Tejas Jindal

Tejas Jindal

Magnetic Peril in the South Atlantic

From global pandemics to widespread protests to ferocious cyclones, 2020 hasn’t been short of setbacks so far. To add to the drama, the European Space Agency (ESA), on 20th May, released a statement about the weakening of Earth’s magnetic field over a specific region. Stretching from South America to south-west Africa, the magnetic field over …

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Understanding Musical Taste

Music plays an essential role in the lives of people all over the world, which is why many wonder what individual factors might influence musical preferences. A large-scale study conducted by researchers at the Heriot-Watt University, Scotland, on 36,000 participants has helped clear some uncertainty. It suggests that one’s attitude and personality are closely related …

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Disease Testing, Prevention And Cure – Perspectives From COVID-19

What began as a handful of mysterious illnesses in the central Chinese city of Wuhan has travelled the world (in less than 80 days), jumping from animals to humans and from obscurity to international news headlines. Today, everything ranging from electronic media, newspapers to social media is overflowing with coronavirus articles. Among them, this is …

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