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Bengaluru | Aug 29

Scientists from the University of Plymouth, UK, George Washington University, USA, Imperial College London, UK, and Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India, explore a leathal fungus threatening the existence of frogs.

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Bengaluru | Aug 27
Photo : Vignesh Kamath / Research Matters

Researchers from National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), Bengaluru, Fergusson College, Pune and Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Gujarat unravel the taxonomy of Hemidactylus triedrus, commonly known as the termite hill gecko.

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Bengaluru | Aug 24

Scientists from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, study how climate change is affecting small herbivores in the Himalayas. 

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Mumbai | Aug 23
Photo : Alexandra via pixabay.com

IIT Bombay researchers survey different approaches to automatically detect sarcastic texts using computers. 

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Mumbai | Aug 21
Photo : AlexanderAIUS (Wikimedia Commons)

Scientists from IIT Bombay devise a method to grow nanographene on copper using atomic hydrogen at lower temperatures.

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Bengaluru | Aug 20
Image : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam%27s_Bridge#/media/File:AdamsBridge02-NASA.jpg

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, find how geckos from India could have spread into and adapted to the Sri Lankan environment.

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Bengaluru | Aug 14

An international team of researchers use a multi-pronged approach to understand the diveristy in tree communities.

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Bengaluru | Aug 12

Angiosperms, or flowering plants as they are commonly known, dominate the plant kingdom with over a whopping 3.5 lakh species. Unlike the bisexual plants that are predominant, where both the reproductive structures are present in the same flower of the plant, some have the male and female flowers in different plants. Such plants are called dioecious plants, and there are over 15,600 species of them across the world. Many of these plants have been used traditionally as food, medicine and timber for over thousands of  years.

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Chandigarh | Aug 9

Researcher from CSIR - Institute of Microbial Technology, Chandighar discover the role of a gene that regulates how macrophages react to different pathogens.

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Bengaluru | Aug 9
Photo: "Dismantled houses where there have been cases of the plague". Source: Gordon, H. (1899) A Plague Stricken City. The English Illustrated Magazine, 22 (193): 17-23 in Ranganathan, M. 2018 "Rule By Difference: Empire, Liberalism, and the Legacies of Urban 'Improvement', Environment and Planning: A (Economy and Space). Published online June 22, 2018. DOI:http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0308518X18781851

Researchers from American university explore the reasons behind urban improvement through the ages.

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