Science of the Seas
A chronicle of a different way of engaging with the natural universe, communicated in the language of the fishers.
How many lives will it take before we realise too many people have died because young doctors were working at the limit of their physical and mental capacities?
Researchers can chemically modify drug molecules to make sure that they bind strongly to the places we want them and weakly to the places we don’t.
The trees, forest, birds and animals, streams and mist aren't just background props. They are all as much characters in the film as are Dilip or Vyjayanthimala.
Using solar-powered cold chains in India to store crops can reduce post-harvest food loss, which directly contributes to cutting methane emissions.
Language models are no more sentient than your reflection in the mirror.
Domesticated saffron doesn’t grow in the wild and can only be propagated asexually with human help – but the species is difficult to study genetically.
The idea that abortion causes physical and mental damage to those who choose it has permeated our culture for decades. But evidence shows pregnancy is riskier.