Sphaerotheca varshaabhu is a newly discovered species of burrowing frog from urban Bengaluru.

Friday Features

Mumbai
1 Jul 2022

Large pan-India studies show that exercise in adulthood and education in childhood is associated with better cognitive functioning in older adults

Bengaluru
24 Jun 2022

Diatoms provide a peek into our history, while also being a source of nutrition, energy and oxygen

Bengaluru
8 Apr 2022

Complexity theory offers opportunities for understanding these systems holistically

Bengaluru
19 Feb 2021

Languages and scripts play a role in the way science is perceived and percolates through society.

Bengaluru
30 Oct 2020

In a series of articles, Research Matters tries to shed some insights into India’s mental health concern, its different aspects, including the lack of awareness about mental health in general — through the lens of science.

Bengaluru
23 Oct 2020

In a series of articles, Research Matters tries to shed some insights into India’s mental health concern, its different aspects, including the lack of awareness about mental health in general — through the lens of science.

Bengaluru
16 Oct 2020

In a series of articles, Research Matters tries to shed some insights into India’s mental health concern, its different aspects, including the lack of awareness about mental health in general — through the lens of science.

Bengaluru
10 Jul 2020

Here are some directions that the school curriculum could take in the coming year

Bengaluru
3 Apr 2020

In an earlier episode of The Joy of Science Shambhavi Chidambaram spoke to Professor Shravan Vasishth about, among other things, the joy of psycholinguistics. In this interview, Professor Vasishth talks in detail about teaching statistics and the need to understand uncertainty both to students and the general public. He is the author of “Shravan Vasishth’s Slog”, a blog about statistics. This interview has been edited for clarity and conciseness and has been run past Prof Vasishth for accuracy before publication.