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Silence of the Wolves: How Human Landscapes Alter Howling Behaviour

Research suggests that in heavily human-altered landscapes, wolves might be adapting by suppressing their howl. While potentially helping conserve wolf populations, this could have adverse impact on their behaviour and habitat.

After Intense Debates About Timelines, Next IPCC Synthesis Report to Arrive in 2029

India and a few other countries, however, had raised concerns about a shorter timeline of four years, which is the least between IPCC assessments so far.

The Dubious Business of Trading Carbon and Its Stakes For India’s People and Forests

Featured photo: Seratobikiba/Wikimedia Commons. CC BY-SA 4.0. Tribal communities in the Araku Valley of Andhra…

Why Less Sleep Cannot Make Workers More Productive

A 70-hour week would translate to five 14-hour days for workers. The effect on sleep habits and, consequently, people’s health would be profound.

Why We Shouldn’t Lose Our Minds Over Sleep

Our quest for the perfect slumber lies in the intricacies of REM sleep, circadian harmony, and the impact of modern technology.

Breast Cancer Can Bring Financial Ruin in India

Lowering the screening age, increasing health awareness and improving access to screening services can improve breast cancer outcomes for poor women.

Are ‘Zombie’ Cancer Cells Why the Disease Sometimes Returns?

Many cancer treatments are designed to kill cancer cells. For the most part, they do a good job initially. But when cancer returns, the prevailing thought is that some cancer cells have eluded the treatment.

A Game-Changing Study Opens New Avenues in Uterine Fibroid Research

Dealing with fibroid pain becomes easier as researchers find new signalling pathways associated with the fibroid cells.

Jet Black Pearl-Like Eggs Found at the Depth of the Pacific Ocean Aren’t What You Think

These “eggs” were actually cocoons of platyhelminthes, commonly known as flatworms.

On Islands Swallowed By Water, There Is Nowhere Else to Go

Poor and lower-caste women shoulder the worst impacts of climate change in the Sundarbans. The area also highlights key lessons on building climate resilience.

Climate Change Is Driving Up Spread of Diseases, but Fewer People Confident in Vaccines

Featured image: Marco Verch/Flickr. CC BY 2.0. As climate change causes more extreme weather events,…

The Moon is a Tough Customer

Many states and private players could have ambitions to reach the Moon. However, this is not an easy task.