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Nature India’s most read in 2018

Nature India's most read in 2018

Nature India celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2018, making it a time to sit back and review what we have been doing right, and more importantly, not so right. Our swelling readership figures make us happy every passing year, and this year was no exception, with a more than 120 per cent increase in unique readers over 2017.  Read more

Science without borders: The Bhabha legacy

The campus of Tata Institute of Fundamental Research around the time of inauguration of its new buildings in January 1962 in south Bombay (now Mumbai).

As young physicists at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai circa 1981, Alak Ray and Prajval Shastri experienced an exciting era in the life of the institute, set up by visionary scientist Homi Jehangir Bhabha in 1945.  Read more

Nature India Special Issue on ‘Grand Challenges’

Nature India Special Issue on 'Grand Challenges'

As part of Nature India’s 10th anniversary celebrations, we produced a special issue on ‘Grand Challenges’. (Download your free copy here.)  … Read more

Nature India Annual Volume 2017 is out

Nature India Annual Volume 2017 is out

Nature India stepped into its 10th year in 2018. To mark the occasion, we gave a face lift to our annual volume with a new international design, very similar to Nature. A global team of editors and art designers worked across time zones to produce this annual volume.  Read more

Nature India’s top 10 in 2017

A captioned photograph of the litigon Cubanacan, published in The Statesman, Calcutta (now Kolkata) on 12 March 1980.

In 2017, Nature India’s page views increased by 21 percent over 2016. We sat down to analyse what our readers liked reading most, in our effort to continue delivering world class science coverage from India to our global readership.  Read more