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CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exam 2021 passing criteria not revised

A recent post on social media made the rounds in which the Ministry of Education announced that the criteria for passing the CBSE Class 10, 12, 2021 exam had been revised. Many students who would be taking the board exams this year panicked for this new update. However, the GDP of the central government central …

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एमबीएस परीक्षा २९ मंसिरदेखि

त्रिभुवन विश्वविद्यालय (त्रिवि)ले एमबीएस (मास्टर्स अफ विजिनेस स्टडिज्) दोस्रो र चौथो सेमेस्टरको परीक्षा २९ मंसिरबाट सञ्चालन गर्ने भएको छ । नोवेल कोरोना भाइरस (कोभिड–१९) का कारण स्थगित परीक्षा ८ पुसभित्र सम्पन्न गर्ने गरी परीक्षा तालिका सार्वजनिक गरेको हो । परीक्षा केन्द्र भने तोक्न बाँकी रहेको त्रिवि परीक्षा नियन्त्रण कार्यालयले जनाएको छ । यसैबीच, त्रिविले एमपीए …

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Physicists produce world’s first neutron-rich, radioactive tantalum ions

An international team of scientists have unveiled the world’s first production of a purified beam of neutron-rich, radioactive tantalum ions. This development could now allow for lab-based experiments on exploding stars helping scientists to answer long-held questions such as “where does gold come from?” In a paper published in Physical Review Letters, the University of Surrey …

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Lockdown children forget how to use knife and fork

The pandemic has seen most children in England slipping back with their learning – and some have gone significantly back with their social skills, says Ofsted. A report from the education watchdog warns some young children have forgotten how to use a knife and fork or have regressed back to nappies. Older children have lost …

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Online introductory lectures on quantum computing from 6 November

A series of weekly lectures on the basics of quantum computing will be broadcast via webcast starting 6 November 2020 at 10.30 a.m. CET. New lectures will be broadcast each Friday of the next seven weeks. The talks will focus on the practical aspects of quantum computing and are organised by CERN openlab and the CERN …

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Optical matter machine steps up a gea

A new device that converts laser light into mechanical work could be used to manipulate nano-scale objects for applications in nanofluidics and particle sorting. The device, which is based on a self-assembled hexagonal array of nanoparticles that operates like a gear, can perform work in conventional environments such as room temperature liquids, according to Norbert Scherer of …

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Will the Universe Remember Us after We’re Gone?

I’m a compulsive journal-scribbler. This habit, which goes back to my teens, has proved useful to my career. All my articles and books start as journal entries. But my motivation is not merely professional. If I don’t record my thoughts, I won’t remember them, and they won’t matter. So I fear. This feeling has grown …

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A 4G network on the moon is bad news for radio astronomy

As you drive down the road leading to Jodrell Bank Observatory, a sign asks visitors to turn off their mobile phones, stating that the Lovell telescope is so powerful it could detect a phone signal on Mars. Radio telescopes are designed to be incredibly sensitive. To quote the legendary astronomer Carl Sagan, “The total amount of …

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