Today there are a plethora of websites which cater to online education. Continue reading “DigiTal garAge: dO yOU Have ONE ?”
One of the best documentaries for science aficionados, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey is much more than an enriching take on our Universe. Narrated by one the best-known scientist of our times, Neil deGrasse Tyson, it delves into many science topics apart from our Cosmos. I loved the Newton episode. Plan to watch it again. It’s hard to write a review of Cosmos, looking at the breath of topics this documentary covers. Its simply priceless…
The report on remittance by the world bank is an eye-opener. Refer to the twitter feed wherein I had shared the report. India leads in remittance around the world is certainly not surprising but the 7% remittance fees are worth writing about here. It’s a pleasant surprise that reducing the remittance fees is part of sustainable development goals. Continue reading “Remittance and Black Hole”
Recently I visited Vishwakarma Institute of Technology(VIT), Pune, my alma mater for the first Conclave event organised at the institute. VIT is a leading private engineering institute in India and ranks among the top five in private engineering institutes. Continue reading “Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Student Formula Racecar and Crowdfunding”
Going ahead with my article on elementary particles, a fact about matter particles i.e. quarks. Individual quarks cannot be observed while only bounded states of quarks and anti quarks known as mesons are observed. Quarks have asymptotic freedom i.e. force between quarks is weak over shorter distances while stronger over longer distances. This is a small correction to my earlier article wherein it could be implied that individual quarks had been observed.