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.

Recent articles

A tiny, hair-sized probe measures tissue damage deep in the lung

Lung diseases, a common health problem, ranging from mild to severe, is also one of the leading causes of death and disability in the...

Preventing hepatitis C transmission from mothers to babies

In Canada, the seroprevalence rate of hepatitis C infection (HCV) in pregnancy is believed to be about 1%, which means around 3500 pregnant ladies...

Common blood pressure pill could slow down Alzheimer’s

While searching for the treatments that slow down the progression of Alzheimer's, scientists discovered that the common blood pressure drug nilvadipine might hold the...

New AI system gives robots ability to visualize objects using touch

We, the human beings, can easily tell how an object looks like by simply touching it, all thanks to our sense of touch, which...

What triggers the Schizophrenia?

Schizophrenia, a severe mental illness, in which patients decipher reality strangely or let's say abnormally. For them, the world is a cluster of confusing...

Feathers came millions of years before birds

Birds are famous for their colorful feathers, which they use to fly, flirt, and keep warm. But have you ever imagined, what came first,...

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My articles

A tiny, hair-sized probe measures tissue damage deep in the lung

Lung diseases, a common health problem, ranging from mild to severe, is also one of the leading causes of death and disability in the world. Despite significant advances in our understandings of these conditions, we still lack...

New AI system gives robots ability to visualize objects using touch

We, the human beings, can easily tell how an object looks like by simply touching it, all thanks to our sense of touch, which gives us that capability. Also, we can certainly determine how an object will...

How an atomic clock will get humans to mars on time?

In simplest terms, spacecraft navigation entails determining where the spacecraft is and keeping it on course to the desired destination. But it’s not as easy as just getting from Point A (Earth) to Point B (a planet...

Volvo Trucks’ electric, self-driving truck ‘Vera’ gets its first job

A Sweden based automotive company, Volvo Trucks announced on Thursday that its autonomous electric truck has just been assigned its first task. The company has partnered with ferry and logistics giant DFDS to use its latest autonomous truck,...

Improving taste, shelf life, production of beer, food

Purdue University-affiliated startup Induction Food Systems (IFS) has recently finished testing of a new technology that aims to improve the taste, quality and shelf life of juice and other beverages. Their technology system offers on-demand heating options for...

Exciting plant vacuoles

Many plant processes similar to the humans: Cells and tissues in grain plants, including maize also communicate through electrical signals. The shape and frequency of these signals tell the plants many different things including allowing them to...