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The Higgs boson, ten years after its discovery

The landmark discovery of the Higgs boson at the Large Hadron Collider exactly ten years ago, and the progress made since then to determine its properties, have allowed physicists to make tremendous steps forward in our understanding of the universe.

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Teachers – Move up from ‘Lecturing’ to ‘Inspiring’

Teachers are also guides and must make sure that they show the way. Good guides are indispensable in life for youngsters to move ahead and make a positive difference.

G. Venkatesh & Fredrik Wikström
Managing Time Zones

It’s an interesting phenomenon how time is managed with very high precision and accuracy around the globe, maintaining all the clocks in sync to avoid any kind of loss.

Meher Wan
Center for Creative Learning : Bringing Back the Gleam in the Eyes

The vision of the National Education Policy 2020 is a massive step in the right direction. We now need to focus on the ways in which its lofty vision and philosophy can be translated into action.

Center for Creative Learning, IIT Gandhinagar
Redesigning Science Education in India - Overcoming the Crisis of Creativity

The focus of today’s science curriculum needs to be on imparting 21st century skills; skill-based and industry-led adoption of innovative learner-centric pedagogies; strategic use of technology and scientific approach to assessment.

A.K. Bakhshi & Vinita Kapoor
Science Awareness Week at AMU

While inaugurating the programme, Prof. Rabbani stressed that science is useful for the betterment of society.

B.P. Singh
Education is Much More Than Creating a Skilled Workforce

In this focused issue of Science Reporter, we have tried to reflect on certain other aspects of education too and expect it to be appreciated by our readers.

Hasan Jawaid Khan
Technical Education in India : Role of the IITs

A look at the history of the origin of the IITs, their evolution and growth and the role the IITs have played in higher engineering and scientific education in India.

Amitabha Ghosh
Increasing heat waves affect up to half a billion people in South Asia

Higher temperature will occur more frequently in India and Pakistan in the future. It may have a direct effect on up to half a billion people.

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IIT Kanpur develops solar energy-based Root Zone Heating system and Vermi-Bed method for plants in high altitude areas

The novel technology will reduce the scarcity of fresh vegetables and mitigate effective organic waste management in high-altitude areas

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