Theoretical Chemistry: A Monster to Befriend

On February 20, 2021 by anon

Theoretical chemistry aims to provide explanations for chemical observations and possibly pose prospective research questions for future experimental research. In today’s research scenario, the diverse interests involved within theoretical chemistry have become more observable. A few exciting research areas where theoretical chemistry plays a significant role are drug-discovery, protein-folding, astro-chemistry, […]

Population Ecology I

On December 2, 2020 by anon

A major component of modern ecology is the study of different species in terms of their interactions, growth, and evolution. Population ecology is a vast and fascinating field that helps us quantify some of the changes that occur in an ecosystem. It enables us to observe patterns in the interaction […]

Sweating With An Artificial Skin

On October 3, 2020 by anon

Human body’s natural cooling mechanism, also known as sweating, is a messy phenomenon. It leaves you stinking with sweat rings and therefore is not the most desirable experience. It is comical to imagine a world where humans would have also been panting like other animals in order to regulate body […]

Current Diagnosis of Mental Disorders and its Limitations

On September 11, 2020 by anon

“A mental disorder is a syndrome characterized by clinically significant disturbance in an individual’s cognition, emotion regulation, or behavior that reflects a dysfunction in the psychological, biological, or developmental processes underlying mental functioning.”1 Well, the above is the classic definition of mental illness according to the American Psychiatric Association following […]

The Journey of DNA Sequencing

On August 23, 2020 by anon

Every life form has DNA which is woven together by base, sugar and phosphate groups. Determining the order or sequence of the four bases (adenine, guanine, cytosine, and thymine) is termed DNA Sequencing. The earliest known method of DNA sequencing, also called plus-minus sequencing, was developed by Sanger and Coulson. […]

Nicolas Bourbaki – An Author Who Never Existed

On August 15, 2020 by anon

History and Emergence When a student takes up Mathematics as a career for research, he (she) surely comes across this name Nicolas Bourbaki very soon. Mathematics is built on some basic laws which include definition of Sets, Numbers, their addition and much more. These laws are called Axioms (Peano Axioms […]

Killing microbes with Bubbles

On August 11, 2020 by anon

If you look into Google search statistics for the search ‘wash hands with soap’, you will find that the term saw a tremendous growth in popularity in the month of March.[1] This trend is quite easily explained as this was around the time when people started to understand the importance […]

LOCKDOWN: Time to Unlock Our Inner Resilience

On April 15, 2020 by anon

The world health organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 as a global pandemic on the 11th of March, 2020. Most of us are experiencing a pandemic for the first time in our lives. It came as an unplanned event in our ‘normal’ routine and marked the next couple of weeks as either […]

Standing In Two Shadows

On April 12, 2020 by anon

All of these women were significant contributors to advances that brought fame and recognition to their male colleagues, recognition that bypassed them in their time. The stories of those advances however do contain within them the stories of these overlooked women, even if one has to look to find them. […]