Pranjal Mehar

Whether it is the delicacy of a nanoparticle or the fickleness of a bonobo, Pranjal Mehar tracks and reports on the adventure that is science. Based in Maharashtra, India, she is a former staff writer and always been a great member of Tech Explorist.

Recent articles

New Hubble Data Explains Missing Dark Matter

New data from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope provides further evidence for tidal disruption in the galaxy NGC 1052-DF4. This result explains...

New gene therapy for eye disease

The findings have implications for a much wider suite of neurological disorders associated with aging.

The whole body changes while learning new movement-based skills

Real-world neuroscience experiments show diversity in learning new motor skills.

Scientists discovered the first fossilized remains of dinosaur from Jurassic-era

Ireland’s only dinosaurs discovered in Antrim.

The first-ever detection of neutrinos produced in the Sun

BOREXINO achieves the first experimental test of how massive stars shine.

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My articles

New gene therapy for eye disease

The findings have implications for a much wider suite of neurological disorders associated with aging.

The whole body changes while learning new movement-based skills

Real-world neuroscience experiments show diversity in learning new motor skills.

The first-ever detection of neutrinos produced in the Sun

BOREXINO achieves the first experimental test of how massive stars shine.

Tiny droplet-based microbial factories that produce hydrogen

Research creates hydrogen-producing living droplets, paving way for alternative future energy sources.

This oxygen beauty treatment can make you younger

In first, aging stopped in humans.

The ‘mouse model’ helps us understand how we make decisions

A tool usually available at the tip of our fingers can reveal how you make decisions.

New recycling process could cut down millions of tons of plastic waste

A method for reclaiming the polymers using solvents.