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A Celebration of Creativity: Delhi Public School Surat & Tapi.

These days, I come across many people who have recently started Photography as it is considered 'really cool' and help to show off in front of their friends and family. But some of them (as from my personal observation) find it really intriguing and wishes to learn more with no motive of 'show off'. Hundreds … Continue reading A Celebration of Creativity: Delhi Public School Surat & Tapi.

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Through the lens: The Incredible Space

Natural phenomenon, which is largest in 68 years, will be visible after sunset on Monday wherever you are in the world and there wouldn’t be another like it until 2034. So, I went to outskirts of my city and enjoy this event. Here are some of the pictures during my visit. T: #Supermoon C: Canon Rebel … Continue reading Through the lens: The Incredible Space

Breaking barriers with quantum physics | Dr. Shohini Ghose | TEDxNickelCity

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Dr. Shohini Ghose talks about how the laws of quantum mechanics may be harnessed to develop next generation computers and novel protocols like teleportation. Shohini Ghose is an Associate Professor of Physics and Computer Science at Wilfrid Laurier University and … Continue reading Breaking barriers with quantum physics | Dr. Shohini Ghose | TEDxNickelCity

Music Saved My Life | Arn Chorn-Pond | TEDxWarwick

Arn Chorn-Pond is an internationally-renowned human rights activist, community organizer, and musician who inspires change through his incredible stories of surviving the Cambodian Khmer Rouge genocide. When the Khmer Rouge took over Cambodia in 1975, Arn was sent to a children’s labor camp. There, he escaped death by playing his flute for the camp guards. … Continue reading Music Saved My Life | Arn Chorn-Pond | TEDxWarwick

Origin of the Moon | The Royal Society

The origin of Earth’s moon has fascinated mankind for thousands of years and has received scientific attention for over forty years, building on the return of rocks from the moon and the growing understanding of planet formation. The central idea of a giant impact on Earth is widely accepted and physically appealing but the constraints … Continue reading Origin of the Moon | The Royal Society