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

Robots can now learn to swarm on the go

A new generation of swarming robots which can independently learn and evolve new behaviors in the wild is one step closer, thanks to research from the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England (UWE).

Maximum mass of lightest neutrino revealed

Understanding how neutrino mass can be estimated is important for future cosmological studies such as DESI and Euclid.

Chandrayaan 2 captures the first image of the Moon from Lunar Orbit

India's second lunar exploration mission, Chandrayaan-2- which launched on 22nd July 2019- has recently sent the first images of Moon taken from the moon's...

High-precision technique stores cellular ‘memory’ in DNA

Engineers program human and bacterial cells to keep a record of complex molecular events.

Why having a dog pet is heart-healthy?

The study by the Dr. Francisco Lopez-Jimenez, a Mayo Clinic cardiologist has found that those who own a dog pet, are healthier from the cardiovascular standpoint.

Mysterious skeletons of Skeleton lake belong to genetically highly distinct groups

The lake was thought to be the site of an ancient catastrophic event that left several hundred people dead, but the first ancient whole-genome data from India shows that diverse groups of people died at the lake in multiple events approximately 1000 years apart.

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My articles

The iceberg model of self-harm

Scientists at the University of Oxford used national data on suicide, together with data on hospital-presenting self-harm from five hospitals and data on self-harm in the community from a large-scale school survey to estimate the relative incidence of...

Experts explain the potential for new cancer drugs and treatments

At recently happened Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC), Imperial scientists have presented their results of newly developed drugs that could offer a new way to treat the disease. Professor Tate talked about his exploration of growing...

Searching for an elusive particle

A collaboration of Belgian, French and British scientists, including researchers from Imperial College London, have developed a technique that could detect an elusive particle called the sterile neutrino. In reality, the experiment begins with hunting for an elusive...

Falling faster: The surprising leap of Felix Baumgartner

Almost before 5 years,  the Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner had a record in 2012 for breaking the sound barrier during his free fall from an altitude of almost 39 kilometers. It was the 1st time, a human being had...

Voices and emotions: the forehead is the key

Motions and outward appearances deceive our enthusiastic state yet shouldn't something be said about our voices? How does basic pitch enable us to unravel feelings – on the phone, for instance? By watching neuronal movement in the...

Computer systems to predict objects’ responses to physical forces

MIT scientists had done with a multi-university project that involves the development of intelligence at the Center for Brains, Minds, and Machines, to explain and replicate human intelligence. By building such systems, that start to inexact these limits,...