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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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An exclusive and candid conversation with the Indian Mathematician who wants to prove the Riemann Hypothesis Using Quasicrystals. A man of multi-faceted talent, we present Rohit Gupta.

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Van Elburg predicts an effect of 64 ns delay, exactly cancelling the observed advanced arrival of the neutrino beam at Gran Sasso. Has the Faster-Than-Light Neutrino puzzle been solved?

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The Riemann hypothesis is considered the toughest problem in pure mathematics. Now an Indian mathematician wants to use a novel way to solve this puzzle. His idea: Use quasicrystals!

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The Moon has huge quantities of titanium, finds NASA Moon probe. Talk about a rich find!

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A team of British researchers will look at a lake under the Antarctic ice, looking for unknown forms of life and the history of the region. This is literally a very cool mission.

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Australia is showing the way to a cleaner and greener future. It is all set to pass the Clean Energy Bill, which will put a price on the carbon emissions. Way to go, Australia

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Research suggests that the cyclic solar activity might be linked to the extreme weather conditions seen in Europe last winter.

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Samsung has just revolutionized the LED market. Coming in the near future are window screens which can be used for displays. Touchscreen window panes are in line after that! The Future has just arrived!

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The Abominable Snow Man has been found claims the local administration of a Western Siberian

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The Oxford University has come up with an app that will allow you to simulate the collisions happening at the LHC on your Android phone. Yeah. Really!

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The Newest telescopic array – the ALMA – just opened for operation. The first thing it does is give a stunning photo of two colliding galaxies!

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A team from Princeton has created a plastic sheet which floats if electric currents are sent through it. It can also propel forward.

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Mad Scientists and Spoof Nobel Prize: Beetle Mating, Yawning Turtles And End-Of-World Claim Get Ig Nobel, 2011

When having fun is a serious job, nothing beats the Ig Nobel! A spoof on the Nobel Prizes, these always elicit great laughs. This year is no exception.

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CERN celebrates its 57th birthday today. Wishing the premier research institute a very happy birthday. The past days have been glorious, the future will be magnificent. Thank you, CERN, and best wishes.

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