What started as a pastime has become a flagship program in J&K state's Department of Education. Meet the man behind the movement, Manzoor Javaid.
Sixteen researchers, eight days, four stories, two instructors; the Shoot for Science workshop aimed to enable scientists to tell the story of their science to a wide audience using photography.
On international women's day, IndiaBioscience chatted with Gagandeep Kang about her experiences as a women researcher.
inStem researcher Minhaj Sirajuddin joins the EMBO Young Investigator network.
Second article in our series of interviews with undergraduate teachers across India
This workshop offered UG teachers practical tips on how to incorporate principles of research in classroom teaching.
A group of scientists—past and present members of Evolutionary and Organismal Biology Unit of JNCASR—get vocal about a conceptual debate in evolutionary biology.
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.
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.
In an interesting and entertaining talk today at YIM 2017, Aravind Rengan, an assistant professor at IIT Hyderabad, talked about his research. Below are excerpts from an subsequent interview with IndiaBioscience.
Deepa Subramanyam, Praveen Vemula, Smita Jain, Sudha Rajamani and Sumit Biswas- the organisers of YIM 2017 share their YIM story