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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For the first time ever, scientists have inferred the presence of an alien world just from the fact that it tugs on another world that has been seen. The ‘Invisible’ planet has been detected!

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The Cresst Experiment has detected extremely strong signals for Dark Matter particles. The number of events is 67! This is the latest breaking news coming in from the Astroparticle and Underground Physics Conference at Munich, Germany.

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NASA has just released never before seen sharp images of the Moon surface. These capture the glory of the Apollo missions. This release comes a mere two days before the GRAIL mission.

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A soil bacteria, widely found all around, may be the ultimate magic bullet to the problem of cancer! This is the Good Samaritan story, only the microbe version! Eureka Alert!

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New material, made of two non-magnetic non-metallic oxides strapped together, show both superconducting and magnetic properties simultaneously! Is the electronics field headed for another revolution?

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NASA invited 150 of its Twitter followers for a Tweetup event for the big Thursday launch of the GRAIL spacecrafts. Get the details here.

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Criminality may be hidden in the shape of the brain – at least that’s what law courts are willing to believe. Neuroscience also points in the same direction, but it is not ready to commit to that just yet!

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For the first time ever, the Von Neumann architecture has been implemented using qubits! This represents a HUGE step towards building a macroscopic quantum computers. The first microscopic quantum computers are here!

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Chinese scientists are thinking out of the box! They hope to be able to capture an asteroid and make it orbit Earth.

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Two supermassive black holes have been found nearby that are eating up matter simultaneously. The smaller will eventually merge with the bigger black hole.

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There was a baby boom noticed in some hospitals on the East Coast during the time Hurricane Irene swept over the place. So is the old rumor that drop in atmospheric pressure causes early labor true? Not really!

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Black Death bacterium was identified as being the same as that of the bubonic plague. It was the bubonic plague, which caused the deadly epidemic in medieval Europe! The DNA was taken out of the bones of the victims.

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The Jupiter Satellite, Juno, has snapped up an awesome photo of the Earth-Moon system. The real quality of this photo is its rarity. And Carl Sagan already told us how to interpret these!

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The first accurate simulation of the Milky Way Galaxy is out. After nine months on supercomputers, the simulation is a masterpiece and answers a lot of questions too! Plus, it’s gorgeous!

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The International Space Station may have to go unmanned for at least a couple of months soon! The crash of the Russian space vehicle is to blame. It will be controlled via remote control

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