Researchers at IIT Bombay discover the role of environmental resources, genes and mating in species in the development of new species in the same area, challenging the traditional view that new species can develop only in distinct geographies.

Society

Bengaluru
19 Nov 2023

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”.

Mumbai
6 Nov 2023

The material converts over 87% of light falling on it into usable heat energy.

Mumbai
11 Mar 2023

As much as we’d like to shush about it, the fact remains that mental health is an imperative component of one’s overall well-being that encompasses a wide range of emotional, psychological, and social factors. One key area of research in mental health sciences is the study of neurobiology, which focuses on the biological and physiological processes that, when gone awry, are responsible for various mental health conditions.

Mumbai
20 Dec 2022

Processing emotions consumes attention and compromises the quality of the task at hand

Mumbai
5 Dec 2022

Study finds that decreasing air pollution can help reduce anaemia in women of reproductive age

Bengaluru
8 Sep 2022

In an exclusive interaction with Research Matters, leading scientists, including three Infosys Prize winners and a jury member, highlighted that a greater thrust on science was the need of the hour. They were sharing their impressions on the sidelines of the inauguration of the new office of the Infosys Science Foundation (ISF) that was inaugurated recently. 

Mumbai
8 Aug 2022

Study of plastic-lined farm ponds in orchard farming and its impact on society

Bengaluru
1 Aug 2022

A new study by researchers at IIT Kanpur offers insights into air pollution in two cities across the Indo-Gangetic plains.

Bengaluru
14 Jul 2022

The Infosys Science Foundation has inaugurated its new office in South Bengaluru.

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