Brain Aging

Secrets of Brain Aging

The cognitive behavior (CB) of the motor nerves or motor neurons in our brain deteriorates as we grow older and this creates a clumsy and stupid behavior in selves. A study by Joseph J. Thompson and his colleagues1 narrates the issues related to the behavior of the brain after crossing the age of 24, but it grades to another state where up gradation prevails on … Continue reading Secrets of Brain Aging


Networking – The Quintessential Research Skill

What makes a successful scientist? One may conjure up a list of many qualities such as having a good scientific knowledge, strong analytical capabilities, high ethics, perseverance and the list goes on. However, one rather important quality that is inculcated in all successful scientists is the virtue of communication and networking. With the world becoming more interconnected, the landscape of science and technology has become … Continue reading Networking – The Quintessential Research Skill

The Social Aspect of ‘Science’

There is a very inspiring quote about ‘Science’ by Henri Poincaré, one of France’s greatest mathematicians and theoretical physicists, and a philosopher of science. He says, “The scientist does not study nature because it is useful to do so. He studies it because he takes pleasure in it, and he takes pleasure in it because it is beautiful. If nature were not beautiful it would … Continue reading The Social Aspect of ‘Science’