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

Quantum gravity’s tangled time

Temporal order between events can exhibit genuine quantum features.

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.


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Cause of long, potentially damaging channels on Antarctic ice shelves found

Glaciers in Antarctica are remote and difficult to review, which suggests a lot of regarding their behavior is unknown. These data gaps mean scientists cannot be certain however they're going to answer global climate change. However, with new...

Scientists developed novel antibacterial drugs

In the era of increased antibiotic resistance, it's necessary to specialize in developing new bactericide agents. Rising resistance alarms U.S.A. following the standard mechanisms of antibiotics for drug development. Addressing this, the INTEGRATE association targeted on collateral...

Domestic violence is widely accepted in most developing countries, study

Women experience violence in many ways, from physical abuse to sexual assault and from financial abuse to sexual harassment or trafficking. Whatever form it takes, violence against women can have serious long-term physical and emotional effects. In a...

Plant breeder taps the latest technology to feed the world

Plant breeding has been continuing for a long time. However innovation – unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), robots, computerized reasoning (AI) and machine learning – is reforming the training. Mike Gore, associate professor of molecular breeding and genetics for...

Scientists identified three sub-types of depression

In a recent study by the scientists at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have analyzed three subtypes of depression. This is for the first time, scientists have identified depression sub-types from life history...

Don’t underestimate the force

Scientists at the University of Tokyo have identified a weak molecular force that holds together a modest, self-assembling box with great conceivable outcomes. The examination exhibits a useful utilization of a force basic in biological systems and advances...