Author: Debjyoti Bardhan Google Profile for Debjyoti Bardhan
Is a science geek, currently pursuing some sort of a degree (called a PhD) in Physics at TIFR, Mumbai. An enthusiastic but useless amateur photographer, his most favourite activity is simply lazing around. He is interested in all things interesting and scientific.

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The world’s first two-dimensional glass pane has been achieved! And it is a result of an accident. Sometimes accidents do wonders for discoveries.

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A new planet has been discovered which is as close to Earth as exoplanets get. This one is even better than Kepler 22b.

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Researchers have created brain tissue using skin cells, via the stem cells. This could be a pioneering experiment, on the verge of a definite revolution.

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It seems that a little – very little – amount of alcohol is actually beneficial to the life-expectancy of a worm. People are high and hopeful about a similar result for humans!

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A dark matter galaxy, as far away as 10 billion light years, has been found, thanks to some diligent searching for an object expected in simulations. What more, this new object fits into the expected scheme of things!

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Wolfram Research has come up with another brilliant new addition to its already impressive creations. The Wolfram Education Portal is a goldmine for teachers and students alike. We guide you through this awesome new addition. Hold on for the ride!

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A cancer patient has just received a transplant of an artificial windpipe which was laden with stem cells, in one of the first such operations of its kind. An amazing story of the defeat of cancer in this instance.

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Researchers have recreated the vital evolutionary step from unicellularity to multicellularity. They have even recreated programmed cell death! This is a remarkable piece of news!

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The failed Russian Mars Moon Lander, Phobos-Grunt, has crashed into the Pacific Ocean. According to initial reports, there is nothing to worry about.

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The Mars Moon probe, Phobos-Grunt, stuck in orbit since October, right after launch, will come down and crash into the ocean tomorrow, Sunday the 15th of January. And there are widespread concerns about the crash from several corners.

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The size of a byte just went down from half a billion atoms to just 100 atoms! Scientists fabricate the smallest unit of digital information storage yet!

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This is Mars as you’ve never seen before. Over the last 5 years, HiRISE has been mapping every square inch of the surface of Mars in super High-Resolution of 25 cm per pixel! And it has captured over 20,000 images.

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Taking data from the Kepler Space Telescope, scientists have provided a count of the probable number of exoplanets in the Milky Way. And the number is a staggering 160 Billion! Life…?

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The Chandra, Spitzer and Very Large Telescope have jointly observed a large galaxy cluster that dates back to the very early universe. This is a gem of a find – and the image is simply priceless!

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Stephen Hawking was too unwell to attend his own birthday celebrations. Are these his final days?

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