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.
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The latest data from the BaBar experiment at Stanford Linear Accelerator has turned up data which contradicts the Standard Model and predicts an anomalous rate of decay for certain types of mesons. Is this the first real sign of Physics Beyond Standard Model?

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China jumps into the space race with an important launch of a spacecraft that will dock with the Chinese Space Station module soon. The manned mission also comprises the first Chinese female astronaut.

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A 10-year old became the world’s first recipient of a major vein replacement using Stem Cells. Her own stem cells were used to graft a 9-cm long vein into her liver, saving her a liver transplant. The stem cell revolution continues to deliver…

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The Nobel Committee has reduced the Nobel Prize money by 20% to safeguard its future prospects. Academia gets hit by the world market tumbledown!

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The makers of the ultra-tough Gorilla Glass have now made the ultra-flexible Willow Glass – a glass sheet that can be rolled up like tough paper! What does this herald for the smartphone industry of the future?

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One of the greatest ever scientist, Nobel Winner Richard Feynman was suspected to be a Soviet spy. Newly declassified FBI documents reveal how he was tagged! Lack of anything concrete against Feynman didn’t prevent the FBI from continuing their ‘investigation’ till 1958 and even after.

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Venus will make a transit across the disc of the Sun on either 5th or 6th June, depending on where you are! It will be a spectacular event! Here’s the ultimate guide about the event – how you can watch it and what to watch out for!

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One of the experiments at LHC- the LHCb – may have just detected signals of physics beyond the Standard Model. Are we seeing the emergence of New Physics?

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The May 20th Annular Solar Eclipse will be spectacular! Too bad it will miss most of the Earth. NASA’s interactive eclipse map helps you track the eclipse

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The Historic SpaceX launch did not happen as scheduled. The launch has been further delayed and the cause of the snag is not known.

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SpaceX is all set to make its big jump into space! The first launch by the company is scheduled for 19th May, 2012.

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Chinese researchers have just teleported qubits in the form of photons through 97 km! Is the quantum information age here?

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An extreme case of dwarfism lies written in bone as the remains of the world’s smallest mammoth is found on the island of Crete!

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The future of computer science lies in the realms of biological sciences. A humble primitive bacteria may shape the glittering modern future.

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The unmanned SpaceX launch has been delayed again! Just SpaceX’s way to making sure that nothing goes wrong.

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