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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.
Earth’s Magnetic Field Reversal Took Three Times Longer Than Thought

Earth’s magnetic field reversal takes much longer time than we thought

Human beings could not record the last time reversal of the magnetic poles of Earth occurred. However now with the help of the flow...
Culture of rat brain cells

Researchers develop technology to control the brain cells with help of smartphone

A group of researchers in the United States and Korea have invented a device which can control neural circuits with the help of a...
Kaka Stewart Island

New species of extinct giant parrot discovered in New Zealand

A new species of an extinct giant parrot was recently discovered in New Zealand, which makes it the largest parrot and the first species...
plate tectonics

Ancient water drops helps in calculating the timeline of plate tectonics of earth

Ancient water drops might have changed the timeline of the Earth’s tectonic plates as researchers have analyzed a series of drops from ancient seawater...
computer board

Scientist solves 30 year old computer puzzle in two pages

A 30-year-old conjecture about the structure of building blocks of computer circuits which puzzled several computer scientists over many years has been solved by...
Pacemaker

Researchers develop implantable device which produces energy with the help of ultrasound

Scientists affiliated with different institutions in the Republic of Korea have created a type of implantable device which produces energy with the help of...
8-cell human embryo

Researchers in pursuit of creation of human-monkey embryos in laboratory

In a controversial move, scientists have created embryos that are partially human and partially monkey. According to Spanish daily El País, Juan Carlos Izpisúa...
impression of pulsar planet

Astronomers discover a new type of strange pulsating star

Astronomers have discovered a type of very small, hot star which brightens and dims very often as the outer layers try to maintain an...
Qubit Mechanical Resonator

Researchers successful in developing quantum light sources for use in optical circuits

A team of researchers led by Alexander Holleitner, Jonathan Finley, physicists at Technical University of Munich (TUM) has succeeded in placing light sources in...
Mini Sun

Researchers recreate mini sun for studying solar winds and plasma burps

The stars in our universe have a magnetic field that interacts with the winds which they produce including our sun. As a result of...