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LIVE telecast of Chandrayaan-3 Soft-landing

India's pursuit of space exploration reaches a remarkable milestone with the impending Chandrayaan-3 Mission, poised to achieve a soft landing on the lunar surface.

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Bringing Field Botany Alive

Learning biology in field settings is a real-time experience which helps in the development of creativity, environmental awareness and a sense of accountability towards nature among students.

SD Purohit and Rakhi Mehta
Biocomposites to Ensure Environmental Sustainability

Biocomposites have gained significant attention in recent years due to their potential for sustainability and eco-friendliness. However, there are several challenges that need to be addressed for the wider adoption of Biocomposites. 

Deo Prakash Chaturvedi
Why are venomous snails so fascinating to scientists?

Cone snail venom contains diverse bioactive compounds, offering potential medical applications and contributing to our understanding of molecular biology and pharmacology

Moumita Mazumdar
Foucault's Pendulum The Device That Lets You See The Earth Turn

Foucault's Pendulum experiment was the first satisfactory demonstration of Earth's rotation using laboratory apparatus rather than requiring any method of astronomical observation.

Nikunja Bihari Sahu
Mary Anning The Greatest Fossilist the World Ever Knew

The author discuss the journey of a pioneering lady whose remarkable discoveries contributed significantly towards formulating our scientific understanding about prehistoric life and the history of the Earth

Subodh Mahanti
Test Your Knowledge: Common Scientific Instruments

Test Your Knowledge: Common Scientific Instruments

Babita Saha
The Sole Soul

I don’t know if I can survive like this. Food is scarce and hydration is limited to filtered urine.

Aryan Menon
I see the world through other ‘eyes’ Review of ‘An Immense World’ by Ed Yong

An Immense World by Ed Yong — a ‘magic-suffused’ 13-chaptered, 450-pager — may appeal a little more to the scientifically-inclined, considering that Yong is essentially a Pulitzer-Prize-winning science writer.

G Venkatesh

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