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London, Sunday, December 21, 2014

Researchers gain insight into how earth’s crust forms

By monitoring how magma flows through cracks in the rock away from a volcano, scientists have shed light on how the earth’s crust forms. When the Baroarbunga volcano in Iceland erupted in... »
Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Unmanned crew module to be tested

Thirty years after Rakesh Sharma became the first Indian to venture into space, flying aboard a Soviet Soyuz spacecraft, an Indian crew capsule and rocket that could one day carry astronauts will g... »
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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Tampering with scientific temper

Is scientific temper an attitude for both the public and the private domains or is it only for the public domain? Is it opposed to or can it coexist with superstition? These are questions India must debate »
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