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'First discovery of many potentially habitable planets': Researchers discover vapour in exoplanet's atmosphere

The search also detected signs of water vapour in the atmosphere and Earth-like temperatures that could potentially support life

Published on 12th September 2019
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What research projects are Indians working on that the world is in awe of? Visit this travelling expo to find out

We explore the travelling Science exhibition Vigyan Samagam to explore what it has to offer and how it will help students  

Published on 21st August 2019
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Mahabharata's a great literary piece, but not scientific: Why India will March for Science on August 9

The scientists, students and the scientific community at large will march to stop the propagation of unscientific ideas and develop scientific temper

Published on 30th July 2019
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Sri Venkateswara Vedic University to offer new postgrad courses with Vedic herbal science, Vedic Maths and more

The new courses will be offered with Vedic herbal science, Vedic Mathematics, Vedic Astronomy, Vedic Ecology and Vedic Physiology

Published on 4th July 2019
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This guru has been to IIT and IIM but wants to connect with his students spiritually

Acharya Prashant left behind a lucrative career after graduating from IIT and IIM to shine the light of knowledge on others

Published on 3rd July 2019
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Padma Shri handed over to Dr Subhash Kak in US, says 'India is going through a renaissance'

Kak, originally from Srinagar, completed his BE from Regional Engineering College, Srinagar (Presently National Institute of Technology, Srinagar) and PhD from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

Published on 4th June 2019
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How M R Seetharam has created a legacy for MSRIT in the realm of education

MSRIT Vice-Chairman, M R Seetharam speaks about the history of MSRIT and the impartial way in which they select their teaching staff - to maintain high standards
 

Published on 22nd May 2019
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Abhay Ashtekar, renowned Indian American theoretical physicist wins prestigious Einstein Prize

After receiving his Ph.D. in 1974 from the University of Chicago, Ashtekar went on to hold influential positions in France, Canada and India.

Published on 15th October 2018
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Collins, Nehru Planetarium join hands for innovation in astronomy 

Collins Learning is a publishing house in the K12 education segment in India and the Nehru Planetarium is a treasure trove of innovation, science, and astronomy education

Published on 29th August 2018
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How Sachin Bahmba has been helping Indian kids fall in love with Astronomy and outer space for two decades

Sachin Bahmba, the founder of Space Foundation elaborates on the need to incorporate Astronomy in the Indian curriculum and how the organisation has been promoting a scientific temperament

Published on 24th July 2018
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Believe in alien life? Here's how artificial intelligence can help track the existence of extraterrestrial life

Given the results so far, this method may prove to be extremely useful for categorising different types of exoplanets using results from ground-based and near-Earth observatories

Published on 4th April 2018
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Stephen Hawking is the cosmos' brightest star, says Indian student turned Astrophysicist

Indian astrophysicist Somak Raychaudhary remembers the late Dr Hawking as a brain in a bottle, an embodiment of the human spirit 

Published on 14th March 2018
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Why this Tiruvannamalai couple's Tiny Cooking videos can make you feel incredibly full

Micro cooking Sakarrai Pongal in a village setting? What's that all about, you wonder? Check out this awesome YouTube channel

Published on 6th February 2018
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This Nobel Laurate tells us why climate change will triumph over Donald Trump

On Nobel Laureate Dr Brain Schmidt’s maiden visit to Chennai, Seema Rajpal catches up with him to talk about all things Trump and climate change 

Published on 22nd June 2017
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He had to switch countries. What this 18-year-old did next will stun you: He wrote NASA a thesis on how to connect Earth and the Moon with an elevator

Shuttling between his mother in Hyderabad and his grandparents in Chennai, Sai Kiran P stunned the scientists with his detailed life-in-spaceproposal that won him the NASA Ames contest

Published on 8th April 2017

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