Putting the fizz and pizzazz into physics
Science and humour: a punny thing happened on the way to the lab.
Nine women scientists who are doing phenomenal work
These nine women scientists have aimed for the moon, dissected the brain and shattered gl...
Ape and essence of scientific theory
A number of schools in the US teach the doctrine of ‘Creationism’ — the belief in the Biblical origin of...
Can the general theory of relativity make time the circle of history?
It might be prudent to resist such excitement, in the interest of moving forward as a nation.
Google Doodle honours German physicist Max Born
New Delhi, Dec 11 (IANS) The Google Doodle on Monday celebrated the 135th birth anniversary of German physicist and mathematician Max Born who was awarded the Nobel Prize for his contribution to the field of quantum mechanics.
India should not miss golden chance to change growth orbit
We need to raise a new dollar flow to keep on consuming oil, gold and electronics.
Will be too late if work doesn't begin on incorporating AI into armed forces' system: General Rawat
Addressing the Army Technology Seminar at Manekshaw Centre here, he said, it will be "too late" if we don't start work on AI and big data.
German physics Nobel laureate Peter Gruenberg dead at 78
Gruenberg received the 2007 Nobel prize for physics for giant magnetoresistance (GMR) which led to a breakthrough in the development of gigabyte hard disks.
Stephen Hawking couldn't prove black holes are mortal - and his Nobel Prize remained elusive
However, his theory is firmly accepted in theoretical physics.
Soon, devices that convert heat into electricity
Previously researchers from Ohio State University in the US pioneered the use of a quantum mechanical effect to convert heat into electricity.
Use vernacular languages in science communication: PM Narendra Modi to scientists
Bose discovered what is known as bosons and worked with Albert Einstein to define one of the two basic classes of subatomic particles.
'Big Bounce' behind birth of universe?
The universe is currently expanding and it is believed to have burst into existence from a point of infinitely dense and hot material, an event dubbed as the Big Bang.
What I read this week: Why capital flows favour equities; Soros’ success secret
Most of us have not seen any major volatility in other asset class like debt or currencies.
Gravitational waves: It’s like a new world opening up for us, says Indian scientist Varun Bhalerao
Varun’s part in the entire discovery has been to look after the optical waves associated with gravitational waves in an emission.
Method to control 'hot' electrons comes a step closer
London, Oct 3 (IANS) In a promising step towards being able to manipulate and control the behaviour of high energy, or 'hot', electrons, scientists have, for the first time, identified a method of visualising the quantum behaviour of electrons on a surface.
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