Congratulations Dr. Hiyaa Ghosh !
Dr. Hiyaa Ghosh is among eight scientists to be named part of EMBOs Global Investigator Network for 2021.
Read More about Hiyaa's research here
Arunita Banerjee (https://www.arunitabanerjee.com/) caught up with her recently, and here is what Hiyaa had to say.
Dr. Mahesh Sankaran awarded the Infosys 2021 prize for Life Sciences
Prof. Mahesh Sankaran has been awarded the Infosys Prize for Life Sciences for his exemplary contributions to the field of ecosystem ecology. His work on savannas, specifically the drivers of savanna ecosystem structure and the potential responses of these ecosystems to climate change have been critical in shaping the research agenda in this field over the past decade.
Listening to the stories of our people, lands and waters
First Chair ready to foster History and Culture of Science at NCBS
Congratulations! Atul Joshi Awarded the Harper Prize by the British Ecological Society
The British Ecological Society (BES) has announced the winners of its journal prizes for research published in 2020.
Lab in Focus: Adaptation Lab
The Communications Office at the Bangalore Life Science Cluster introduced a brand new outreach initiative where our audience gets a behind-the-scenes look at BLiSC labs!
RDO publishes its first article on research management in NCURA magazine
The Research Development Office (RDO) at the Bangalore Life Science Cluster celebrated a decade of operations in the field of research management in 2020. The establishment of the RDO was in recognition of the need for centralized and structured research management services for a complex research ecosystem, and the office has dedicated itself to supporting the scientific community of three institutions with different mandates. Dr. Malini S. Pillai and Dr.
Lab in Focus: Biodiversity Lab
The Communications Office at the Bangalore Life Science Cluster has introduced a brand new outreach initiative where our audience gets a behind-the-scenes look at BLiSC labs!
Congratulations! Dr. Ben Wigley awarded Julie S. Denslow Prize for the Outstanding Paper in Biotropica 2020
Dr. Ben Wigley has been awarded the Julie S. Denslow Prize for the Outstanding Paper in Biotropica 2020. His paper on 'Ants, fire, and bark traits affect how African savanna trees recover following damage' was published in Biotropica in 2019.
Dr. Salil Sukumaran of ADBS Program Receives the Prestigious Hugh Gurling Award in World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics (WCPG), 2020
The Google search for ‘bipolar disorder’ usually shows us the result as ‘this is a mental illness marked by extreme shifts in mood’, and that ‘the exact cause is not known but is believed to be a combination of genetics, and altered brain structure…’ But why or how is