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Of glowing proteins and killer viruses
As is the case with most great scientific discoveries, it all started with a bit of curiosity. In the 1960s, Osamu Shimomura wondered why crystal jellyfish gave off green pinpricks of light. Now, half a century later, Shimomura has been awarded for his curiosity with the Nobel prize in chemistry....  | Read.. 
Blame your genes
Most men have been embarrassed at one time or another by premature ejaculation. Some have had the problem all their lives. They can now take heart — t ...  | Read.. 
Primitive machines in modern India
Govinda ala re…ala/ Zara matki sambhal brijbala. This is a dahi-handi ritual with a difference. Govinda is a robot, and there is not one ...  | Read.. 
Of glowing proteins and killer viruses
Smart fixes for your PC
Last week I had a lot of problems with my five-year-old PC. It had become too slow and I had a trying time working on it. It was then that I went scouting for some software that would speed up my PC. In the process I discovered a few other amazing ap ...  | Read.. 
Too much worse than too little?
We live in a stressful world, with family, work, financial needs, health, pollution, lack of sleep, and the new urban life style taking their toll. Fi ...  | Read.. 
Why Corner
Why do rockets go straight up?