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As if earth wasn’t enough!

Recently, I watched an American TV series Space Force which is a light comedy and can be enjoyed by people of any age.

Mahendra Singh Rawat
The terms ‘Double/Triple Mutants’ used for the different SARS-CoV-2 variants are misleading

A while ago, a new variant that was colloquially although incorrectly dubbed the “double mutant” was reported to be present in concerning frequencies in Maharashtra and other states.

Divya Tej Sowpati
Cellular Biology – A Film in the Making

Of all the beautiful and engaging facets of biology like molecular biology, embryology, microbiology, ecology, etc. cellular biology has been fascinating for me all these years.

Mahendra Singh Rawat
A potential gateway to nature shut upon us!

I can easily recall summer and winter vacations during school days, vacations fully focussed on cricket with countless other kids in the grain fields amidst nature in Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand.

Mahendra Singh Rawat
So, How Does The Coronavirus Vaccine Work?

Vaccine is a word that derives from a Latin word ‘vacca’ meaning cow. Why would such an important tool in times like these have any relation to the cow?

Nikhil Jaisinghani
A simple algorithm implicates the socioeconomic growth of our society

Ever since I came across this simple algorithm, famously known as ‘diffusion limited aggregation’, my fascination for it has grown even more with time. 

Anurag Singh

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