Social Dynamics

People, Opinion and the Armageddon

In a small society of four families, a situation may arise regarding buying a car in each family. The wives may feel the importance of buying a car and the husbands may stand for an opinion opposite to that. If each of them is determined to defend their own interests, then the consensus formed for and against the motion is exactly half. In such a … Continue reading People, Opinion and the Armageddon

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From the Desk of the Editor

April 27 1896, the world found its father of synthetic polymer era, Wallace Hume Carothers. In a short span of life, of almost 41 years only, Carothers could successfully pioneer the birth of the compound called polymer. He was born in Burlington, Iowa. He pursued the higher degree in chemistry in the University of Illinois. In 1924 he completed his PhD under the supervision of … Continue reading From the Desk of the Editor

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From the Desk of the Editor

At the very outset, GMS team is overwhelmed with enthusiasm, looking at the responses from the people and many other communities for the kind of initiative taken to bridge the science and society through scientific writing. We received a few articles in the previous issue describing the natural phenomena like murmuration, the lightning and thunder, a portable neutron source and how a search engine works. … Continue reading From the Desk of the Editor

From the Desk of the Editor

Popularizing the science has been the key concern from time immemorial. The various research outcomes of the laboratory need to be popularized in the society, with an interest for the greater benefit of the society. The Good Morning Science (GMS) begins its journey to bridge the gap between the laboratories and the common mass, to help people understand the difficult concepts of science and to … Continue reading From the Desk of the Editor