Like many stars, the source of the Sun’s light is the nuclear fusion reaction that occurs in its core. Hydrogen nuclei react with other Hydrogen nuclei to generate Helium—in process, releasing enormous radiation in form […]
The discovery of new exoplanets has rapidly grown in past two decades. While there are three major ways of detecting these exoplanets in distant galaxies, two of these methods are indirect in approach. These two […]
Telescopes are tools to extend the human vision. The requirement of telescopes stems from two major limitations of the human eye. First, the aperture of the human eye is too small to register enough light […]
In this blog post, I share (at length) my experience of writing a conference paper in collaboration with two other (way more confident) authors amidst an extremely busy schedule while dealing with lack of time.
This is not my first attempt at blogging. I started using blogspot.com (now blogger.com) around 2006 (I guess) to write weird poems, and analyze songs I liked. It died abruptly, due to some external pressure (long […]
Another interesting article that I came across, this time through ‘The Idealist,’ that I find worth sharing and blogging about. Here are 10 simple things that you can implement in your life, with possible scientific […]
One of the most engaging topics of discussion can be talking about your school. While most people remember the good times and playful days, some remember miserable lectures and horrendous memories they’d prefer to forget. […]
Fellow grad students, worried about your hectic schedules? Having time management issues? I may not have a direct advise, but this blog post will take you to the daily routines of history’s most creative minds. […]