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Kalpit Veerwal

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Kalpit Veerwal is a second year Computer Science undergraduate at IIT Bombay. He is well known for being the only person to score 360/360 in JEE (Main). He is registered in the Limca Book of Records for the same. A blogger in his free time, he has also secured top ranks in various exams held in India and the world.
Soyuz TMA 7 spacecraft

Humanoid robot, Skybot F-850 to be the commander of a Soyuz spacecraft

The Russian Soyuz spacecraft will be carrying a humanoid robot as the commander of the capsule when it leaves for the International Space Station. The...
earth inner structure

New study attempts to explain the mystery of inner core of Earth

The movements of the innermost core of planet Earth are still a mystery. Beneath the surface of the planet, there is an extremely hot...
Comet-67P

Astrophotographer finds Comet 67P has its own tiny Churymoon

The Rosetta mission of the European Space Agency spent two years at comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The mission ended in 2016 when the spacecraft collided with...
qubit states

Researchers discover superconductor that could enhance quantum computer development

Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have discovered a superconductor that could very probably be useful for developing quantum computers...
Golden gate bridge smog

Study finds air pollution to be as harmful as smoking cigarettes

Emphysema is a smoker’s disease but according to a study, it turns out that exposure to air pollution may create the same lung conditions...
facet slac

New generation of X-Ray lasers and particle colliders to be produced by Trojan Horse...

Researchers have developed "super microscopes" to study nature on its primary level which can solve atomic and sub-atomic mysteries. They can investigate the smallest...
kilopower nasa

Nuclear reactor for crewed outposts on Mars and Moon could be ready by 2022

A new type of nuclear reactor has been designed to power outposts on Moon and Mars and it could be ready for its first...
Kohnen-Station

Researchers detect radioactive interstellar dust in the Antarctic Ice

In new research, scientists have found evidence of dust from a nearby supernova under several thousand pounds of Antarctic snow. Our solar system not...
Iceberg in the Arctic

Architects propose design for submarine to produce icebergs in Arctic

Although it might sound crazy, architects have proposed the design for a submarine which produces icebergs in an attempt to restore the ice caps...
Scyliorhinus canicula

Researchers identify previously unknown mechanism through which sharks produce eerie glow

Unlike other creature, glowing catsharks that are present in the saline depths have a fluorescence mechanism that could be conferring some serious perks - such...