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Public Impact & Opportunities

Why Do Humans Feed So Many Animals?

Published on The New York Times

Stray animals a menace in the capital

Published on Citizen Matters

Why black kites
attack humans

Published on The Hindu

Wind beneath their wings

Published on The Indian Hindu

The Last Flight

Published on Sanctuary Asia

PAWS-Web Trailer: An Overview on People, Animal & Waste Systems in a Tropical Megacity

Black-eared Kites (Milvus migrans lineatus) that migrate from the Central Asia to the Ghazipur landfill [II]

Black-eared Kites (Milvus migrans lineatus) that migrate from the Central Asia to the Ghazipur landfill [I]

Several centuries old, site of ritual feeding to Black Kite in Delhi (Idgah)

Experimental ritual feeding at a highly Urban sampling unit - Sagarpur, Delhi [II]

Experimental ritual feeding at a Landfill - Okhla, South Delhi

Experimental ritual feeding at a highly Urban sampling unit - Delhi University, North Campus

Experimental ritual feeding at a highly Urban sampling unit - Sagarpur, Delhi [I]

Experimental ritual feeding at a highly Urban sampling unit - Inderlok, Delhi

Experimental ritual feeding at a Rural sampling unit - National Zoological Park, Zoo

Experimental ritual feeding at a Rural sampling unit - Yamuna Bank, Delhi

Experimental ritual feeding at a Rural sampling unit - Rohini, Delhi

Experimental ritual feeding at a semi-urban sampling unit - Jahaz Mahal, Delhi

Capturing Black Kites using Ritual Feeding practise

IndOx Webinar - Conundrums of sharing living spaces with animals that respond to urban waste

Chicken Journal Club Webinar - Can we chicken out from responsible management of poultry?

Chicken Journal Club - Crash Course Series: Introduction to Social-ecological Impacts

Volunteering, Internships, Research & Ph.D Positions

 

The PAWS-Web Initiative brings together the expertise of scholars from multi-disciplinary backgrounds to study People, Animal and Waste Systems Webs across space and time. 

 

Student involvement is an essential part of any research lab. Hence, we welcome applicants to email us or visit our HQ in Delhi to discuss available opportunities.
If you are considering joining our team, this website is a great place to begin exploring topics that may be of interest to you. On-going research projects focus on today's most exciting and important ecological, microbiological, pathological, anthropological, economical, sociological, and political challenges around the waste in tropical cities. You may also jump down the research rabbit hole by combing through our publications ,as well as the articles written about/by us. Your interest may lie in field work, in lab work, in writing, or maybe all three, but as long as you’re a motivated individual willing to work in a team and contribute to project goals - we’d be happy to have you!

In addition to hands-on learning, you would have the opportunity to not only work collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary environment, but also to develop leadership skills, and in many cases, to meet with researchers and other stakeholders across the country and around the world.

 

If you think you can contribute to the research we do, please do get in touch with us.

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