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Parth Devshankar Upadhyay

Parth Devshankar Upadhyay has written 25 posts for Indian Young Scientist Network

Orbiter discovers water super-saturation in the martian atmosphere

This article is published on IYSN and adheres to all Copyrights Acts, national & international. For Copyright Disclaimers or any other further information on this person, please contact any of the IYSN administrators under Contact Us. Scientists see this discovery as having major implications for understanding the water cycle and the historical evolution of the … Continue reading

Basics on Faster-Than-Light Research

This article is published on IYSN and adheres to all Copyrights Acts, national & international. For Copyright Disclaimers or any other further information on this person, please contact any of the IYSN administrators under Contact Us. Q. What is being reported? A. Over the past two years, Europeans scientists shot more than 15,000 particles called neutrinos from Geneva … Continue reading

What do Scientist Say?

This article is published on IYSN and adheres to all Copyrights Acts, national & international. For Copyright Disclaimers or any other further information on this person, please contact any of the IYSN administrators under Contact Us. Recently, one of our members Pratik Kumar attended Asian Science Camp, and there he interviewed some Noble Laureates. He writes his experience here. “Always Question, … Continue reading

Darkest Planet Found: Coal-Black, It Reflects Almost No Light!

Newfound world is off-the-charts dark—and the cause is a mystery, experts say. This article is published on IYSN and adheres to all Copyrights Acts, national & international. For Copyright Disclaimers or any other further information on this person, please contact any of the IYSN administrators under Contact Us. It may be hard to imagine a planet blacker than coal, but … Continue reading

Photovoltaic Breakthrough Lets Engineered Materials Emit More Blackbody Radiation Than Physics Says They Should

Metamaterials as a class get a lot of press for their ability to exhibit a negative refraction index, the characteristic that lets them bend light around a space or object (the much ballyhooed“invisibility cloak”). But designer metamaterials have potential reaching far beyond just visible light. They can be customized to have all sorts of tailored … Continue reading

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