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New Species Of Glowing Mushrooms Found In Meghalaya

The wide-ranging forests of Assam are home to the vast diversity of fungi where a new variety of fungi species named Roridomyces phyllostachydis was discovered by the researchers of India and China. This species got its name from “Phyllostachys”, a bamboo under which this fungus is seen. A group of scientists

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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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