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Nobel Prize In Science 2020 : Medicine, Chemistry & Physics

Nobel Prize was introduced by Alfred Nobel in 1901 to those contributions which conferred the greatest benefit to humankind. There are five areas for this prize. These areas are Physiology or medicine, Chemistry, Physics, Literature and Peace. In 1968, there was the introduction of the Nobel Memorial Prize for the

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When Researchers Turned A Cat Into A Phone

Cat turned into the telephone- well, we live in a strange world indeed. And here is the story behind this invention. (Keep your cats away while reading this blog)   Who? When? And Why? Professor Ernest Glen Weaver and his research assistant Charles William Bray. They both conducted this experiment at Princeton University in the

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Cooling Of Nano-particles At Quantum Level

A nano-particle, as the name itself suggests is a particle that has its diameter in the range 1 to 100 nm. The distinguishing property of nano-particles is that unlike microparticles, fine particles, and coarse particles, they are smaller in diameter, which inculcates very different physical and chemical properties in them.

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Ritu Raman: The Force Behind The BioBot Revolution

“Technical innovation can drive positive social change, and this inspires me to help democratize and diversify STEM innovation and education around the world”, says Ritu Raman, the force behind the BioBot revolution. With a passion for bio-hybrid designing and architecture, she aims to develop robots which are extremely dynamic in nature.

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The Most Comprehensive Map Of Moon’s Geology

The U.S. Geological Survey released the most comprehensive Moon Map called the Unified Geologic Map of the Moon, on April 20. This huge paintball brings a massive revolution to map the roads of our beloved neighborhood satellite. These splashes of colors determine the discrete rock or sediment formation, including craters, basins,

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The Future Of The Traditional Periodic Table

THE TRADITIONAL PERIODIC TABLE Post 150 years of the existence of the Periodic Table, it has more stories hidden behind its structured rows and columns, than the numbers of elements altogether. We are approaching the future of the traditional periodic table. Having a look at the traditional version might take you

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Signs That Einstein’s Theory Of Gravity Was Right.

Earlier to Einstein, space was looked like a drab and unchanging piece of study. As Isaac Newton stated it two eras before. Newton streamed its peculiar stride, ignorant to the chronometers that restrained it. Nonetheless, Einstein saw space and time as a single lively stage. Space-Time upon which substratum and

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History Of Deep Learning

Learning is simple, isn't it? It was not at all easy to learn but all of us were taught and slowly we started learning to upgrade ourselves. Likewise, we teach a machine by configuring features and algorithms. The idea behind deep learning is to build learning algorithms that mimic brains. What

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