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Amit Malewar has been the technology & science writer since 2010. His passion for helping people in all aspects of technology flow through in the expert coverage he provides. In addition to writing for Tech Explorist, Amit loves to read and try new things.
Mercury, not Venus, is the closest planet to Earth

Mercury, not Venus, is the closest planet to Earth

Which planet is closest to the Earth? The answer is not Venus. Until now, we have read in our science books or even if searching...
Negative emotions can reduce our capacity to trust

Negative emotions can reduce our capacity to trust

Negativity is a tendency to be downbeat, disagreeable, and skeptical. It's a pessimistic attitude that always expects the worst. Undoubtedly negative emotions affect how...
Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence speeds up!

Now it is possible to solve a system of linear equations in a single operation in the timescale, thanks to a newly designed electronic...
Scientists discover taste center in the human brain

Scientists discover taste center in the human brain

The sense of taste affords an animal the ability to evaluate what it eats and drinks. At the most basic level, this evaluation is...
Prof. Amir Khajepour stands next to a vehicle containing his new wheel unit. CREDIT University of Waterloo

New wheel units could reduce vehicle costs

Most current urban vehicles are scaled-down versions of standard passenger cars. This imposes serious limitations on the safety, comfort, efficiency, dynamic performance and, hence,...
This artist's concept shows planet KELT-9b, an example of a "hot Jupiter," or a gas giant planet orbiting very close to its parent star. KELT-9b is an extreme example of a hot Jupiter, with dayside temperatures reaching 7,800 degrees Fahrenheit (4,300 Celcius). Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Cooking up alien atmospheres on earth

NASA's JPL scientists are recreating conditions that found in the atmospheres of a special class of exoplanets called 'hot Jupiters' using a high-temperature "oven"...
Maths blackboard

Maths anxiety?? Your parents and teachers are more responsible for it

Many students claim not to like math. But for some, the issue with math is more than simply disliking algebra or fractions. For some students,...
The human body carries electrical signals well. Now these signals can be contained within close proximity of the body, thanks to new technology developed by Purdue University engineers. Credit: Purdue University image/Erin Easterling

Your body has internet and now it can’t be hacked

Radiative communication using electro-magnetic (EM) fields amongst the wearable and implantable devices act as the backbone for information exchange around a human body. However,...
Artist’s impression of a kilonova caused by a neutron star merger. In the material released by the merger, various heavy elements are formed, which then absorb and emit light. New atomic data calculations help to clarify kilonovae. Credit: National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

Understanding the cosmic origins of heavy elements

Atoms and ions can absorb and emit certain colors of light. By analyzing the detailed colors of inaccessible objects, like high-temperature plasmas in a...

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