Prof. Shri Krishna Joshi (popularly known as Prof. S. K. Joshi) (6 June 1935-15 May 2020) was an Indian physicist. He was born in the village of Anarpa in Kumaun,UP
Punjab well known for valor, agriculture and industrial revolutions and for juggad technology has been strengthened by the vision and mission of great scientists and engineers of its land and Dr Raghbir Singh Khandpur
We are all bound to time and time scale due to which we live in our past, present and future. Nobody knows the beginning or end of time and its scale. Questions like beginning of time, end of time, only forward direction movement of time
On, 12th August was the 100th birth anniversary of the 'Father of Indian Space Programâ€™; Dr. Vikram Sarabhai (12 August 1919-30 December 1971) was a stalwart of Indian science. Dr. Vikram Sarabhai was handpicked by Nehru in 1962
In the recent years, the great achievements of the Indian Space Research Organisationâ€™s (ISRO) in the field of space technology have been frequently making headlines, giving the nation a sense of justifiable pride and inspiring many youngsters to reach
The renowned poet Kodungallur Kunjikkutan Thampuran in his work â€˜Keralaprathishtaâ€™, comments that Kerala, with Kanyakumari as the southern part and Gokarna, a range of mountains as the northern part is a land of virtue blessed by Lord Si
Biosensors are currentlyuniversal in biomedical diagnosis as well as a wide range of other areas such asenvironmental monitoring, monitoring of treatment and disease progression, food control, drug discovery
Nobel awardees and their work always receive peopleâ€™s great admiration. Every year these awards are bestowed in six categories on men and women (individually or on sharing basis) or to any organization of any creed and nation.
James Clerk Maxwell during 1860s gave the theory that light is an electromagnetic wave having electric (E) and magnetic (B) field components and interaction of light with matter not only experience phenomenaâ€™s like reflection, refraction
With the modern-day commercialization of medical science, we need to be reminded of this great ancient surgeon who, despite his unbound successes, maintained the nobility of his profession.