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Mathematics of Life

Finally I came up to the conclusion, “Yes, I am different from what Iam not.” I adore taking online courses, particularly physics and philosophy, because I love giving mathematical explanation…

TOPOLOGICAL DIPOLE FIELD THEORY

Germany– Patrick Linker, an Independent researcher and a student at Technische Universität Darmstadt in Germany is working on a topological dipole field theory.

Engineering Education in France

We have always been concern about the activities happening within this whole world. Our mind is habitually in quest for learning and gaining more and more in adventurous way.

GOD OF SMALL THINGS

KATYAYANI CHOWDHRY | On 3rd June, 2015, CERN (European Organisation For Nuclear Research) restarted its LHC (Large Hadron Collider), after a two-year hiatus of technical upgrades, to run non-stop for…

Nepal one month after the earthquake

BY JOHANNES ZUTT  | the world Bank It has been a month since a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit central Nepal on April 25. What happened next? Having experienced a real threat…

SHAKEN AND STIRRED

KATYAYANI CHOWDHRY | Author/ Freelance Writer  We live in a continuum of terror- unleashed by the forces of nature, as tremors shake and stir our lives unrelentlessly. But there is…

NEPAL BAGS SECOND PRIZE IN NASA AMES SPACE SETTLEMENT CONTEST

Amrita Tuladhar “Bring stone—Bring brick.” We all have heard the tale of Akbar and Birbal where Birbal decides to build a palace in sky for Akbar. Because it was Birbal…

Researchers may have solved origin-of-life conundrum

By Robert F. Service | AAAS The origin of life on Earth is a set of paradoxes. In order for life to have gotten started, there must have been a genetic molecule—something…

Illuminati : Real or myth

By Kiran Adhikari The Illuminati  is a name given to several groups, both real and fictitious. Historically, the name refers to the Bavarian Illuminati, an Enlightenment-era secret society founded on May…

FIREWOOD IN NEPAL

By kiran Adhikari For the poor in Nepal, urban as well as rural, wood is usually the principal source of energy for cooking food and for keeping warm. Data collected…