SCIENCE

The Dilemma of Bringing Up Children in Homes that Normalise Alcohol

Across families where parents and elders are accustomed to drinking and consumption of...

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Betelgeuse Behaving Strange, Astronomers Speculate Explosion

This article explores the gradual dimming of Orion's giant red star, called the...

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China’s failed gene-edited baby experiment proves we’re not ready for human embryo modification

By Dimitri Perrin, Senior Lecturer, Queensland University of Technology and Gaetan...

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Nobel Prize in Physics: James Peebles, master of the universe, shares award

James Geach, Professor of Astrophysics and Royal Society University Research Fellow,...

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On Chandrayaan 2 and the Rumours, Comments and Politicisation of the Scientific Mission

Over the last couple of weeks so much has already been written and said about the...

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ISRO manages to locate the Chandrayaan-2 lander a day after losing contact with the craft

According to the latest updates, ISRO has located the Vikram lander that had gone out of...

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Do We Really Need to Walk for Science?

I am aware of the fact that on August 9th in many parts of India, the ‘March for...

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Aliens: could light and noise from Earth attract attention from outer space?

Jacco van Loon, Astrophysicist and Director of Keele Observatory, Keele...

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Sky Enthusiasts Gear Up to Witness a Partial Lunar Eclipse Tonight

When the Sun’s rays fall on the Earth, its shadow falls on to a patch of space. When...

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Scientists Demand Revival of State Interest in Science Education

NEWS / EDUCATION Denied permission to participate in Global March for Science, Indian...

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