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“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 Useful tips !

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Personal Statement Guidelines Personal statement is simply a collection of your strengths which try to show about your achievements and share your career aspirations. There is no hard and fast rule but principally, your personal statement should be a small and concise,your professionalism, and what you have to offer in terms of academic experience and ambition   […]

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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 […]

Visual Molecular Dynamic (VMD) Study of Large structure Biomolecules !

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Nowadays, it is noticed that the research trend is looping towards  interdisciplinary approach like  Connecting Physical dynamics to biological structure and their data obtained from diverse experimental sources for example molecular dynamics simulations helps to explore and study of biological phenomena in unparalleled fashion. With necessary updates on simulations techniques leading towards the high resolution (up […]

Exclusive interview with Prof. Lawerence M. Krauss, Arizona State University | Chetanath Blog

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This is Chetanath Neupane, Editor, New Dimension Magazine Department of Physics, St. Xavier’s College, Kathmandu, Nepal.   Professor Lawrence M. Krauss, thank you very much for providing your precious time for our magazine. Personally I am very happy and much eager to talk to the best-selling author of several books and more than 300 research […]

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Physics behind OM mantra | Quanta-Aum

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Physicists believe a cubic centimeter of empty space may contain enough quantum energy to run our entire planet. Science is just at beginning to learn how to tap into this fundamental life force to expand consciousness and heal our bodies. It is widely accepted that yoga, meditation and other practices that involve conscious relaxation can […]