Name: Chetanath Neupane
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Author: Chetanath Neupane

He is a graduate researcher of Astrophysics and Biophysics in St. Xavier's College, Kathmandu, Nepal. His research domain includes VMD/NAMD interface to study Large Structure Biomolecules; see some of his research interest in 'Research works section of the website. More Importantly, he actively leading his project "Science for Society-SS" which aims to promote Science ethics/principles to the society of Nepal.

Molecular Dynamics: Bridge between Theory and Experiment !

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Molecular dynamics (MD) is a technique of computer simulation in which time evolution of large set of interacting atoms is followed by tracing their trajectory so that their corresponding equation of motion can be understood.  Molecular dynamics is becoming a celebrating technique which is now being used routinely, mostly in applied investigation of a wide […]

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Chetanath Neupane: Journal Editor of {iaps}, 2019

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Mr. Chetanath Neupane is a M.Sc. graduate of St. Xavier’s College (affiliated on Tribhuvan University, Nepal) and is currently working as an editor of {jIAPS}. He has a prior experience of working as a managing editor of his physics department publication called New Dimension for 2017 edition — he is very excited to work with […]

Documentation for Visual Molecular Dynamics (VMD)

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The VMD Installation Guide, User’s Guide, and Programmer’s Guide are available which describe how to install, use, and modify VMD.   All three guides are available from the main web site. Online help may be accessed via the “Help” menu in the main VMD window or by typing help in the VMD command window.  This will […]

NAAMII’s First Nepal Winter School in AI, 2018 to learn AI and machine learning fundamentals !

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<<< Register Here >>> https://nepalschool.naamii.com.np/register Join NAAMII’s First Nepal Winter School in AI, 2018 to learn AI and machine learning fundamentals and get hands-on tutorials from world-class AI experts. Application open for intensive 10 days AI school in Nepal with speakers coming from world-class research labs such as MIT, NYU, ETH Zurich, Imperial College London, King’s […]

2018 Nobel Prize in Physics goes to the tools of light !!

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The American physicist Arthur Ashkin, Gérard Mourou from France, and Donna Strickland in Canada will share the 9M Swedish kronor (£770,000) prize announced by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm on Tuesday. Strickland is the first female physics laureate for 55 years. —————————————————————————– The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award […]

Surface ice at Moon’s poles

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Water is the preliminary and fundamental requirement needed for everyday life. It is very unique molecule due to some important chemical properties, it has high surface tension and high value of specific heat capacity and more importantly, it is the only substance found on earth in its all three states, gas, liquid and solid.  Our […]

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Kathmandu humanitarian Mini Maker Faire (KMMF)

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Nepal Communitere, with Rural Development Initiative, is organizing the second installment of Kathmandu humanitarian Mini Maker Faire (KMMF) on September 22-23, 2018. The Kathmandu Humanitarian Mini Maker Faire is a unique gathering of global innovators who are solving some of the greatest social challenges facing by our communities. It’s a festival of invention, creativity and […]

Scientific analysis of Rudraksha seed !

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Rudraksha is considered as a very sacred object in the Hindu Religion whose botanical or scientific name is Elaeocarpus Ganitrus Roxb. Presently, 38 varieties of Rudraksha is recognized and cultivated in Nepal, Indonesia, Sri-Lanka, India and some other countries of south–east Asia. According to the Hindu Mythology, ‘Rudra’ is other name of Lord Shiva and ‘Aksha’ […]

“The World As I See It” an essay by Albert Einstein

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“How strange is the lot of us mortals! Each of us is here for a brief sojourn; for what purpose he knows not, though he sometimes thinks he senses it. But without deeper reflection one knows from daily life that one exists for other people — first of all for those upon whose smiles and […]

Organic Molecules found in interstellar space !

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Since historic times, we have wondered where we came from and where life originated. As it became apparent that the Earth was just one planet orbiting the Sun, that the Sun was just one star among ∼1011 in our galaxy, and that the Galaxy itself was only one such object among ∼1011 similar systems populating the Universe out to […]

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