On 18 November 2023, the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) along with the Office of the Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India, in Bengaluru organised the, “Dialogue 2023: Expanding Science and Technology Horizons”.
Researchers from ATREE review their work over the past 25 years.
An anthropologist zooms into the relationship of women and the State in welfare projects in erstwhile Maoism affected areas.
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An interesting year this one, with the world locked in and a virus reigning our lives. Nevertheless, there was no dearth of news in science. There was a considerable quantum of studies being reported even outside the realm of the rampant COVID-19 research. At Research Matters, we have tried our best to cover the most interesting stories in the Indian scene and listed below are our most popular stories this year. Take a look.
Researchers investigate how dietary patterns, single nutrients, and food choice may be promoting or protecting against depressive disorders.
The Nobel Prizes award ceremony begins tonight as the winners receive their medals in their home countries. Get a glimpse of the contributions of the Natural Sciences awardees.
Powered by citizen science, the State of India’s Birds report calls for conservation efforts to save India’s aves.
In a recent study, researchers from IIT Bombay have developed a planning and scheduling framework for water distribution through tankers from water sources to water treatment facilities and consumers while making the cost of delivery affordable.
In a recent study, researchers show how cleaner air during the lockdown in Delhi, one of the most polluted cities in the world, has led to a hike in solar power generation.