Bioscience is the branch of the sciences concerned with living organisms, from microorganisms to towering trees and gigantic whales. Bioscientists study things like the nature of living organisms, their behavior, their evolutionary history, and their potential uses. Depending on the subset of bioscience a researcher is involved with, he or she may spend a lot of time at the laboratory bench probing into things like the chemical composition of living organisms, or time in the field studying wild animals in situ. Research is actually an act of studying something carefully and extensively in order to attain deep knowledge in the same. For being successful, research should be systematic, arranged, summarized and recorded properly. Conservation is the scientific study of the nature and of Earth's biodiversity with the aim of protecting species, their habitats, and ecosystems from excessive rates of extinction and the erosion of biotic interactions. The main focus of this book is to portray the researches going on in the field of Bioscience in different domains.