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 Supermoon event is upon us – and it’s causing some stirs already. Don’t worry about what these fear-mongers say, just enjoy the grand spectacle.

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The Supermoon is upon us and it’s happening this weekend. While the view should be great, it will also drown out a meteor shower that also peaks this weekend.

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An immaculately preserved Iceman – Oetzi – now reveals yet another secret. Even his blood was preserved in some patches! The world’s oldest blood in 5300 years old!

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Mutli-drug resistant TB may be the new killer! And this is just the beginning.

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SpaceX Static Fires Its Falcon Rocket; Dragon Sleeps Till 7th May

SpaceX, the private company with a big NASA contract to send capsules to space, static fired its Falcon rocket before the actual launch of the space capsule on the 7th of May. 9 Merlin rockets roared for 2 seconds just perfectly!

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Mathematical concepts like the number line might seem intuitive, but a new study shows that they need to be taught. Mathematics is not as universal a language as its reputation goes, it seems.

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A full blown simulation of the Universe is the most detailed and complex simulation of the cosmos known! It throws up exciting structures!

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What exactly is Earth day and what do we really pledge to our planet? Google’s doodle helps spread some awareness.

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Scientists have created artificial DNA, which is like DNA, but not quite! What more, they have even managed to observe the evolutionary pattern in them – and they turn out to be Darwinian in nature.

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Scientists have just ‘split’ the electron and discovered a new quasiparticle – the orbiton. Can this solve issues in superconductivity?

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The Vikings might have found life on Mars some 30 years ago! And overlooked it! Here we present some evidence.

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Stem Cell therapy can be used to create the much needed T-cells, which are effective against HIV. This might be the AIDS cure!

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Evidence of Majorana particles have been glimpsed in nanowire condensed matter systems. This is big news.

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A group of baboons were instructed in vocabulary and then were asked to identify words. They did remarkably well… Monkeys can now read.

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We are lucky that no tsunami formed after the massive Indonesia quake, but scientists ask why. That’s a logical question to ask. We venture out with the initial answers

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