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General relativity is classical in nature while quantum mechanics upholds the idea of quantization and interference at the subatomic scale. Quantum (field) theory successfully accommodates all the interactions of nature in its framework but gravity (this framework is called the Standard Model of Particle Physics). However, general relativity is the only available tool to study all the manifestations of the gravitational field.
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Moeez Ahmad Khan, a Ph.D. student in the UK, is a genetic researcher currently working to eliminate malaria by genetic manipulation of mosquitoes. He holds a bachelor's degree in molecular genetics from King's College London, UK, and a master's degree in synthetic biology from University College London, UK. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. at the Pirbright Institute.
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Honeybees in East Asia are regularly subjected to giant hornet attacks, which range from individual attacks on lone bees or entire swarms entering hives, beheading bees, and then feasting slowly on the larvae that remain. As such, various protection mechanisms against them have been developed by the bees under attack. For example, Japanese honeybees retaliate […]
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The possibility of life on Mars has always been a hot topic. Even the slightest indication of it moves man a step closer to achieve one of their ultimate goals of finding a “backup” environment, where they can relocate incase Earth is no more capable for accommodating mankind. Recently, researches have found evidence to support […]

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The main theme of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics is black holes, and it has been awarded to Roger Penrose, Andrea Ghez, and Reinhard Genzel. The Nobel committee awarded half of it to Ghez and Genzel for their pioneering work in showing that there is a supermassive black hole at the centre of our […]
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The Ig Nobel Prizes began with the premise of awarding ideas that demanded recognition but would go unnoticed. It was founded by Marc Abrahams, a graduate of Harvard University who loved to explore things that were unique and funny since childhood. In an interview, Abrhams described that the idea of giving recognition to scientific humour began with some funny articles for an obscure magazine and then imbued books, columns and prizes.
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Moeez Ahmad Khan, a Ph.D. student in the UK, is a genetic researcher currently working to eliminate malaria by genetic manipulation of mosquitoes. He holds a bachelor's degree in molecular genetics from King's College London, UK, and a master's degree in synthetic biology from University College London, UK. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. at the Pirbright Institute.
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Rabia Nusrat, ideaXme’s Public Interviewer and an environmental engineering enthusiast from UET Lahore, interviewed Shayan Sohail Sarwar, a chemical engineer from the University of Engineering & Technology Lahore, Pakistan. Shayan Sohail Sarwar is a young innovator, and chief technology officer of Pak Vitae, a company dedicated to solving water problems for low-income communities. Driven by […]
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Dr Imran Anwar, an ardent mathematician, is currently an Associate Professor at the Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences, Lahore. He has research interests in Commutative Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, and Enumerative Combinatorics. Recently, Spectra had the opportunity to speak to Dr Imran about the transformation of his initial fascination with mathematics to a career choice, […]

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