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This week, we bring research-based stories on: Chronicling the rivers of Karnataka and its degradation, two new species of agamid lizards from the Western Ghats, controlling mosquito populations using filarial parasites, a cheap and easy to use arsenic filter, and turning clay into a gel to study the flow of matter. In our News section, read about some interesting research from Indian institutes. Read research-related stories that appeared in other media in our Research Beat section. We also bring you some notable events and talks that might be of interest to you. 
 
Issue 80 | 27 September 2018
 
Do you have a new publication or have come across one that is interesting from any institution in India that requires to be communicated, please let us know. If there is any popular science event/talk, which requires wider outreach please share it with us. We also welcome your feedback / suggestions / criticisms. You may write to us at editor@researchmedia.center
Contents
  1. Research-based Stories
  2. News
  3. Regional
  4. Research Beat
  5. Events and Talks
  6. SciQ
Research Based Stories
News
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How many lives have the bullets wiped out? Study finds out
 
The fishing skills of the praying mantis

 
Aged garlic can protect your liver, show scientists
 
Making the impossible possible with the sequencing of the wheat genome
Regional
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Research Beat
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Events & Talks
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SciQ
Road ecology—the way ahead to think about our highways
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