Amit Malewar

Amit has always been fascinated by science and has spent large portions of his life with his nose buried in textbooks or magazines. He analyzes deep-structure interconnections between multiple areas of knowledge and creativity. Currently, Amit is a technical and sciences writer, covering physics, nanoscience, astronomy/astrophysics, and materials science for Tech Explorist. He started Tech Explorist with a mission of "Let all come who by merit deserve the most reward." Taking these words to heart, he created a platform of the most complete and comprehensive daily coverage of science, technology, and medicine news for researchers, scientists, tech geeks, students, and graduates.

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Biofuel from microorganisms

The biofuel sector could get a boost, with researchers at the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) here developing a...

Earth has acquired a second ‘mini-moon’

On the night of Feb. 15, 2020, astronomers Kacper Wierzchos and Teddy Pruyne at the NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona spotted...

Chang’E-4 LPR unveiled the Moon’s farside shallow subsurface structure

China's spacecraft Chang'E-4 (CE-4) landed on the eastern floor of the Van Kármán crater, near the Moon's south pole, on Jan. 3,...

NASA asks enthusiasts to develop sensors for future Venus rover

Venus is the most inhospitable planet in the solar system. It is hostile to almost everything, especially to the electronics used in...

Most sensitive measurements of silicon’s conductivity to date

Silicon is a very common element -- for example, it is the main element in sand and quartz. Today, most semiconductor chips...

Astronomers have found an exoplanet to be potentially habitable

Using the mass, radius, and atmospheric data of the exoplanet K2-18b, astronomers from the University of Cambridge, suggests that the exoplanet- more...

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Earth has acquired a second ‘mini-moon’

On the night of Feb. 15, 2020, astronomers Kacper Wierzchos and Teddy Pruyne at the NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona spotted a 20th magnitude object. The object has a mass of roughly 1.9-3.5 meters...

Chang’E-4 LPR unveiled the Moon’s farside shallow subsurface structure

China's spacecraft Chang'E-4 (CE-4) landed on the eastern floor of the Van Kármán crater, near the Moon's south pole, on Jan. 3, 2019. After landing, the probe immediately deployed its Yutu-2 rover, which uses Lunar...

NASA asks enthusiasts to develop sensors for future Venus rover

Venus is the most inhospitable planet in the solar system. It is hostile to almost everything, especially to the electronics used in spacecraft. Its surface temperature exceeds 450°C, and the pressure is 92 times greater...

Most sensitive measurements of silicon’s conductivity to date

Silicon is a very common element -- for example, it is the main element in sand and quartz. Today, most semiconductor chips and transistors are created with silicon. How quickly electric charge...

Astronomers have found an exoplanet to be potentially habitable

Using the mass, radius, and atmospheric data of the exoplanet K2-18b, astronomers from the University of Cambridge, suggests that the exoplanet- more than twice the size of Earth- to be potentially habitable.

Filming quantum measurement

Despite the importance of quantum measurement, in theory, it still holds unanswered questions: Does a quantum state collapse instantly during an analysis? If not, how much time does the measurement process take, and what is...

The super-fast world of droplet dynamics

Using high-speed imaging, a new study by the University of Leeds has provided a fresh insight into the complex way droplets behave when they interact. Scientists used one of the color cameras...

New algorithm could help self-driving cars avoid collisions, traffic jams

As the use of driverless cars is getting closer and closer to become an everyday reality, the need for a way to drive them safely and prevent traffic jams and accidents is imperative.