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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Dr. Rita Levi-Montalcini, a Nobel Laureate, may be the person who knows what can keep us alive longer. Case in point: She is 103 years old! And fit.

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The CMS and Tevatron data, expected to show the existence of any extra dimensions, haven’t been able to show anything… This is bad news for the extra dimensional theories beyond the Standard Model.

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Fireball Spotted Over New Zealand; Reason Unknown

A fireball has been seen over New Zealand. But where did it come from?

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Google has quietly rolled out a barrage of super cool features that is designed to just blow you away, change your life for ever and make you wiser!

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The OPERA experiment, which claimed to have found neutrinos travelling faster than the speed of light, has resigned now that the results have been proven wrong. Science can be cruel…

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A spectacular image, built from over thousand images, taken over an entire decade, shows a billion or so stars! It’s majestic. It’s unmissable!

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Scientists have found huge quantities of carbon in a very faraway galaxy. The problem is that it wasn’t expected to be there.

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The Tennessee General Assembly has passed the dreaded “Monkey Bill”, making it legal to choose Creationism over Evolution. Science education is at grave risk…

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The New York City State Education Board has banned many words, including ‘evolution’ and ‘dinosaurs’ in a subtle sign of denial. Denial of science, once more…

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MIT researchers have been able to pinpoint the exact sites where memory is stored – individual neurons. Not only that, they have been able to manufacture and manipulate memories!!

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A group of American scientists have been able to use neutrinos to send and receive information, albeit at a very slow rate. So how is neutrinos for communication?

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High-Def Video Captures A Comet As It Plunges Into The Sun

Comet SWAN recently plunged into the Sun, ending its life! NASA’s SOHO satellite captured a brilliant HD video of the final moments.

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Scientists Unleash “Designer Electrons”; Synthesize Graphene Atom-By Atom

Stanford University scientists have come up with properties with which they can control electronic properties at will! They can create graphene electrons or even simulate the effect of electric fields on real electrons without applying any field!!

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A repeat of the OPERA experiment, done by the Icarus group, finds that neutrinos indeed travel at exactly the same speed as light, not faster. The physics community, while waiting for more results, was expecting this.

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The Woolly Mammoth is making a comeback promise scientists. They plan to resurrect the giant using an Indian elephant as the surrogate mother. Gear yourself for a return to the prehistoric times.

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