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When a panel of the brightest minds in science are discussing the depths of the universe, it's typical for the audience to be in awe. However, one audience member during one such panel on cosmology ha...
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Because when atoms are cooled to extreme temperatures, they behave more like waves, less like particles.
(Reuters) - Vera Rubin, a U.S. astronomer who pioneered work on invisible dark matter in the universe and who some colleagues felt was overlooked for a Nobel Prize, has died at 88, her son said on Mon...
Google does a lot of work towards the education of children and in their latest attempt, they have released an Android app which turns your smartphone into a mini-lab. The science journal app lets kid...
For the past 25 years, the Ig Nobel Prize, organised by the magazine, Annals of Improbable Research, has been honouring many seemingly silly scientific achievements.
Whether or not time was present before the Big Bang, it exists in our universe - we have simply invented a way to measure it, which is through seconds, hours and years. So, the question that then arises is who sets the time? This episode of The Intersection takes you to the National Physics Laboratory in New Delhi, to find out just that.