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Breaking down complexities and analysing the structures of biomolecules, Dr. Ada Yonath has carved a space for herself in the niche field of structural biology. Her curiosity led her to embark on a journey to investigate the structure of ribosomes, for which she eventually won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. We bring to you her thoughts on life and science, from an interview with her during Pragyan’17. Read on to know more!
Science and technology move at the speed of light. With discoveries and inventions being made at an exponential rate, the onus is on us to keep you updated on the fresh and intriguing news. From bacteria that can be turned to living hard drives, to a completely new galaxy supercluster “Saraswati”, a lot has happened over the past fortnight that will leave you in awe and wonder.
Pragyan presents to you, the SciTech Bulletin 2.2.
Supervising the manufacture of magnificent propulsion engines is his everyday routine. Right from dealing with the education system of India to finding solutions for all sorts of problems in his life, it took a lot for this man to obtain the stature that he possesses today.
Dr. Kishore Jayaraman, recounts his journey from an engineer to becoming the President of one of the biggest aviation and defence companies in the world, Rolls Royce.
Read on to learn more!...
Seated on the rollercoaster, buckled up, GO. That's what placements feel like for a majority of us. Twists and turns where we're hanging upside down, some stable moments, jerks, everything. The best part however has to be the end.
Here's an article capturing the essence of the placement season, and providing a walk through the process.
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Recognised widely across the world for his pioneering and extraordinary contributions in Machine Intelligence, Prof. S.K Pal’s work has made India a leader in these disciplines and is an inspiration to many. Inviting him as guest lecturer to share his extremely valuable experiences has been one of Pragyan ‘17’s biggest highlights.
Read on to find out more about the man who coined the term ‘machine intelligence’ and the story of his incredible life.
Five years ago today, the New Horizons team discovered Styx, the fifth moon of Pluto. This year, Pragyan was proud to showcase the guest lecture of Senior Scientist Dr. Henry Throop, who enthralled the audience with an enlightening and entertaining discourse.
Watch the astounding guest lecture delivered by Dr. Henry Throop as he talks about planetary science, the New Horizons mission and more.
It's been an eventful summer for scientists and pioneers, who have been busy solving conundrums and inventing the future.
Pragyan proudly presents SciTech Edition 2.1 that explores and celebrates some of these developments in the fields of Science and Technology....
In the world of super-evolved diseases, apples no longer keep the doctors away. For the seemingly endless hours they work to eradicate the world of illnesses, let’s take a moment and appreciate them on this occasion of National Doctors’ Day.
Following his enlightening guest lecture, Henry Throop's interview unravelled more about the planetary scientist in the New Horizons mission than what met the eye.
With his tea-tasting endeavours and expeditions both terrestrial and extraterrestrial being among his many ventures, read on to gain insights into the colourful life that Henry Throop leads....
For thousands of years, man's journey to embrace technology has never ceased to amaze us. From the discovery of gravity to the invention of the supercomputer, the evolution of mankind has been magnificent.
Pragyan presents SciTech Bulletin 2.0, where we celebrate and reminisce the glorious breakthroughs in this ever progressing field.
Stay tuned for the subsequent editions of the second series of SciTech Bulletin, aiming to cover the latest ingenious inventions, discoveries ...and developments in Science and Technology. To find earlier Bulletins, go to
#Pragyan #SciTechBulletin #Science #Technology #LetsCelebrateTechnology
What started as a small but impactful technical fest in 2005 has grown to become the magnificent ISO certified fest that Pragyan is today, rising beyond the 4 days of intellectual extravaganza.
Watch the brilliant guest lecture delivered by Dr. A. Sivathanu Pillai, Founder CEO and MD of BrahMos Aerospace Private Limited, as he talks about space science, his experience working with BrahMos - the fastest anti-ship cruise missile in the world and so much more.
There is nothing more cherishable in life than unconditional love. The bond you have with your father is irreplaceable and the memories you share are unforgettable. This Father’s Day, call your father, no matter where he is, and tell him how much you love him.
#FathersDay #father #love #Pragyan #LetsCelebrateTechnology #LetsCelebrateFathersDay
The art of story writing is magical as it has the power to suck one into a completely different universe, with an alternate life to live and experience. Pragyan recognizes the brilliant writers of the present times and congratulates the winners of String theory, the sci-fi story writing contest conducted by Pragyan.
If you long to bypass the edges of the universe, if you yearn to change the days of the future past, if you wish live an exciting, short lived alternate life, a...ll you need is a story to read.
1st place: http://prgy.in/p17stringtheory1
2nd place: http://prgy.in/p17stringtheory2
3rd place: http://prgy.in/p17stringtheory3
Your blood is not simply a chemical mixture; each drop resonates with love and passion. Your blood might be the magic potion that can heal a dying man.
Blood donation by even 1% of the population can meet a nation’s most basic requirements for blood.
This World Blood Donor Day, take a moment to reflect on the immense impact of blood donation and cherish the spirit of life.
Give blood. Give now. Give often.