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  • solids are not solids

    Posted April 23, 2011 by abhinav sharma

    everything which we see around us talking about solids is not solid . i can explain how . we know that size of nucleus is very small in comparison to size of atom . if in a football ground we keep a football in the centre than the nucleus is football and  whole of the grond is atom . also there...

  • time machine

    Posted April 23, 2011 by abhinav sharma

    the concept behind time machine is to reach at a point greater than the speed of light before light approaches it . if a person departs from earth at a speed of light or near to it and travels across  universe for example 2 years  then when he will return back to earth then 100 years or mo...

  • अब हर घर में रावण बैठा, इतने राम कहाँ से लाऊं

    Posted April 18, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    Isn't amazing how all corrupts have united against Anna's campaign? Congress, BJP, Samajwadi, NCP and many more, perhaps, all political parties are trying their best to derail the lokpal bill. Politicians are making statements every "now and then" against civil society members and trying to make an ...

  • India-Pakistan semi-final...a life time experience

    Posted March 31, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    The world cup semi final India versus Pakistan at Mohali, was perhaps, the most awaited match of this world cup. I was feeling the same excitement as I felt during India-Pakistan clash of 2003 world cup. I was waiting for the match since the day India beat Australia in quarter final. And, I decided ...

  • Biggest dead lock of higher Education is UG education

    Posted March 28, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    Today, I read an article “Science and Conscience” by Shobhit Mahajan from book “Beyond Degrees...Finding Success in Higher Education”. I would like to share some of the points in the article.   The base of higher education is undergraduate education. Higher education i...

  • The first scientist in world

    Posted March 26, 2011 by Dr. Bhupender Singh

    Who was the first Scientist in the world? or Who was first scientist in human civilization? or Whom you will designate first scientist of the world?   What could be the answer for this question? In human civilization there were three prominent discoveries (in ancient time) which affected gre...

  • Why is February 28th celebrated as NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY?

    Posted February 28, 2011 by Pranawa Deshmukh

    "In the month of April 1923, Professor Raman's distinguished student, K.R.Ramanathan, initiated some experiments on the scattering of light by water. The experiment was done using sunlight, and the scattered light was seen as a track in the transverse direction, and using a system of filters, the sc...

  • What we should expect from top institutions of the country

    Posted February 23, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    Yesterday I watched an Interview of Prof.  R. Nagarajan, Dept. of Chemical Engg., IIT Madras, Chennai on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bskcrfm5tUo).   Prof. Nagarajan said that Top companies are run by IITians. Roughly every IITian have put back 10 Rs. back into the society ...

  • Science as a career choice

    Posted February 17, 2011 by Dr. Bhupender Singh

    The people land with the different areas of work during their life depending upon many personal traits, qualities, interests and available opportunities/or ability to create opportunity. Success and failure comes in everyone’s career but it is ultimately happiness that comes with working in an...

  • Need guidance on further studies

    Posted January 29, 2011 by Rahul Soni

    Dear FriendsI am babbling with some queries and request you to help me find desired solutions. My research interest is on implementation of Mathematics in Mineral Engineering as you have already seen. I have planned to pursue my PhD in "Improving Process Efficiency by Simulation techniques with Disc...