The memories of past catastrophes continue to haunt the idea of nuclear power, including any hopes for a renaissance in a world of worsening climate change.
The COVID-19 lockdown deepened many problems and created others when it restricted the mobility and decision-making power of menstruating individuals.
We have little idea of the species that have disappeared because we would never actually contemplate their existence and what that means for us.
A vote in Niigata will be closely watched as a gauge for the readiness of Japanese voters to re-embrace nuclear energy.
The parasite’s complex biology played a role in the delay, but experts say there was also a lack of urgency and funding.
Monkeypox is unlikely to cause another pandemic, but with COVID-19 top of mind, fear of another major outbreak is understandable.
The transplantation of various organs is fairly well-understood – but Narendra Kaushik is poised to enter a scientific, social and ethical quagmire.
Honey bees have been held up for millennia as the prime example of a well-functioning society – a paragon of societal virtues well-worth emulating by humans.
Referrals from PHCs to the next level of care are often agnostic of the circumstances that may make the referral useless. So a few physicians follow a different path.
The Dravidian movement has an ideological stake in resisting the ascendancy of the idea of a ‘Vedic supremacy’ – but that can’t get in the way of facts.