The quantity of papers published by Indian scientists has started catching up with that of the developed countries. But this phenomenal growth is yet to translate into development, in terms of the quality of papers published. 147 more words
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What do you say when someone outside your work circle asks what you do?
I’ve tried a few different responses, depending how much time I have to explain details. 609 more words
In our recent paper, just out of the oven, we make a case that latitude and live coral independently determine the species richness of butterflyfish and angelfish communities in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. 796 more words
Hello! We’re in the midst of a series of posts on recent exciting news in the field of human evolution:
- Ancient hominins in the US? 1,218 more words
It was 2014. And the news broke. Fourteen species of dancing frogs were discovered from the western ghat of southern India. The study was led by The University of Delhi’s well-known amphibian biologist, professor Dr. 930 more words