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Research Bytes Podcast

By Research Matters

Recent & latest research based news stories & highlights in science, engineering, technology & humanities from India.

  1. 1.
    Nobel Prize 2020 — Episode 3: Laureates in Physics and their work12/14/2020
    14:04
  2. 2.
    Nobel Prize 2020 — Episode 2: Laureates in Medicine and Physiology and their work12/11/2020
    6:20
  3. 3.
    Nobel Prize 2020 — Episode 1: Laureates in Chemistry and their work12/10/2020
    6:26
  4. 4.
    Weekly roundup Episode 16703/24/2020
    7:13
  5. 5.
    Weekly Round up Episode 16603/16/2020
    5:46
  6. 6.
    Weekly Roundup - Episode 16502/24/2020
    5:18
  7. 7.
    A wonder material called Graphene - Episode 16402/21/2020
    9:44
  8. 8.
    Weekly Roundup Episode 16302/18/2020
    6:47
  1. 9.
    Joy of Science with Prof. Anuradha Bhat, Episode16202/07/2020
    39:24
  2. 10.
    Weekly Roundup Episode 16102/03/2020
    5:55
  3. 11.
    Weekly Roundup Episode 16001/28/2020
    10:30
  4. 12.
    Special Episode with Prof. Siddhartha Mishra, Prof. Srinivasa Varadhan, Epi 15901/17/2020
    36:02
  5. 13.
    Research Matters Weekly Roundup - Episode 15801/14/2020
    9:35
  6. 14.
    Prof. Anand Pandian & Prof. Kaushik Basu - Infosys Prize - Episode 15701/10/2020
    39:51
  7. 15.
    Editorial Picks 2019 - Episode 15612/31/2019
    22:33
  8. 16.
    Top 10 of 2019 - Episode 15512/31/2019
    13:41
  9. 17.
    Research Matters Weekly Roundup - Episode 15412/22/2019
    14:04
  10. 18.
    Joy of Science featuring Prof. PK Joshi, Episode 15312/20/2019
    22:54
  11. 19.
    Research Matters Weekly Roundup - Episode 15212/15/2019
    10:07
  12. 20.
    Research Matters Weekly Roundup - Episode 15112/08/2019
    10:07
  13. 21.
    Joy of Science featuring Prof. Anindita Bhadra, Episode 15012/06/2019
    35:31
  14. 22.
    Research Matters Weekly Roundup - Episode 14912/01/2019
    10:40
  15. 23.
    Research Matters Weekly Roundup - Episode 14811/24/2019
    9:48
  16. 24.
    Joy of Science featuring Prof. Sumana Annagiri Episode 14711/22/2019
    23:39
  17. 25.
    Research Matters Weekly Roundup - Episode 14611/16/2019
    7:57
  18. 26.
    150 years of Periodic Table11/14/2019
    7:40
  19. 27.
    Research Matters Podcast: Episode 14411/10/2019
    10:00
  20. 28.
    Joy of Science: featuring Dr NG Prasad, IISER Mohali11/08/2019
    18:34
  21. 29.
    Research Bytes Weekly Roundup Episode 14211/04/2019
    9:41
  22. 30.
    Nobel Prize Winners 201910/22/2019
    10:18
  23. 31.
    Heat Wave10/18/2019
    11:11
  24. 32.
    Research Bytes : A Gallium-Nitride Transistor, The Mysteries of Machine Learning and More06/30/2019
    18:15
  25. 33.
    World Environment Day Special On Beating Air Pollution06/05/2019
    25:51
  26. 34.
    Research Bytes: 3 New Snake Species,2 New Diatoms Species & A Love-story for Fig Wasps and Fig Trees06/03/2019
    21:06
  27. 35.
    Research Bytes: Neutron Stars, Blackholes, Dark Matter and more05/19/2019
    21:30
  28. 36.
    Research Bytes: Orb-weaving Jumping Spiders, Stressed Tigers, Elusive Snow Leopards and more05/12/2019
    20:22
  29. 37.
    Research Bytes: Less painful injections, fighting Cancer, India's water woes and more05/03/2019
    19:39
  30. 38.
    Research Bytes - The first photograph of a black hole, India's fight against malnutrition and more04/21/2019
    15:20
  31. 39.
    Research Bytes: Good bacteria, Asia's tobacco epidemic, drivers to organ donors and more04/12/2019
    16:47
  32. 40.
    Wiping Off Fossil Fuels Could Save 3.6 Million Lives03/26/2019
    4:16
  33. 41.
    Can proper urban planning lead to sustainable #development? A case study of Nagpur, India03/25/2019
    4:00
  34. 42.
    About Half A Lakh Measles-Related Deaths Averted In India Thanks To Vaccination Programs03/16/2019
    4:40
  35. 43.
    The Loss Of A Tiny Bit Of RNA In Rice Goes A Long Way03/15/2019
    4:46
  36. 44.
    Demistifying Cancer, One Gene At A Time03/12/2019
    3:59
  37. 45.
    Today's Rice Cultivation Methods Are Negatively Impacting The Planet's Climate03/11/2019
    4:04
  38. 46.
    Towards Hazard - Free Wearable Health Monitors03/07/2019
    4:00
  39. 47.
    National Science Day Special On Science And Society02/28/2019
    7:49
  40. 48.
    Low - Cost Lenses To Turn Smartphones Into Microscopes02/25/2019
    4:43
  41. 49.
    Harrowing Future In Store For The Hindu Kush Himalayas02/22/2019
    6:28
  42. 50.
    A New Porter For Cancer Drugs02/21/2019
    5:12
  43. 51.
    Welcome AJIT, A ‘Made In India’ Microprocessor02/19/2019
    5:14
  44. 52.
    Measuring Our Galaxy’s Height To Understand Cosmic Rays02/18/2019
    4:04
  45. 53.
    Vermicompost Betters The Yield Of Ashwagandha, Shows Study02/15/2019
    3:29
  46. 54.
    Playing ‘Rock - Paper - Scissors’ With Bacteria02/13/2019
    3:54
  47. 55.
    What’s In Your Waste? Study From IIT Dhanbad Finds Out02/12/2019
    4:51
  48. 56.
    How Do Aerosols Affect Cloud Formation And In Turn The Indian Monsoon?02/11/2019
    4:53
  49. 57.
    Fungus To The Rescue! Silver Nanoparticles Made With Fungus To Fight Against Bacteria02/07/2019
    4:11
  50. 58.
    Study Finds More Evidence Of The Recovering Antarctic Ozone Hole02/06/2019
    4:09
  51. 59.
    Into A New Jungle: How Do Forests Regenerate?02/05/2019
    4:52
  52. 60.
    Fighting Bad Bacteria In The Gut Using Protein Microbeads02/04/2019
    4:36
  53. 61.
    Are Grasslands A Biodiversity Hotspots Or 'Wastelands'?02/01/2019
    3:54
  54. 62.
    Are All Viruses Villains? Researchers Develop Nanoparticles From Viruses To Deliver Drugs01/30/2019
    3:18
  55. 63.
    Study Finds Evidence Of An Ancient Tsunami In The Coastlines Of The Kachchh01/29/2019
    3:24
  56. 64.
    Girls, Not Brides: Study Explores What Drives Early Marriages Among Girls In India And Ethiopia01/28/2019
    4:09
  57. 65.
    Groundwater In The Upper Gangetic Basin Loaded With Toxic Elements, Finds Study01/25/2019
    3:02
  58. 66.
    Drowning In Microplastics: India's iconic Vembanad Lake01/24/2019
    4:00
  59. 67.
    Is Renewable Energy The Silver Bullet To India’s Electricity Woes?01/23/2019
    4:02
  60. 68.
    Obeying ‘His Master’s Voice’—How Do Stray Dogs Understand Us And Respond?01/21/2019
    4:25
  61. 69.
    The Tale Of A Lizard’s Stripes And Colourful Tail01/18/2019
    4:54
  62. 70.
    A New Species Of Cricket Frog Discovered In Pune After A Century01/16/2019
    3:00
  63. 71.
    Genetic study reveals a rare hog deer subspecies from Northeast India01/14/2019
    3:57
  64. 72.
    IISc study finds malarial parasites in wild Indian monkeys01/10/2019
    3:39
  65. 73.
    Finding the odd cell out01/09/2019
    3:22
  66. 74.
    A checklist to kick out drug-resistant microbes01/08/2019
    3:31
  67. 75.
    The Yin And Yang Of Ecology And Evolution01/07/2019
    4:27
  68. 76.
    Changing climate threatens pika populations in the Himalayas, finds study from IISc12/27/2018
    4:12
  69. 77.
    A Race Against Time To Save The Great Indian Bustards12/24/2018
    4:51
  70. 78.
    Kerosene May Be Fuelling Tuberculosis In Indian Kitchens, Finds Study12/21/2018
    3:18
  71. 79.
    Does the smell of earth tempt you to eat it? Well, many primates do it!12/19/2018
    3:56
  72. 80.
    It’s raining geckos in Northeast India!12/18/2018
    3:35
  73. 81.
    New high-altitude tiger population spotted in Northeast India12/17/2018
    4:19
  74. 82.
    All may not be well with India’s ageing population12/13/2018
    3:37
  75. 83.
    Pangolin hunting in Assam: Causes, consequences and solutions12/11/2018
    4:34
  76. 84.
    The Ties That Bind..or Unravel: Why Interpersonal Relationships Differ Between Societies12/07/2018
    4:51
  77. 85.
    From Mice to Man: The Carcinogenic Role Of Untranslated RNAs12/06/2018
    3:08
  78. 86.
    Researchers discover 4 new species of Horned Frogs in Northeast India12/05/2018
    3:07
  79. 87.
    May the force be with you: It’s not love, but the tension in your cells that governs life12/04/2018
    3:37
  80. 88.
    First - Ever Hominoid Ape Fossils Discovered In Peninsular India12/03/2018
    3:26
  81. 89.
    The Stinging Tales Of The Cone Snail11/30/2018
    4:07
  82. 90.
    Study reports a decline in typhoid cases in India11/27/2018
    3:33
  83. 91.
    Fluorescent nanoparticles to shed light on bacterial growth11/26/2018
    3:04
  84. 92.
    Dominance Sans Aggression: How the queen Ropalidia marginata wasp controls her colony11/20/2018
    3:08
  85. 93.
    Cutting into Titanium and its Alloys11/19/2018
    4:01
  86. 94.
    Mental maladies and the role of our immune system11/15/2018
    3:31
  87. 95.
    Vitamin D deficiency could lead to coronary artery diseases in diabetic patients, finds study11/07/2018
    3:28
  88. 96.
    Community based studies may hold the key to tackling dengue infections11/06/2018
    4:37
  89. 97.
    Artificial Forests Vs Natural Grasslands: Lessons from past mistakes11/04/2018
    4:06
  90. 98.
    Is India’s open defecation problem more of a behavioural conundrum?11/02/2018
    3:50
  91. 99.
    Croak croak, who’s there? Bullfrogs in the Andamans10/31/2018
    3:31
  92. 100.
    Study predicts a new mountain range in Central India in a few million years10/29/2018
    3:56
  93. 101.
    Making it Easier to Measure the Proteins that Our Body Absorbs from the Food We Eat10/26/2018
    3:17
  94. 102.
    How are Indian researchers tackling cancer?10/25/2018
    4:21
  95. 103.
    Towards Passenger Safety: A Nanotech-Based Sensor To Aid Crash Detection10/23/2018
    3:57
  96. 104.
    More the merrier: Diversity in earthworms could be better for the soil, shows study10/18/2018
    4:22
  97. 105.
    Why Do Some Flies Disperse More Than Others10/17/2018
    4:16
  98. 106.
    A New Classification System Of The World’s Tropical Forests10/16/2018
    3:30
  99. 107.
    The Adventurous Journey Of The Stars In The Centre Of Our Galaxy10/15/2018
    4:37
  100. 108.
    Understanding the Evolution of Underground Geysers10/12/2018
    3:47
  101. 109.
    Old wine in a new bottle: Improving antibiotics with nanotechnology to kill drug-resistant bacteria10/11/2018
    5:16
  102. 110.
    Graphene for Faster and Compact Electronics10/10/2018
    4:10
  103. 111.
    A step closer towards understanding turbulence in polymer solutions10/09/2018
    3:53
  104. 112.
    Conservation on the edge10/08/2018
    4:50
  105. 113.
    Using the Crowd to Improve Location Accuracy10/05/2018
    4:30
  106. 114.
    What connects crop choices and the chase for water in the Arkavathy river basin10/03/2018
    4:30
  107. 115.
    The secret lives of urban lizards10/01/2018
    4:30
  108. 116.
    Perfecting your vacations: Understanding and conquering jet lag09/26/2018
    3:57
  109. 117.
    Taxonomic revision of Agamid lizards reveals two new species in the Western Ghats09/26/2018
    3:41
  110. 118.
    Reaping profits from microalgal biorefineries09/17/2018
    3:49
  111. 119.
    The revealing tales of the ancient Tamil Nadu vessels09/06/2018
    3:38
  112. 120.
    Study deciphers the role of carbon-dioxide in attracting prey in pitcher plants09/03/2018
    3:47
  113. 121.
    The fatal fungal attacks savaging the frogs of the Western Ghats08/29/2018
    4:04
  114. 122.
    The topsy-turvy case of Hemidactylus triedrus, the termite hill geckos08/27/2018
    3:57
  115. 123.
    Atomic Hydrogen to Help Make Graphene08/21/2018
    3:34
  116. 124.
    Crafted in the crowd: Cell density influences the shape and growth of stem cells, shows study08/17/2018
    4:05
  117. 125.
    Learning the benefits of joint families from the lives of free-ranging dogs08/08/2018
    3:22
  118. 126.
    Study details the struggle of the specially-abled in seeking livelihood opportunities06/13/2018
    3:48
  119. 127.
    The Indian Dravidian language family is 4500 years old—What does that mean and how do we know?04/23/2018
    4:48
  120. 128.
    Oneer -- CSIR’s answer to the problem of safe drinking water03/14/2018
    3:59
  121. 129.
    Catch of the Kachchh02/22/2018
    3:45
  122. 130.
    High performance Graphene from Peanuts02/21/2018
    3:34
  123. 131.
    Appreciating symmetry: How the ordinary becomes special in your brain02/19/2018
    3:34
  124. 132.
    Fuel Cell Electricity from Landfill Waste01/29/2018
    3:23
  125. 133.
    The rise of antimicrobial-resistant Staphylococci in the dairy industry01/22/2018
    3:28
  126. 134.
    Moving nanoparticles using light and magnetic fields01/19/2018
    3:07
  127. 135.
    Changing climates and evolving lizards01/18/2018
    3:38
  128. 136.
    Understanding metastasis in cancer to fight it better01/17/2018
    2:50
  129. 137.
    Union of transistors: A novel upgrade combines two transistors into one.01/16/2018
    2:52
  130. 138.
    You sing, I dance, and we mate!01/15/2018
    3:25
  131. 139.
    Breasts and beaks reveal gender in a Himalayan songbird01/11/2018
    3:20
  132. 140.
    Are we wasting heat?01/10/2018
    3:33
  133. 141.
    How to protect our national animal?01/09/2018
    2:47
  134. 142.
    Dealing with cracks in India's solar dreams01/08/2018
    3:22
  135. 143.
    Zika surveillance in India: The key to management and control01/03/2018
    3:12
  136. 144.
    Measuring the thickness of ice12/22/2017
    3:14
  137. 145.
    A made-in-India transistor that can make India’s IoT technology a reality10/25/2017
    3:39
  138. 146.
    Satellite images show green cover of Bangalore reducing alarmingly fast09/19/2017
    3:25
  139. 147.
    Soil health improves with organic farming in long and short terms, shows study09/04/2017
    3:24
  140. 148.
    New underground dwelling frog species discovered in the Western Ghats, India08/29/2017
    2:55
  141. 149.
    Captive big cats show stress in different ways08/21/2017
    3:07
  142. 150.
    The ERNET Project: Genesis of Internet in India07/05/2017
    3:08
  143. 151.
    Colour..colour..which colour do you choose?!05/24/2017
    3:19
  144. 152.
    A cancer therapeutic molecule from India05/15/2017
    3:13
  145. 153.
    Milking the potential of Genetic Engineering05/05/2017
    2:59
  146. 154.
    Why do plants eat insects?04/26/2017
    3:08
  147. 155.
    Want A Blockbuster Movie Release? Time It Right, Says Study04/21/2017
    4:19
  148. 156.
    Vitamin C hits hard when bacteria is under stress, finds study03/30/2017
    3:07
  149. 157.
    Bangalore scientists discover a rare gene causing Anencephaly, a brain disorder03/28/2017
    2:43
  150. 158.
    World Tuberculosis Day | A sneak peek into this killer disease and the culprit behind it!03/24/2017
    3:34
  151. 159.
    International Day Of Forests - 21st March03/21/2017
    3:37
  152. 160.
    World Oral Health Day - 20th March03/20/2017
    3:25
  153. 161.
    How sociodemographic factors can influence your commuting behavior03/17/2017
    2:51
  154. 162.
    How knowing what to search for can improve searching times03/16/2017
    2:08
  155. 163.
    What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger!03/10/2017
    3:42
  156. 164.
    Star and star clusters heat up their environment even million years after their birth!03/09/2017
    2:32
  157. 165.
    NETRA - An internet surveillance tool developed in India03/07/2017
    4:06
  158. 166.
    Seeking innovative ways to do the same task improves motor skills03/07/2017
    2:56
  159. 167.
    National Science Day Special - Role of Science in our Lives02/28/2017
    3:24
  160. 168.
    Gaia, the stellar surveyor!02/23/2017
    2:52
  161. 169.
    Artificial Intelligence To Judge Your Bharatnatyam Performances02/15/2017
    2:29
  162. 170.
    How Ground Level Ozone Is Leading To Crop Losses02/14/2017
    1:58

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