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Save Tigers but do not forget Fishing Cats

Tiger is the largest of 41 cat species in the world. Cats are specialized carnivores, primarily depending on other animals as their diet. All cats are mysterious, elegant adorable and unique. Some members of cat family, especially the large cats such as Tiger, Lion, Snow Leopard, Cheetah and Common Leopard are at the top of the list in conservation priority species. Read More +

Climate Change and Desert Locust Outbreak: What’s the Connection?

The earth’s climate has changed from naturally to drastically and all the acknowledgement goes to non-other than us. Except for some halfwit, climate change is not a hoax. The phenomenon is responsible for affecting water resources, food security, human health and many more directly and indirectly. The situation is disastrous as climate change is too responsible for erratic changes in seasons resulting in drought conditions in dry season and increased flooding during monsoons. The recent… Read More +


Today whole world is coping with pandemic COVID-19. The lockdown across the world has completely halted industries, agricultural activities and overall development as if clock has stopped ticking.  Halted industries, flights, transportation and agriculture with the people locked inside their homes have badly affected the local and global economy as well. Read More +


Climate change is any significant long term change in the expected pattern of average weather of a region over a significant period of time. It occurs when change in earth climate system result in new weather patterns that last for at least a few decades and may be million of years. It is one of the most urgent challenges of our time.The link between human rights and climate change are gaining more attention in the… Read More +

Nepal urgently needs to research bats

Bat is one potential reservoir for a host of viruses that cause zoonotic diseases. But it is one area that is very little studied despite its threats to human health in general. Current Covid-19 crisis brings this topic to discussion. Read More +

Conference on ETBT ended with approach to the development of technology

2020-06-05 11:49:08

The School of Science, Sandip University and Biotechnology Society of Nepal (BSN) has organized an international e-conference to show that the spread of education cannot be stopped where educational institutions are facing lockdown due to the outbreak of Coronavirus. Read More +

COVID-19 has forced us to reimagine biodiversity conservation

2020-06-05 07:36:21
Bio Diversity

World Environment Day is celebrated on June 5 every year to raise awareness and to support action to protect and preserve our environment. With the decision of the United Nations General Assembly in 1972, the first World Environment Day… Read More +


WWF Nepal recognizes grassroots conservationists

May 19, 2019

At an event organized in Kathmandu, WWF Nepal recognized the role and contributions of promising individuals and organizations through the Conservation Awards and Memorial Scholarships and Fellowship on the occasion of its 26th anniversary. Read More +


June 16, 2020

Today whole world is coping with pandemic COVID-19. The lockdown across the world has completely halted industries, agricultural activities and overall development as if clock has stopped ticking.  Halted industries, flights, transportation and agriculture with the people locked inside their… Read More +

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  • Drones Mapping Landslides following the Gorkha

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  • The Story of All of Us (A Short Film)

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International e-conference on Emerging Trends in Bioscience and Technology

June 2, 2020

Sandip University, Nashik (SUN), India and Biotechnology Society of Nepal (BSN), Nepal are jointly hosting a three days International e-Conference on Emerging Trends in Bioscience and Technology (ETBT) 2020 during 1-3 Jun 2020. Read More +

Smart Telecom reaches 45 districts with further network expansion

February 17, 2019

Smart Telecom announced a major expansion of its network services in 45 districts across Nepal.Covering the major districts of zone, namely, Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Kavre, Pokhara, Nepalgunj, Birgunj, Biratnagar. Among the 45 districts, Smart has its 4G service available to 19 districts and 2G service in 26 districts. Read More +

The Generation Green Anniversary and App Launched

February 14, 2019

WWF Nepal celebrated the 5th Anniversary of The Generation Green (TGG) campaign at an event that saw the attendance of over 50 participants including Gagan Thapa, House of Representatives; Anil Chitrakar, Dr. Aruna Uprety, Former Miss Nepal Sadichha Shrestha, and Ishani Shrestha. Read More +

First Genetically Engineered Babies Made in China: Lulu and Nana

November 30, 2018

Scientists are hunting science to become first in the historical record. Thus, genome editing using CRISPR/Cas9 is becoming a highlight in the present research. “CRISPR/Cas9 is a molecular scissor for gene surgery”, which mean it helps to add essential genes and remove the harmful genes to treat the devastating genomic… Read More +