A recent study says climate change is killing off Earth’s little creatures, a fact that has chilling implications for global biodiversity.
From Hornbill Watch to Amphibians of India and Roadkills India, citizens are creating a conservation constituency rooted in sound science.
Although largely unknown, India has a national calendar that was devised to solve discrepancies of the Gregorian Calendar. And, according to that, we're in 1940.
According to a study, India & China account for the biggest chunk of the increase in global green cover between 2000 and 2017.
A NASA study says contrary to the popular notion, India and China account for one-third of the worlds greening efforts
On his 210th birth anniversary, ThePrint profiles Charlies Darwin, one of the world's greatest scientists and the man behind the theory of evolution.
In the 18th and 19th centuries, the world got five trailblazers in the field of science — including an astronomer, a palaeontologist and a geneticist.
Nalini Anantharaman speaks about the Infosys Science Prize she recently won, being born to an Indian immigrant in France, and wanting to be a pianist.
Showing that a bee can combine simple arithmetic and symbolic learning has opened up other areas of research, such whether other animals can add and subtract.
The World Health Organisation says snakebites kill 47,000 people a year in India, which is home to over 270 species of which 60 are venomous.