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Category: Science for Society (S-S)

This project aims to make aware the peoples in a society to remove major social problems in Nepal through science. Societies have changed over time, and consequently, so has science too.

Miller-Urey Experiment; Origin of Life

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The Miller and Urey experiment,  it was conducted in 1952 and published in 1953 by Stanley Miller and Harold Urey at the University of Chicago. It has been considered as a breakthrough  that made organic compounds out of inorganic ones by applying a form of energy. Their  idea was based on simulation of  hypothetical conditions […]

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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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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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S-S Bond in Proteins

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Disulfide bond also known as S-S bond, or sometimes disulfide bridge. It is a covalent bond derived from two thiol groups. More importantly, these bonds observed to play an important role in protein stability and aggregation of large biomolecules. SS bonds are formed by a thiol/disulfide exchange reaction, and three important factors are required in […]

Some medications and its effect on Human Kidney (Renal System)

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Several research findings reveals that some medications are harmful for Kidney function and responsible for Kidney stone formation.   “Medications that can damage the kidneys are known as “nephrotoxic medications.” As we know whenever we go to the hospital having health issues, our treatment generally starts with antibiotic prescriptions. The problem arises when some of […]

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Important Secondary Structure in Protein: α-Helices and β-Sheets

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α-Helices One of the most common type of secondary structure found in proteins is the α-helix. Existence of  this type of structure was first predicted by Linus Pauling. Linus Carl Pauling was an American chemist, biochemist, peace activist, author, educator, and husband of American human rights activist Ava Helen Pauling. But after several years of his prediction and was confirmed […]