Apr 2022

Following the grand extravaganza that was our second-anniversary issue, we are back with another issue this April, with articles from diverse realms of science.

Beginning with an insightful article, Divyansh Dewan discusses how radio waves generated by transitions in hydrogen atoms have helped us develop a map of hydrogen in the universe. This technique has been used to determine the structure of the milky way galaxy and even calculate distances and speeds at an astronomical scale.

Following up with an illuminating review of a paper on the methods of controlling the critical issue of locust swarms, we see how locust swarms are a severe threat to the food and livelihoods of millions of people. Anandarup Bhadra reviews discoveries in pheromone action in locusts and potential uses in trapping locusts.

'The Queen of the Oceans' - Marie Tharp developed the understanding of the ocean floor structure as we know it now. Join Apeksha and Aniruddha as they take a deep dive into the life and works of Marie Tharp and her inspiring journey in the pursuit of knowledge.

Last but not least, we have an article by Aniruddha Mukherjee discussing whether proteins are more valuable than genetic material in providing us with better clinical data on patient-specific characteristics based on glioblastoma research. Clear data will help us treat individual variants of the disease more effectively.

I want to thank our team for collaborating on another successful issue once again. This issue indeed wouldn't have been possible without their efforts. Do visit our website, where we keep bringing you more compelling and thought-provoking science articles. Also, subscribe to our YouTube channel to never miss out on our videos. As always, we wish you good health and happy reading!

Monish Majumdar
Managing Editor, Cogito137

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