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Do you believe the shortest distance between two points is a straight line?? Do you understand the general theory of relativity?? We are back with another episode to Science up! yourself .
We are thankful to Dr Ujjal Dey, Asst Prof, IISER Berhampur for answering our curious questions and this amazing learning experience.
This Science up! episode is hosted by Alphonza Joseph. Cheers to Amrita Mukherjee for co-hosting. Also thanks to...
Universe seems to follow some traffic rules, that's, no matter can travel faster than speed of light! Through this amazing conversation, Science up! has answered Why can't we reach speed of light?
We are thankful to Dr Sandeep Chatterjee, Asst Prof, IISER Berhampur for answering our curious questions and this amazing learning experience.
This Science up! episode is hosted by Niraj Gupta. Cheers to Baibhav Srivastava for co...
As it’s brain awareness week going on. For people, at every education level, has a lot to know about his/her own brain. We are here to share some info, facts and a great discussion, Having special attention on - India and the awareness in the country.
The episode is hosted by Niraj Gupta. Cheers to Nisha Kumari and Pratyush Mishra who discussed Brain awareness. Also, thanks to La Vida, the Biology Club of IISER Berhampur, India fo...
We need sleep. Have you ever given it a thought- Why? We spend one-third of our lives sleeping- doing nothing. So why do we need sleep? What’s the science behind? And also your curious questions about sleep that we have received- like the amount of sleep you need, consequences of insufficient sleep and also oversleep.
We are thankful to Dr Nasreen Akhtar, AIIMS, New Delhi for answering all our curious questions.
The episode was ho...
We knowingly-unknowingly are dependent on Bees. From the food on your plate to the cotton denim jeans that you're wearing, all thanks to the Bees. So what if the Bees went extinct? What would a World without Bees look like? Listen the whole episode to get your curious questions answered.
The Host, Niraj Gupta was joined with a pretty guest, Olga Koppel on the Science up! Podcast. Olga is a PhD candidate at University of Ottawa,...
Autism Spectrum Disorder is not well known by majority of people. We may have come across autistic people but even we do not know they have autism and they perhaps don't know themselves. The episode explores about Autism, what it is, its causes, types, and how to diagnose it.
Tune in till the end of this episode to get yourself Scienced up! with not only science-y facts but also a sip of understanding and kindness. Understandi...
You already know the current pathetic situation due to COVID-19 across the world. So through this podcast episode, we have tried answering some of your most important questions, doubts related to COVID-19, vaccines and all other stuffs.
We are thankful for having Dr Soma Chattopadhyay, Scientist E from Institute of Life Sciences, Bhubaneshwar India, who answered our concerning questions.
Here are some questions, that we addressed.
You've sure been cringed on your recorded voice if you sound like that. So, Why do you hate your own voice in recordings? Why your voice in your head while you speak and voice from recording sounds different? All your questions have been answered..
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In this episode, we've covered about a promising technology- Brain Machine Interface, how it works and what are the potential benefits of it. Thanks to Abhijeet Satani for joining as guest and share knowledge and real-life experience.
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Ya really, Why? Here's your question answered. Not only the reason of that pungent smell but also how it contributes to climate regulation of this planet.
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The episode explores new variants or mutants of Coronavirus. We dug deeper to find where these mutants emerged, are they more transmissible? or are they more deadly? And will the currently authorized vaccines still work on these variants? Listen to the episode to get your curious and perplexing questions answered.
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Source- World Health Organization, Centre of Disease control
Answered all the questions regarding when's the Coronavirus vaccine is going to hit the market, the clinical trials, the potential vaccine candidates, and is really the Indian vaccine- COVAXIN, will be available till 15th August?
Special thanks to RAKHI KUMARI for co-hosting
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