • Minimising human disturbance crucial to protect bears outside wildlife reserves: study

    Minimising human disturbance crucial to protect bears outside wildlife reserves: study

  • India needs strategy for conserving landscapes humans, wildlife share: Study

    India needs strategy for conserving landscapes humans, wildlife share: Study

  • Team of scientists conduct study to help India meet the 30x30 biodiversity conservation targets

    Team of scientists conduct study to help India meet the 30x30 biodiversity conservation targets

  • Tracing evolution in Western Ghat's butterflies

    Tracing evolution in Western Ghat's butterflies

  • Study shows butterflies bedazzle predators and escape

    Study shows butterflies bedazzle predators and escape

  • This ecologist uses fake flowers to study India’s insects

    This ecologist uses fake flowers to study India’s insects

  • How a Farmers’ Pest Is Making Scientists Rethink the Speed of Evolution

    How a Farmers’ Pest Is Making Scientists Rethink the Speed of Evolution

  • Bengaluru centre to archive 80 yrs of Green Revolution hero MS Swaminathan’s works

    Bengaluru centre to archive 80 yrs of Green Revolution hero MS Swaminathan’s works

  • University of Manchester delegation to visit India for joint collaboration in education

    University of Manchester delegation to visit India for joint collaboration in education

  • No Human Could Do That: Is AI Becoming Too Alien?

    No Human Could Do That: Is AI Becoming Too Alien?

  • University of Manchester to collaborate with IIT Kharagpur and Tata Research Centre to contribute to cancer research

    University of Manchester to collaborate with IIT Kharagpur and Tata Research Centre to contribute to cancer research

  • No human could do that: Is AI becoming too alien?

    No human could do that: Is AI becoming too alien?

  • Watch: Black tiger cub roams with its mother in the wild

    Watch: Black tiger cub roams with its mother in the wild

  • Bengaluru researchers propose new evolution theory

    Bengaluru researchers propose new evolution theory

  • New sex-sorting tech to multiply milch animal count

    New sex-sorting tech to multiply milch animal count

  • New hypothesis for evolution of different species

    New hypothesis for evolution of different species

  • Brain development, neurochemical changes can lead to formation of new species

    Brain development, neurochemical changes can lead to formation of new species

  • Wildbuzz | Nawab of the blue throne

    Wildbuzz | Nawab of the blue throne

  • Professor Ganesh N Devy appointed second Obaid Siddiqi Chair at NCBS

    Professor Ganesh N Devy appointed second Obaid Siddiqi Chair at NCBS

  • India's first digital feather library project is flying

    India's first digital feather library project is flying

  • Bodies At Sea: A peek into the mysteries of unseen wonders

    Bodies At Sea: A peek into the mysteries of unseen wonders

  • Video | Seeds of Culture - How spices sowed the seeds of globalisation

    Video | Seeds of Culture - How spices sowed the seeds of globalisation

  • Tiger gets lion’s share of attention; small carnivores need conservation too: Study

    Tiger gets lion’s share of attention; small carnivores need conservation too: Study

  • Carnivore research biased towards large cats, study finds

    Carnivore research biased towards large cats, study finds

  • Eminent geneticist, neurobiologist K. VijayRaghavan to helm Ashoka University’s research wing

    Eminent geneticist, neurobiologist K. VijayRaghavan to helm Ashoka University’s research wing

  • Fruit flies, the wonder model organisms

    Fruit flies, the wonder model organisms

  • Scientists criticise GST hike on scientific equipment

    Scientists criticise GST hike on scientific equipment

  • More Fun Than Fun: The Fly in The Room

    More Fun Than Fun: The Fly in The Room

  • BIOSTATISTICS COURSE FOR CLINICIANS CONDUCTES AT VPS LAKESHORE

    BIOSTATISTICS COURSE FOR CLINICIANS CONDUCTES AT VPS LAKESHORE

  • Omicron: National Centre for Biological Sciences monitoring situation in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Pune

    Omicron: National Centre for Biological Sciences monitoring situation in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Pune

  • Explained: Why ‘black tigers’ sound a warning

    Explained: Why ‘black tigers’ sound a warning

  • Life is beautiful: Number of butterflies species rises to 74 in 2020 Delhi census

    Life is beautiful: Number of butterflies species rises to 74 in 2020 Delhi census

  • More Fun Than Fun: Evolution on Islands in Water, in the Sky and Elsewhere

    More Fun Than Fun: Evolution on Islands in Water, in the Sky and Elsewhere

  • Workshop on endangered ‘Snow Leopard Population Assessment in J&K" inaugurated

    Workshop on endangered ‘Snow Leopard Population Assessment in J&K" inaugurated

  • Study proposes repurposed drug to treat COVID-19

    Study proposes repurposed drug to treat COVID-19

  • Less-sensitive rapid antigen tests too can yield good results, says a new study

    Less-sensitive rapid antigen tests too can yield good results, says a new study

  • Knowing the ways of the coffee white stem borer

    Knowing the ways of the coffee white stem borer

  • This flowering plant may hold treatment for Alzheimer's

    This flowering plant may hold treatment for Alzheimer's

  • What Does Big Data Have to Do With Wildlife Conservation?

    What Does Big Data Have to Do With Wildlife Conservation?

  • Newly described scorpion species from Western Ghats highlight need for more research and conservation

    Newly described scorpion species from Western Ghats highlight need for more research and conservation

  • ‘Bad science’: Planting frenzy misses the grasslands for the trees

    ‘Bad science’: Planting frenzy misses the grasslands for the trees

  • Mistakes in protein synthesis can lead to phenotypic diversity

    Mistakes in protein synthesis can lead to phenotypic diversity

  • Calcium sensor STIM1 regulates gene expression and synaptic connectivity of Purkinje neurons

    Calcium sensor STIM1 regulates gene expression and synaptic connectivity of Purkinje neurons

  • Indo-French talks to strengthen scientific collaboration in bio-health

    Indo-French talks to strengthen scientific collaboration in bio-health

  • Butterflies and moths look at the world differently: Blame it on evolution

    Butterflies and moths look at the world differently: Blame it on evolution

  • What genetic information about dholes tells us about its understudied population

    What genetic information about dholes tells us about its understudied population

  • NCBS teams up with NGOs for MSc in wildlife course

    NCBS teams up with NGOs for MSc in wildlife course

  • In a first, scientists develop model to estimate dhole population

    In a first, scientists develop model to estimate dhole population

  • National Science Day 2021: The art of being a woman in science

    National Science Day 2021: The art of being a woman in science

  • Fragmentation of tiger habitat is leading to inbreeding, low survival: Study

    Fragmentation of tiger habitat is leading to inbreeding, low survival: Study

  • Some Indian tigers are inbred: Study

    Some Indian tigers are inbred: Study

  • Indian Tigers have highest genetic variation, but some are inbred

    Indian Tigers have highest genetic variation, but some are inbred

  • 179 species of butterflies recorded in Bengaluru

    179 species of butterflies recorded in Bengaluru

  • Bengaluru research institute’s Covid test that can be altered to ‘identify mutant strains’

    Bengaluru research institute’s Covid test that can be altered to ‘identify mutant strains’

  • A diagnostic tool to detect covid infection

    A diagnostic tool to detect covid infection

  • NCBS, DBT-inStem develop accurate, inexpensive alternative to RT-PCR test for COVID-19

    NCBS, DBT-inStem develop accurate, inexpensive alternative to RT-PCR test for COVID-19

  • Core curriculum: learning to manage a shared microscopy facility

    Core curriculum: learning to manage a shared microscopy facility

  • NCBS to record the history and culture of science

    NCBS to record the history and culture of science

  • Protected areas mostly lacking for rare, small wild cats

    Protected areas mostly lacking for rare, small wild cats

  • Loss of smell, taste clear clue to COVID

    Loss of smell, taste clear clue to COVID

  • Scientists find commonality in bees’ famed 'Waggle Dance'

    Scientists find commonality in bees’ famed 'Waggle Dance'

  • Bengaluru lab discovers Sensei, an iron-sensing RNA

    Bengaluru lab discovers Sensei, an iron-sensing RNA

  • Biological plant-virus ‘arms race’ uncovered

    Biological plant-virus ‘arms race’ uncovered

  • Scientists identify a gene that could help increase rice productivity

    Scientists identify a gene that could help increase rice productivity

  • 3 new damselfly species discovered in Western Ghats in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka

    3 new damselfly species discovered in Western Ghats in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka

  • How Seven Indian Labs Coped With the Immediate Aftermath of a Global Health Crisis

    How Seven Indian Labs Coped With the Immediate Aftermath of a Global Health Crisis

  • CSIR Announces Awardees of Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for 2020

    CSIR Announces Awardees of Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for 2020

  • Scrolling through the leaves of history

    Scrolling through the leaves of history

  • A vote for India’s national butterfly

    A vote for India’s national butterfly

  • The wings of diversity

    The wings of diversity

  • A tale of two moth species from Tale

    A tale of two moth species from Tale

  • Pierrot butterflies take scientists from museum collections to the outdoors and back!

    Pierrot butterflies take scientists from museum collections to the outdoors and back!

  • Citizen science in the times of lockdown

    Citizen science in the times of lockdown

  • Pollution stings Bengaluru’s bees in the heart

    Pollution stings Bengaluru’s bees in the heart

  • Air pollution killing giant Asian honey bees: Study

    Air pollution killing giant Asian honey bees: Study

  • Studying P. vivax malaria

    Studying P. vivax malaria

  • ‘Cyclotides’ from Shankhpushpi can fight bacteria, virus, say Bengaluru-based scientists

    ‘Cyclotides’ from Shankhpushpi can fight bacteria, virus, say Bengaluru-based scientists

  • Scientists discover a coral snake species from Himachal Pradesh

    Scientists discover a coral snake species from Himachal Pradesh

  • NCBS scientists identify 33 molecules that could be used to treat virus patients

    NCBS scientists identify 33 molecules that could be used to treat virus patients

  • Researchers identify 33 molecules that can target 1 COVID-19 protein

    Researchers identify 33 molecules that can target 1 COVID-19 protein

  • A damselfly’s colours have more to them than adding to the looks

    A damselfly’s colours have more to them than adding to the looks

  • Researchers Find Three New Gecko Species In Western Ghats

    Researchers Find Three New Gecko Species In Western Ghats

  • A viper named Salazar

    A viper named Salazar

  • Scientists use virtual reality to know how insects find objects

    Scientists use virtual reality to know how insects find objects

  • First-ever study in India investigates a rare type of cancer caused by a virus

    First-ever study in India investigates a rare type of cancer caused by a virus

  • THESE INSECTS ARE ANNOYING, BUT THEY MIGHT JUST SAVE YOUR LIFE

    THESE INSECTS ARE ANNOYING, BUT THEY MIGHT JUST SAVE YOUR LIFE

  • Indian scientists identify family tree of tigers from shed hair

    Indian scientists identify family tree of tigers from shed hair

  • Scientists create video game to unlock how flies navigate

    Scientists create video game to unlock how flies navigate

  • Tiger’s hair to map ancestry

    Tiger’s hair to map ancestry

  • Using virtual reality to understand how insects fly

    Using virtual reality to understand how insects fly

  • Tiger Hair Used for Genome Sequencing Sheds Light on Two New Matrilineages in Ranthambore

    Tiger Hair Used for Genome Sequencing Sheds Light on Two New Matrilineages in Ranthambore

  •  Azim Premji Foundation, NCBS, inStem ink partnership on enhanced testing for inStem

    Azim Premji Foundation, NCBS, inStem ink partnership on enhanced testing for inStem

  • Flight of the Indian honey bee

    Flight of the Indian honey bee

  • Azim Premji Foundation, NCBS, inStem ink partnership on enhanced testing for COVID-19

    Azim Premji Foundation, NCBS, inStem ink partnership on enhanced testing for COVID-19

  • A decade of a project to document India's butterflies gets more ambitious

    A decade of a project to document India's butterflies gets more ambitious

  • Bengaluru Scientists Create Textile Coating That Can Stop Coronavirus From Binding to Clothes

    Bengaluru Scientists Create Textile Coating That Can Stop Coronavirus From Binding to Clothes

  • Huge opportunity for India to step up vaccine production

    Huge opportunity for India to step up vaccine production

  • Scientists use YouTube to reach vernacular audience

    Scientists use YouTube to reach vernacular audience

  • Over 1mn Covid-19 tests carried out, says ICMR

    Over 1mn Covid-19 tests carried out, says ICMR

  • Meet Salazar’s pit viper – a new snake species named after the parseltongue wizard

    Meet Salazar’s pit viper – a new snake species named after the parseltongue wizard

  • A protocol for pooled RT-PCR testing of COVID-19

    A protocol for pooled RT-PCR testing of COVID-19

  • Researchers from three institutes develop algorithm for better contact-tracing

    Researchers from three institutes develop algorithm for better contact-tracing

  • Nose knows first? A survey will tell

    Nose knows first? A survey will tell

  • B'luru-based US researcher studying anosmia, Covid-19 link

    B'luru-based US researcher studying anosmia, Covid-19 link

  • Indian researchers set to study Covid-19 link with loss of smell, taste

    Indian researchers set to study Covid-19 link with loss of smell, taste

  • Scientists start survey to determine if loss of smell is related to COVID-19

    Scientists start survey to determine if loss of smell is related to COVID-19

  • Indian herpetologists discover new viper species in Arunachal Pradesh

    Indian herpetologists discover new viper species in Arunachal Pradesh

  • NCBS preparing solutions to fight COVID-19

    NCBS preparing solutions to fight COVID-19

  • Covid-19: Bengaluru labs get nod to develop multiple techs

    Covid-19: Bengaluru labs get nod to develop multiple techs

  • Some Animals Have No Microbiome. Here’s What That Tells Us.

    Some Animals Have No Microbiome. Here’s What That Tells Us.

  • Have developed compound that has potential to kill virus: Researchers

    Have developed compound that has potential to kill virus: Researchers

  • Bengaluru life science cluster prepares Covid-19 response

    Bengaluru life science cluster prepares Covid-19 response

  • Coronavirus outbreak: Another scientist-led effort to bust myth

    Coronavirus outbreak: Another scientist-led effort to bust myth

  • Bangalore Life Sciences Cluster to start COVID-19 research

    Bangalore Life Sciences Cluster to start COVID-19 research

  • The future of lockdown will depend on what we know when it nears the end: Infosys Prize winning biologist Satyajit Mayor

    The future of lockdown will depend on what we know when it nears the end: Infosys Prize winning biologist Satyajit Mayor

  • Indian scientists join the battle against COVID-19

    Indian scientists join the battle against COVID-19

  • Not enough evidence to indicate Coronavirus has a separate Indian strain: NCBS chief

    Not enough evidence to indicate Coronavirus has a separate Indian strain: NCBS chief

  • Ray of Hope: Government Eases Restrictions on Indian COVID-19 Research

    Ray of Hope: Government Eases Restrictions on Indian COVID-19 Research

  • NCBS method to detect virus associated with a rare skin cancer

    NCBS method to detect virus associated with a rare skin cancer

  • Zebrafish reveal how to run faster

    Zebrafish reveal how to run faster

  • Tiny fish lights up potential paralysis cure

    Tiny fish lights up potential paralysis cure

  • Population of over 100 species of Indian birds on decline, claims first-of-its-kind report

    Population of over 100 species of Indian birds on decline, claims first-of-its-kind report

  • New Report Finds That 101 Indian Bird Species Require Immediate Attention

    New Report Finds That 101 Indian Bird Species Require Immediate Attention

  • How small regulatory molecules are generated in plants

    How small regulatory molecules are generated in plants

  • NCBS Archives tells stories of how science blossomed here

    NCBS Archives tells stories of how science blossomed here

  • Students to Engineers: 9 Forest Crusaders Who Fought The Green Fight in 2019

    Students to Engineers: 9 Forest Crusaders Who Fought The Green Fight in 2019

  • How humans affect genetic connectivity of four mammals

    How humans affect genetic connectivity of four mammals

  • Unseen 2019: Silence of the bees

    Unseen 2019: Silence of the bees

  • NCBS scientists study carbon cycle in rainforests

    NCBS scientists study carbon cycle in rainforests

  • Wildlife warrior Vinod Rishi Sanctuary award

    Wildlife warrior Vinod Rishi Sanctuary award

  • Surprise Discovery: Chemical Defenses by Crops Backfire, Make Pests Stronger!

    Surprise Discovery: Chemical Defenses by Crops Backfire, Make Pests Stronger!

  • Aarey, smog, wildfires — forests dominate headlines. But what exactly is a forest?

    Aarey, smog, wildfires — forests dominate headlines. But what exactly is a forest?

  • Getting to Know Dr. Vinothkumar of NCBS BLiSC

    Getting to Know Dr. Vinothkumar of NCBS BLiSC

  • Hear the flutter of wings

    Hear the flutter of wings

  • Search Results Web results River Ganga and its boats have become far too noisy for the river dolphins to communicate

    Search Results Web results River Ganga and its boats have become far too noisy for the river dolphins to communicate

  • New snake species found in Arunachal

    New snake species found in Arunachal

  • Understanding upside-down landings of flies

    Understanding upside-down landings of flies

  • How a number of initiatives are breaking the language barrier in teaching science

    How a number of initiatives are breaking the language barrier in teaching science

  • Butterfly migration through a metropolis

    Butterfly migration through a metropolis

  • Noise Pollution in the Ganga Is Stressing Its River Dolphins

    Noise Pollution in the Ganga Is Stressing Its River Dolphins

  • New Evidence That Humans and Bats Exchanged Deadly Filovirus in Nagaland

    New Evidence That Humans and Bats Exchanged Deadly Filovirus in Nagaland

  • How cotton leaf worm responds to the defence mechanisms of plants

    How cotton leaf worm responds to the defence mechanisms of plants

  • Virus spillover may be occurring between bats and humans: Study

    Virus spillover may be occurring between bats and humans: Study

  • Study suspects virus spillover from bats in Nagaland

    Study suspects virus spillover from bats in Nagaland

  • What flies can teach us about achieving the perfect landing, albeit upside down!

    What flies can teach us about achieving the perfect landing, albeit upside down!

  • Scientists, engineers get awards

    Scientists, engineers get awards

  • 13 scientists honoured with state awards

    13 scientists honoured with state awards

  • Imagining different food futures with speculative gastronomy

    Imagining different food futures with speculative gastronomy

  • Exhibition brings together science, art in one place

    Exhibition brings together science, art in one place

  • A wild, wild road

    A wild, wild road

  • Indian tigers face inbreeding threat due to forest fragmentation, shows genetic study

    Indian tigers face inbreeding threat due to forest fragmentation, shows genetic study

  • New striped yellow dragonfly discovered in Goa, Kerala

    New striped yellow dragonfly discovered in Goa, Kerala

  • Now, a new gecko from the hills of Amboli

    Now, a new gecko from the hills of Amboli

  • NCBS study shows how stress can affect fear memory

    NCBS study shows how stress can affect fear memory

  • Not just numbers, DNA holds the key in tiger conservation

    Not just numbers, DNA holds the key in tiger conservation

  • Bees use complex memory for communication

    Bees use complex memory for communication

  • How micro RNAs regulate the colour of fruits, leaves

    How micro RNAs regulate the colour of fruits, leaves

  • A new ‘clutch’ to engage the immune cell ‘gear’

    A new ‘clutch’ to engage the immune cell ‘gear’

  • G-rooting for a superhero

    G-rooting for a superhero

  • PhoreMost and inStem Enter Structural Biology Alliance

    PhoreMost and inStem Enter Structural Biology Alliance

  • A bipolar route to updating old memories

    A bipolar route to updating old memories

  • Here are four cool things Bengaluru scientists invented recently

    Here are four cool things Bengaluru scientists invented recently

  • A biological design

    A biological design

  • A non-flower, but just as bright for insects

    A non-flower, but just as bright for insects

  • Insects are disappearing in India, and we don’t even have data

    Insects are disappearing in India, and we don’t even have data

  • Habitat loss and lack of conservation threatens Poona Skink

    Habitat loss and lack of conservation threatens Poona Skink

  • Scientists pave the way for a new therapy for type 2 diabetes

    Scientists pave the way for a new therapy for type 2 diabetes

  • Meet Annamma Spudich: A molecular biologist who is reviving ancient India's healing knowledge

    Meet Annamma Spudich: A molecular biologist who is reviving ancient India's healing knowledge

  • Researchers describe a new genus and species of rain-loving snake from Northeast India

    Researchers describe a new genus and species of rain-loving snake from Northeast India

  • Newly discovered gecko named after Tejas Thackeray

    Newly discovered gecko named after Tejas Thackeray

  • Medicinal properties of drumstick tree unravelled

    Medicinal properties of drumstick tree unravelled

  • Bengaluru scientists crack Moringa mystery

    Bengaluru scientists crack Moringa mystery

  • ‘Not natural’: Why is Kerala seeing more forest fires this year?

    ‘Not natural’: Why is Kerala seeing more forest fires this year?

  • The insect-eating bats of Chikmagalur

    The insect-eating bats of Chikmagalur

  • How British Sentimentality Shaped a Corner of the Nilgiris

    How British Sentimentality Shaped a Corner of the Nilgiris

  • How depression affects memory

    How depression affects memory

  • Science of Conservation

    Science of Conservation

  • Bengaluru team inches closer to cancer cure?

    Bengaluru team inches closer to cancer cure?

  • A genetic method to empower conservation

    A genetic method to empower conservation

  • National Centre for Biological Sciences brings science to apartments, cafes

    National Centre for Biological Sciences brings science to apartments, cafes

  • Scant amounts of DNA reveal conservation clues

    Scant amounts of DNA reveal conservation clues

  • Scant amounts of DNA reveal conservation clues

    Scant amounts of DNA reveal conservation clues

  • India’s understanding of forest fires has been skewed by colonial-era policy

    India’s understanding of forest fires has been skewed by colonial-era policy

  • Topical gel protects farmers from pesticides

    Topical gel protects farmers from pesticides

  • We Need to Save the Bees – but Where Do We Begin?

    We Need to Save the Bees – but Where Do We Begin?

  • Luckily, the rice lost it!

    Luckily, the rice lost it!

  • When forests are not forests at all, can fire be used to better manage them?

    When forests are not forests at all, can fire be used to better manage them?

  • Fires are a crucial component of some forest systems, says group of scientists

    Fires are a crucial component of some forest systems, says group of scientists

  • The identity crisis of the Indian savannas

    The identity crisis of the Indian savannas

  • Scientists call for rethink of India's British-era forest fire policies

    Scientists call for rethink of India's British-era forest fire policies

  • Why are fires frequent at the Bandipur reserve?

    Why are fires frequent at the Bandipur reserve?

  • Ashoka varsity prof bags 50,000 Euro nature conservation award

    Ashoka varsity prof bags 50,000 Euro nature conservation award

  • Model Scientist: Statistical physicist who helps biologists understand life at a deep level

    Model Scientist: Statistical physicist who helps biologists understand life at a deep level

  • NCBS opens first of its kind archive in Bangalore

    NCBS opens first of its kind archive in Bangalore

  • A New Science Archives Preserves the Ways of Seeing Science's People

    A New Science Archives Preserves the Ways of Seeing Science's People

  • History of biological research in museum

    History of biological research in museum

  • Scientists honoured with HK Firodia awards in Pune

    Scientists honoured with HK Firodia awards in Pune

  • Exploring Expressions In Nature : Dhara Mehrotra

    Exploring Expressions In Nature : Dhara Mehrotra

  • How your immune system uses chaos to prevent disease

    How your immune system uses chaos to prevent disease

  • How the fruit fly experiences bitter taste

    How the fruit fly experiences bitter taste

  • A Bengaluru artist shows how plants talk to each other through the internet of fungus

    A Bengaluru artist shows how plants talk to each other through the internet of fungus

  • Woodland buffers help maintain bird communities in forest edges, finds study

    Woodland buffers help maintain bird communities in forest edges, finds study

  • The Yin and Yang of ecology and evolution

    The Yin and Yang of ecology and evolution

  • This researcher has named his latest find after Modi govt’s top science official

    This researcher has named his latest find after Modi govt’s top science official

  • Central government's advisor gets a gecko named after him

    Central government's advisor gets a gecko named after him

  • It’s raining geckos in the Northeast

    It’s raining geckos in the Northeast

  • Now science can speak your lingo

    Now science can speak your lingo

  • Scientists to talk in Kannada and Tamil on genetics at Jigyasa

    Scientists to talk in Kannada and Tamil on genetics at Jigyasa

  • 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

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    Foresting natural grasslands: Ecological threat

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    How Sri Lanka got its lizards

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

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    This gel can protect farmers from toxic pesticides

  • New skin gel offers protection from some pesticides

    New skin gel offers protection from some 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

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    Karnataka: Coffee? You bat

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

  • 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

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    Experiments in rats show some bad memories can be forgotten

  • Nutrients of neuroscience

    Nutrients of neuroscience

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

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    Researchers discover 2 new cicada species from the Western Ghats

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    Researchers find new cicada insect species in Verlem

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    Mixed farm-forest landscapes too support bird biodiversity: study

  • Researchers solve case of geckos’ mistaken identity

    Researchers solve case of geckos’ mistaken identity

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

  • 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

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    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

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    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

  • Connecting forest corridors to save tigers

    Connecting forest corridors to save tigers

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    Scientists try to demystify Science in Kannada

  • Speak your tongue

    Speak your tongue

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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    A new species of non-venomous aquatic snake dicovered

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    Native butterflies up and flying, outsiders yet to be spotted

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    Explorers of the Library of Nature

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    Granny Knows best

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    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

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    Talking science, simply and clearly in 3 minutes

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    Meet Paperfuge, the Biomedical Centrifuge Inspired By a Toy

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    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