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Lab's labours lost

Trump opting out of the Paris Agreement underlines the importance of the March for Science, says Koustabh Panda

Donald Trump's decision early this month to pull out from the Paris Climate Agreement once again shows what little respect he has for science, its evidences and its conclusions. And this political undermining of science is not limited to the US. | Read»


Liver in a dish

This microscopic image shows the structure of a  developing artificial human liver organoid that was created by an international group of scientists with human stem cells (hPSCs). Green sections of the image show forming liver tissues and red... | Read»


So you can't bite into my Apple

#TechTonic / Surit Doss

Recent disastrous hacks have made hardware and software companies sit up and even Apple, which is proud of its product's 'unhackability', has started to introduce various measures to ensure maximum security in all its devices. In the past few... | Read»


Hitting the pause button

Women have a limited reproductive life span. It starts when they "mature" or attain menarche (between 10-16 years). It ends at menopause, again a variable age, which occurs when there has been no menstrual bleeding for 12 months. | Read»