Understanding creativity with Feynman, Tonegawa and Taika Waititi!

There has been a long discussion on what fuels creativity or what is the hidden secret behind a creative mind. If one were to google it, one would find a long list of reasons ranging from childhood surroundings, passion and many more similar attributes. But, one thing that would be common behind all these articles online or newspaper articles is the word — Curiosity. Most of the people attribute curiosity to be the basic recipe for a highly creative mind, and they aren’t wrong. History has given us enough examples to prove this simple fact, from the discovery of the…


Let’s take a look at the phenomena of the quantum entanglement, crucial for teleporting data!

“They used to say that if Man was meant to fly, he’d have wings. But he did fly. He discovered he had to.” Captain Kirk.

Poster made by Sanghamitra Anand

For years, we have watched numerous sci-fi movies use teleportation for transport. Whether it was Mr Spock saving Captain Kirk or Nightcrawler saving the X-Men, we always wished we could experience it firsthand. The idea of disappearing from one place and appearing in another seems fascinating when compared to our daily lives. How many times have we wondered if we could teleport ourselves from our rooms to the classrooms and from there to some distant…


Unfolding the mysteries of the world of MCU with Dr Spyridon Michalakis

Disclaimer — The following article may contain spoilers and explanations of some very befuddling questions of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and much more!

The greatest treasure of human interactions are perhaps conversations that forever change your thought paradigm. We were lucky enough to have a taste of that connection with a quantum physicist none other than the Marvel scientific advisor himself, Dr Spyridon (Spiros) Michalakis. Physicist and researcher at Caltech, Spiros is best known in the academic world for his contributions to the ‘quantum hall effect’ problem. However, Spiros is also a part of the charismatic universe of Marvel. …


Meteor threats, Starlink launch, moon shrinking and much more…

“The month of May is a pleasant time; its face is beautiful; the blackbird sings his full song, the living wood is his holding, the cuckoos are singing and ever singing; there is a welcome before the brightness of the summer.” — Lady Gregory

“May: the lilacs are in bloom. Forget yourself.”

One hundred years ago, in May 1919, an experiment changed the way we viewed the universe. Arthur Eddington and his team confirmed the theory of relativity given by Albert Einstein, whose name is a synonym with word ‘genius’. …


SpaceX and Nasa Collaboration, Reversing the time, high-speed pulsars and much more…

“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot, and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.”- Charles Dickens

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“Blossom by blossom the spring begins.”

With the spring equinox and many ancient Roman observances, March is famous for hosting a large number of events. With recent advances in the field of space sciences, we bring you a curated list of all the hot news that happened in March. …


Privately funded rovers, New space projects, Alien DNA breakthrough and much more…

“The universe is a pretty big place. If it’s just us, seems like an awful waste of space.” — Carl Sagan

Despite being the shortest month of the year, February held a lot of events, discoveries and space missions. With the month coming to an end, here we bring you our insights of the best-curated updates from the last 28 days, all at one place.

Top stories of the month

  • White Dwarf doing hula hoops!

Backward worlds: Planet 9 project is a NASA fund citizen scientist project, which aims to discover the brown dwarfs and low mass stars in the vicinity of our solar system…


The universe is gigantic, and if we ever want to have a shot at exploring it, we can’t leave one half of humanity suppressed. It would require a joint effort, and that’s what these ladies have proved.

“Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing must be attained.” -Marie Curie

Poster made by Pavan Bhushan

Ann Druyan once said- “ As a species, we tend to lie quite a bit, to ourselves and each other. So a reason to go into a career in science and technology is to become a more powerful person.” The exquisite universe doesn’t care about menial humane biases, and this is where its grandeur lies. In a planet succumbed to…


Since the inception, humanity has battled with the question of their absolute existence; is the answer finally here?

The Tree by Sudanese artist Ibrahim El-Salah (Source: artsy.net)

“Reality only exists in the human mind and nowhere else.”

- George Orwell

Nineteen years and still one of the most epic scenes to be ever filmed in the history of Hollywood belongs to the era changing franchise — The Matrix, but that’s not the only thing that etched this movie in our memories. It was also responsible for popularising an idea that sparked a decade of debates on the topic of simulated reality. The idea that we might all just be living in an illusion, not metaphorically but literally, baffled a lot of people.


Roman God on his Chariot, Beginning of the Autumn And More!

“From Babylonian astronomy to creating whistlers in the laboratory, it has been a journey of myths and legends.”

Ever wondered why humans took it upon themselves to explore the vastness of the cosmos, when they haven’t even explored the whole Earth yet? What made them spend billions of dollars to go explore the space that they knew nothing about? Each group had a different story to tell.

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