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August 4, 2021
The Wire Science
The Western Ghats in India, famed for being a biodiversity hotspot, contain some of the world's most magnificent sky islands, breathtaking in their beauty and unique in their biogeography.
Debra Ronca, Mark Mancini
July 7, 2021
We know that humans are largely responsible for fueling global warming with our carbon emissions. So what if we could seize all that carbon and squirrel it away in a safe place? Well, we can. It's just hard and really expensive.
June 30, 2021
Team of international scientists, including researchers from India, confirm detecting collisions between black holes and neutron stars by analysing gravitational waves created in January 2020.
By ANIRUDDHA GHOSAL
June 18, 2021
NEW DELHI (AP) -- Starting Monday, every Indian adult can get a COVID-19 vaccine dose for free that was purchased by the federal government. The policy reversal, announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week, ends a complex system of buying vaccines that worsened inequities in administering the shots.
May 25, 2021
The collaborations are part of IBM's global Quantum Educators programme, which allows colleges access to some of its premium quantum systems, which aren't included in its open sourced systems
January 16, 2021
Males modulate their reproductive investment based on perceived competition
January 15, 2021
While some say safety parameters are good, others have asked for efficacy data
Maria Fernanda Ziegler
November 24, 2020
Young Brazilians are increasingly interested in biodiversity, conservation of the Amazon and science as they begin high school, but school students in the North region are more interested in learning about these subjects, and about local fauna and flora, than their peers in the Southeast.
June 8, 2020
The Wire Science
An interview with Jyotsna Dhawan about the impact the current pandemic will have on the public view of science and scientists.
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