A report of an education camp conducted by the Delhi University in association with the Indian National Science Academy and the Association of Microbiologists of India for the students of a government school in rural Himachal Pradesh.
Authors of a recent study published in the journal CBE-Life Sciences Education argue that when evaluating students, it isn't a matter of ‘asking the right questions’; instead, the challenge lies in asking questions the right way.
Replacing the traditional mid-terms with weekly formative assessments helped students learn from their mistakes and improve their final grades.
Highlights from the two-day symposium on higher education-related issues organised by Department of Physics, Bangalore University on 27-28 May 2016.
Satyajit Mayor's team from the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), Bangalore, was selected by the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) to star in a Celldance video that features their work on cell membrane organisation.
Six Science Slam India finalists presented their research to a live audience. The witty questions and lively scientific discussions that followed made for an exciting evening at the Alliance Francaise Bangalore.
The Sky Island Beatbox Project combined birdsong, beatboxing and captivating visuals in a series of performances to turn the spotlight on the increasingly threatened "sky islands" of the Western Ghats and their feathered denizens.