Our brains are lazy and want to minimise cognitive load – meaning we repeat what we find pleasurable rather than consider many different and new options, which may be …
A grammatical problem which has defeated Sanskrit scholars since the 5th century BC has finally been solved by Rishi Rajpopat, an Indian PhD student at the University of Cambridge.
With his third book in a planned quartet, Siddhartha Mukherjee once again demonstrates that he is a storyteller with the mind of a scientist and the heart of a …
Gender-based social roles, lack of economic agency, caste structures and restricted access to healthcare shape women’s experiences of polluted air.
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?
In the spare rooms of colleges and homes, using very small living organisms, students are piecing together functional laboratories with day-to-day household items.
A 1967 study by Nobel-winner Syukuro Manabe changed climate science forever
The anthology is a hat-doff to Satyajit Ray and has films directed by Srijit Mukherji, Abhishek Chaubey, and Vasan Bala.
Assam needs a robust language policy before it can host a functional Assamese-medium medical college.