inStem researcher Minhaj Sirajuddin joins the EMBO Young Investigator network.
A PhD dad on the challenges of juggling research, finances and childcare; and the critical role played by social and institutional support in sustaining the balance.
The largest meeting of neuroscientists in India took place in NBRC, Manesar from 19-21 October 2016.
iBiology invites entries from Indian PhD students and postdocs for the Young Scientist Series. This is an exciting opportunity to showcase Indian science on an international forum.
A primer on the jigsaw teaching method and how it can be implemented in undergraduate classrooms.
What makes teaching meaningful? 12 participants, most of whom were practicing undergraduate teachers from four colleges, considered this question at a recently held meeting, from two perspectives: were the students engaged? Did they learn?
Perspective on combining teaching and research in Indian academic institutions: the need of the hour
Behind the now-popular story of cockroach milk are ten years' of efforts by researchers to decode the structure of heterogeneous protein micro-crystals taken from the roaches' guts—a technologically difficult exercise that has never been done before.
Biomaterials research in India has many potential clinical applications, with success stories like a low-cost artificial heart valve developed in 1990. Translating theory into practise, however, still remains a challenge.
Interview of Shubha Tole from TIFR, Mumbai, on the social and subconscious biases in society against female scientists and some approaches to tackling these challenges.
Chaitanya Athale turns the spotlight on plagiarism in scientific writing and emphasises the need for teaching modules at all levels that train researchers in good practices and discuss ideas of originality.
The 2nd edition of YIM-UK was not just a forum to discuss science careers, but also a platform for scientific exchange, collaboration and dialogue on scientific policies.
The Foldscope—literally a folding microscope—has changed the way we view the world around us. The Department of Biotechnology (DBT) and the Prakash Labs, Stanford University organised a series of workshops in an initiative to bring the Foldscope to India.