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.

Debjyoti Bardhan has written and can be contacted at debjyoti@techie-buzz.com.

Neutrinos are still travelling faster than light as far as the OPERA experiment is concerned. The results of a rerun give similar answers.

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Creating Real 3D Images In Air By Making Plasma With Lasers!  [With a Video]

Real 3D images created! No, this is not a 2D projection which gives an illusion of 3D – this is the real deal! You use lasers to create plasma! This is just too cool!

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Here’s an all-you-need-to-know guide to the Leonid meteor shower that will peak tonight. This is a bagful of necessary tips and vital information for all those who like to watch the sky!

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Jupiter’s moon Europa might harbor life – the secret’s of the icy world may be just below the frozen surface.

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A new vaccine for cancer has been developed by an Israeli company that also works as a drug. It is the ultimate magic bullet, leaving no damages due to side-effects.

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This is a layman’s guide to understanding what to make of the LHCb result that came out today. Why is the CP violation result so very exciting? Read on for a simplified version of the physics involved.

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The LHC might finally have found some new physics – from the charm quark sector. There is an observation of a significant amount of CP violation in this charm quark sector for the first time ever!

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Google’s Children’s Day Doodle is fabulous, but that’s not the best thing about it. It was drawn by a 7 yr old child artist.

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Simulations show that during the early evolution of the Solar System, there might have been a fifth giant planet that simply got ejected. This was due to the ‘Jumping Jupiter’ scenario.

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The ‘magic’ date 11.11.11 is on us and there are enough people to associate great events with it. Here’s our contention: There will be no shift in consciousness or anything close to whatever that might mean. It’ll be a perfectly normal day.

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The Double Chooz experiment has detected the disappearance of neutrinos and this has led them to measure the mixing angle between the electron and tau type of neutrinos.

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NASA’s Deep Space Network has captured the first image of the large asteroid as it passes Earth. There will be more images to follow up.

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The unnamed elements have finally got names! Copernicus and co. get on the Periodic Table

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Google honours the brave spirit of Madame Marie Curie with a doodle. Madame, we salute you!

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The standard kilogram bar is changing mass. Yes, it might not affect your grocery shopping, but the physics labs are going to be hit by this ‘minute’ change. Here’s looking at a redefinition.

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