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Do Our Thoughts Have Mass???

Every person in the world, no matter what his mental condition is, whether he’s well-educated or strictly illiterate, is unceasingly thinking about something. The thoughts jumbled up in one’s mind continue to flash across in a particular...

Jobs: Position Vacant

Our tribute to an unforgettable name on “Steve Jobs Day”   October 5, 2011. Apple, Inc.   “Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being. Those of us who have been...

Baffling Neutrino

Many of you will have heard about CERN by now… for those who are wondering what it stands for, let me explain… It’s an acronym of the European Organization of Nuclear Research – Well, of the French equivalent of that. In there, they...

Dengue Crisis – what went wrong?

Just as I came to know that bermudas and sleeveless shirts have been banned in our hostels, as a virology undergrad I immediately felt like trying to tell fellow people about the nature of this dengue virus and the whole thing so that maybe...

Tapping the Earth’s Heat

Geothermal energy has been used for thousands of years in some countries for cooking and heating. It is simply power derived from the Earth’s internal heat.This thermal energy is contained in the rock and fluids beneath Earth’s...

Self Cleaning Clothes

  I’m pretty sure that all of my readers have tried, at least once the exquisitely delicious ‘Shauarma’ of Concordia 1 Café and I’m equally sure that you guys must have spilled the juicy contents of ‘Shauarma’ onto your hands...

NUST AT SHELL ECO MARATHON 2011

Over the years, NUST has grown tremendously, becoming the best institute in the country. And as NUST has grown, so have its students, both in numbers and skills. NUSTans have made a name for themselves, their university and Pakistan through...

Are You Sleeping, Brother John?

ZZZzzz… huh? What?!… Sure you are feeling groggy with sleep, your mind is numb and your eyelids are drooping… and your messed-up bed looks so welcoming! Ah! At the moment, there is nothing better than dumping yourself onto it and...

Space Shuttle Programme [SPS]

The United States has made great strides in the field of space technology. After its space shuttle became a beacon light for other developed countries, it has now planned to weaponise the space by introducing space weapons. As regards the US...

First Synthetic Windpipe Transplant | NUST Science Blog

Surgeons in Sweden have carried out the world’s first synthetic organ transplant. Scientists in London created an artificial windpipe which was then coated in stem cells from the patient. Crucially, the technique does not need a donor,...