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December 01, 2020

Viruses: The Zombies of the Microscopic Universe

The first case of the Novel coronavirus (nCoV), the virus responsible for COVID 19, was recorded a year ago in...

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November 25, 2020
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The Story of Insulin, Curiosity And Hope

Since the dawn of time, we have searched for ways to make life easier for us. The modern age has...

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November 24, 2020
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Science Without Animal Testing: Possible Or Not?

In the last 100 years, medical science has made great progress in finding cures for many diseases. Many of these...

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November 20, 2020
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There’s more to tasting food than we thought

Did you know that a teeny weeny organ might be peacefully hiding in your throat without your knowledge? Yes, it’s...

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November 12, 2020
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Discovery of water on the moon

  The existence of water on the moon has for years been a million-dollar question. Being the closest celestial body...

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November 10, 2020

A salute to COVID Heroes on World Science Day for Peace and Development 2020

Today, November 10, is celebrated as World Science Day for Peace and Development. Started by the United Nations Educational, Scientific...

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October 31, 2020
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What Would Humans Look Like In A Million Years?

Are modern humans still evolving? What will we look like in a million years? Will our descendants be cyborgs with...

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October 28, 2020
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Raining cats and dogs, yes! But why do fish fall from the sky?

It’s a cold monsoon day in the middle of July. Everywhere you step, puddles of mud and water greet your...

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October 20, 2020
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Understanding the work that won Nobel Prize 2020 in Science

The 2020 edition of the Nobel Prize was declared in the second week of October 2020. As always, it honored remarkable work of research in the field of science over the years, some dating back to 1965 and some as recent as 2012. Here’s a brief explanation of the works of the Nobel laureates of 2020 in the three science fields - Chemistry, Physics and Medicine/Physiology.

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Viruses: The Zombies of the Microscopic Universe

The first case of the Novel coronavirus (nCoV), the virus responsible for COVID 19, was recorded a year ago in...

Continue Reading

The Story of Insulin, Curiosity And Hope

Since the dawn of time, we have searched for ways to make life easier for us. The modern age has...

Continue Reading

Science Without Animal Testing: Possible Or Not?

In the last 100 years, medical science has made great progress in finding cures for many diseases. Many of these...

Continue Reading

There’s more to tasting food than we thought

Did you know that a teeny weeny organ might be peacefully hiding in your throat without your knowledge? Yes, it’s...

Continue Reading

Discovery of water on the moon

  The existence of water on the moon has for years been a million-dollar question. Being the closest celestial body...

Continue Reading

A salute to COVID Heroes on World Science Day for Peace and Development 2020

Today, November 10, is celebrated as World Science Day for Peace and Development. Started by the United Nations Educational, Scientific...

Continue Reading

What Would Humans Look Like In A Million Years?

Are modern humans still evolving? What will we look like in a million years? Will our descendants be cyborgs with...

Continue Reading

Raining cats and dogs, yes! But why do fish fall from the sky?

It’s a cold monsoon day in the middle of July. Everywhere you step, puddles of mud and water greet your...

Continue Reading

Understanding the work that won Nobel Prize 2020 in Science

The 2020 edition of the Nobel Prize was declared in the second week of October 2020. As always, it honored remarkable work of research in the field of science over the years, some dating back to 1965 and some as recent as 2012. Here’s a brief explanation of the works of the Nobel laureates of 2020 in the three science fields - Chemistry, Physics and Medicine/Physiology.

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