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Scientific Thinking Workshop – May 2018

The Scientific Thinking Workshop, organized and conducted by School of Science, was a three-day activity-oriented workshop for children aged between 8 and 14. The workshop aimed at propagating a scientific attitude among brimming young minds. The Scientific Thinking Workshop was held from the 16th of May, 2018 to the 18th of May, 2018 in Coimbatore, […]

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The James Webb Space Telescope

Named after astronomer Edwin Hubble, one of the greatest projects undertaken by NASA was the Hubble Space Telescope. Though not the first of its kind, the space telescope remains to be one of the most successful satellites ever. It has served as an important research tool, capturing impressive pictures of the cosmos. Despite being such […]

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A Brief History of Stephen Hawking

The word “revolutionary” will not do justice in describing the man. Neither will “genius” nor will “impactful”. Stephen Hawking transcended all these – impressively marking himself out to be the most renowned scientist of the times. His presence in today’s world of denial pressed humanity to believe in science.   On the 14th of March, […]

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SciShorts: Scientists Plan to Transport Antimatter out of the Laboratory for the First Time

CERN researchers are taking their study on antiparticles one step further this time. The antiProton Unstable Matter Annihilation (PUMA) project requires them to have antimatter interact with radioactive materials to understand the processes that occur inside a star. Since radioactive particles are generally short-lived, physicists have planned to transport antiparticles to these radioactive particles. This […]

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