Newly identified biomarker may help patients with oral cancer avoid surgery, thereby lessening morbidity and cost of treatment.
Organic matter, snail shells, fungal spores and charcoal grains buried deep in the soil provide insights to ecological dynamics of Banni grasslands of western India.
Mimicking the body's natural blood coagulants, scientists fashion artificial peptides with superior clotting properties.
Scientists study feasibility of physical barriers- in this case a cotton sheet supported on four steel rods- in stopping coral decay in Palk Bay.
IndiaBioscience and Division of Biological Science, IISc co-organised a workshop on careers in science. A report from the workshop.
Unfazed by opposition from international community, Indian scientists propose a new use for nano-sized curcumin in reducing toxicity caused by anti-tuberculosis drugs and in preventing reinfection of tuberculosis.
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.