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Science Tech  /  Published 23.08.21

The Great Unlock

For some years now, John McGeehan a biologist and director of the Center for Enzyme Innovation in Portsmouth, UK, has been searching for a molecule that could break down the 150 million tons of soda b...
By Cade Metz

Opinion  /  Published 14.06.21

Risks of a vaccine rollout

Some experts consider the vaccine rollout a reason for the surge in the number of Covid cases. It may sound curious, but they argue that the perceived sense of safety induced low adherence to the prev...
By Atanu Biswas

Education  /  Published 16.02.21

Israel and the Palestinian territories have migrated online

Leila Khaled is a two-time hijacker, a member of a Palestinian group on the US State Department’s list of terrorist organisations. So it came as a shock to Javier Cohen, a senior at New York Uni...
By John Leland

Books  /  Published 02.12.20

Exploring nuances of human relationships

How were you introduced to the world of literature, reading, and writing? In terms of being introduced to literature, there was Arundhati Roy, Bapsi Sidhwa, and in terms of my readings as a young per...
By Hia Datta (t2 intern)

Science Tech  /  Published 23.11.20

Exploring the how of when

“The first thing to say is that, strictly speaking, there is no such thing as ‘time cells’ in the brain,” said Gyorgy Buzsaki, a neuroscientist at New York University, US, who ...
By NYTNS

Education  /  Published 25.12.18

The disappearing American grad student

There are two different pictures of students roaming the hallways and labs at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering in the US. At the undergraduate level, 80 per cent are US residents. ...
By Nick Wingfield/NYTNS


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