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Indian Literature Festival - LITOMANIA

A flashback of Mumbai's Literary Festival Read more

Indian Literature Festival - LITOMANIA

First Source of Water

Scientists still try to identify the first source of the most important element of our survival : Water. Read more

First Source of Water

Understanding the Mechanism of Life

Like any simple process, our life is a process. Read more

Understanding the Mechanism of Life

Underwater Mysteries

Little headway has been made in discovering the mysterious underwater world of our planet. Read more

Underwater Mysteries

Are We Prepared For The Future

Is the world around us not our concern? Read more

Are We Prepared For The Future

Life in Outer Space

Scientists have found living tissue exists in outer space. Is it too early to face this reality? Read more

Life in Outer Space

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Were Humans Responsible for Neanderthal Extinction?

The phrase – ‘Survival of the Fittest’ as coined by Herbert Spencer probably fits well to this article. Human evolution has seen the transition of various scientific disciplines. The quest for dominance by humans may have led them to vanquish their weaker kinds. Here is an article published in Science Illustrated by Anthony Fordham which gives us some insights about what may have happened to the Neanderthals and in the conflict of Neanderthals vs homosapiens, how the latter became the dominant species. Continue reading “Were Humans Responsible for Neanderthal Extinction?” »

Tracing the Real Source of Ultraluminous X-rays

Discovered first in the Einstein’s laboratory, the detection of ultraluminous X-rays have greatly progressed over the years by observatories like XMM-Newton and Chandra. The nature of ultraluminous X-ray astronomical sources has long been unclear. The latest observations of these rare systems provide some crucial clues, but still leave theorists scratching their heads. Continue reading “Tracing the Real Source of Ultraluminous X-rays” »

The Malaria Project - A Valiant Attempt to Cure Malaria Permanently

Malaria is one of the oldest disease known to mankind with its origins dating back to some 50,000 to 100,000 years. The African nations, who are struggling from the deadly Ebola virus even today also have one of the worst mortality rates when it comes to Malaria disease. Malaria vaccines over the years have also undergone changes as the virus tends to become immune to the older vaccine after a few years. There was a courageous attempt made by the US government way back during the Second World War to eradicate malaria permanently by finding a cure. Let us look at this very interesting operation which has been revealed recently in a book called The Malaria Project by Karen Masterson. Continue reading “The Malaria Project – A Valiant Attempt to Cure Malaria Permanently” »

Blue LED - A Rare Practical Invention Makes it to the Nobel

The Blue LED inventors may not have fathomed that their invention would earn them the highly coveted Nobel Prize. On October 7th 2014, Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura, the inventors of the Blue LED were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. The potential of this revolutionary LED technology is immense and it could do a world of good to the growing demand of energy consumption all over the world.  Let us see why the Blue LED is worth the Nobel. Continue reading “Blue LED – A Rare Practical Invention Makes it to the Nobel” »

Cosmic Rays Could be the Main Source of Water on Moon

There is a strong evidence that water exists on the moon, even if not in its liquid form. In the future NASA even has plans to carry out mining operations on the moon. So where does the water come from? Recent studies indicate that the cosmic rays from the Sun could be one of the main reasons why there is water on the moon. Let us find out more about this new discovery. Continue reading “Cosmic Rays Could be the Main Source of Water on Moon” »

Nowhere to Hide - The Future of Surveillance Systems

Technology has advanced to an extent that we have the world at the tip of our fingers. But what we do forget is that as we are watching the world, someone somewhere in the world could be watching our activities which we do online as well as offline. Scary isn’t it? Surveillance cameras or what we commonly call as CCTV’s are the in thing when it comes to security at malls, home surveillance systems, offices and even on the roads. There are even crime fighting surveillance planes that have been introduced sparking a huge privacy controversy. An article published in the October Issue of New Scientist sheds light on this. Continue reading “Nowhere to Hide – The Future of Surveillance Systems” »

Think Why Not? LITOMANIA - A Literary Festival

This weekend we were at the Literary Festival held at Welingkar Institute, Matunga. Litomania – the litfest was conceived by Think Why Not, the marketing firm that propelled the already masterful work of Indian literature – The Shiva Trilogy – to reach astronomical heights. The festival was set for two days – the 11th and 12th, forming the second weekend of October. It took off slowly but by the end of it all, it managed to stay true to its goal of bringing Indian writers and readers together and building an engaging interaction, starting from the late morning hours right up to the early hours of the night. Continue reading “Think Why Not? LITOMANIA – A Literary Festival” »

Space Detectives - The Future of Satellite Imaging

One of the leading technological feats which humans have achieved is in the field of satellite imagery. With a vast array of uses in the fields of meteorology, oceanography, fishing, agriculture, geology and many more fields, satellite imagery has now penetrated in day to day life as well with the help of Google’s satellite imaging. A wonderful piece of satellite image software like Google Earth has given a whole new perspective when it comes to navigation. Continue reading “Space Detectives – The Future of Satellite Imaging” »

Cerebellum - The 'Little Brain' that Makes the Difference

What separates humans from other animals? One of the significant differences which makes us special is our brain. Many different parts of the human brain perform different functions. For example, sensorimotor coordination is one major cerebellum function. Motor control in terms of humans is the use of movement related functions and cognitive controlling language and attention functions. Thus clearly, cerebellum rightfully earns itself the name little brain. Continue reading “Cerebellum – The ‘Little Brain’ that Makes the Difference” »

Scottish Independence and Its Green Ambition

Will Scotland get independence in the future? Well, it nearly won its independence on 18th September when the Scottish independence referendum took place in Scotland. The entire world watched this historic referendum with bated breath which in the end fell in favor of the ‘No’ side with 55.3% voting against independence. Scotland’s independence history goes back a long time back to the middle ages when it used to have its own national identity. Movie watchers can associate this fact with movies like Braveheart. But what’s in it for Scotland when it comes to its energy source? Will it be able to survive on its own if it manages to gain independence in the coming years? Let us find out. Continue reading “Scottish Independence and Its Green Ambition” »

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