We share breaking science news and articles on variety of topics from the leading universities and research institutions around the globe. It is your ultimate guide to Biological Web Resources ranging from DNA to Plants & Animals and everything in-between. This site was originally developed for the researchers involved in biological studies but we want to make the science more enjoyable to even a common man too. Stay tuned for the exciting science news articles to be updated here on a regular basis.
With about 400 different breeds, the domestic dog can be considered as one of the most diverse land animals. Explore how many chromosomes do dogs have.
Mitochondria are known as the powerhouse of the cell. Do Prokaryotes Have Mitochondria? But if prokaryotic cells don’t have them, how do they manage to obtain energy and survive? Find answers here.
Did you know that there is no single “North Pole”? How could this be? Explore the different types of North pole present & how they differ from each other.
Lobsters are known to be able to live for a long time. But do lobsters die (ever)? We will explore the answer here and tell you how it’s even possible.
Chromosomes are structures known to contain the genetic material in living organisms. But what is the Chromosome Theory of Inheritance? Learn it all here.
Living organisms are made of biomolecules namely carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. In this article, explore the building blocks of lipids, structure, functions, and examples of lipids in detail.
Being in the top of the food chain, what do tigers eat in the wild? Explore the different tiger diet by their species from Siberian Tiger to Bengal Tiger.
While it is known that humans have developed brains, here 11 animals with the best sensors (seeing, smelling, hearing, tasting and feeling) and the corresponding anatomical structures that allow them to have so.
Beetles are a group of insects under the order Coleoptera, the largest order of Class Insecta. In this article, learn about what do beetles eat in detail.
One of the major biological macromolecules is called Carbohydrates. Explore the building blocks of carbohydrates, its types, properties & functions here.