The Telegraph
| Monday, September 18, 2017 |



There is geometry in the humming of the strings, and a rhythm to the sequence of numbers. Aswin Sekhar connects the dots between music and science

On the face of it, music and science are two radically different subjects travelling on parallel tracks that are usually not destined to meet. Yet there are elegant overlaps between music and science, mathematicians and musicians. Take, for... | Read»


The picture above maps the thickness of Mars’ crust with the red regions being the thicker areas and blue the thinnest ones. Scientists at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center have found, using the gravity field of Mars, that the crust... | Read»

Stroke alert

The Indian population is now aging, and non-communicable diseases - basically lifestyle diseases - such as diabetes, high lipids and hypertension are prevalent. While those suffering from such diseases are usually correctly diagnosed, the disease... | Read»