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The Global Science Congress, GSC20, owes its genesis to the prudence and concept of two Academicians of Mind Smart Academy Cochin, India and Life Educational Services, Sultanate of Oman.
Integrating knowledge with skills and instilling Scientific Research, among the young minds.Inculcating 21st century learning skills, the 4 C’s:
- Critical thinking,
Provide a recurring Virtual Platform to ignite Scientific Temperament among the young Scientists and Science Enthusiasts from Grade 6 to PhD Level, to parade their Scientific Discoveries, Inventions, Creations, Projects and Ideas before the International Scientific Fraternity to sustain developments and to promote Research Aptitude among Scientific Minds.
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Science is the product of creative thinking. The development of creative genius among youth should be of prime importance in the education system. It is, therefore, a great responsibility to foster this ability to the maximum of the individual’s potential. In the era of scientific information and technology, GSC20 facilitates the development of Scientific Temper, values, and scientific creativity as an important task. GSC20, infusing Scientific temper!
"To develop scientific temper" is one of the fundamental duties of Indian citizens, according to the Constitution of India. Moreover, C ontinuous research efforts and knowledge expansion in Scientific subjects are necessary to further technological innovation, which in turn brings about new benefits for society. Through GSC20 we intend to reach out to all that ideas and details which seek a platform- a platform for expression, recognition, and appreciation. Our future needs innovators!
Scientific temper is a way of life - an individual and social process of thinking and acting - which uses a scientific method, which may include questioning, observing physical reality, testing, hypothesizing, analyzing, and communicating. Scientific temper describes an attitude that involves the application of logic. GSC20 is a global platform for everyone to display this temperament, to encourage oneself as well as the community to come forward in search of truth! Come, let’s open the world of Science!
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In this episode we look at the ground-breaking research on black holes that led to Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez winning the 2020 Nobel Prize for Physics. On hand are experts Laura Nuttall of the University of Portsmouth and the LIGO–Virgo–KAGRA collaboration, who studies gravitational waves from merging black holes and Harvard University’s Shep Doeleman, who studies supermassive black holes using the Event Horizon Telescope.
The most precise measurement to date of the proton-electron mass ratio suggests that the proton may be lighter than previously thought. The result, from researchers in the Netherlands and France, provides a crucial independent cross-check with previous measurements of the ratio, which yielded inconsistent values.
A new study shows that coordinated international action on energy-efficient, climate-friendly cooling could avoid as much as 600 billion tons CO2 equivalent of greenhouse gas emissions in this century.
This year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry is being awarded to Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna for the development of the CRISPR/Cas9 method for genome editing.
Working with fish, birds and mice, researchers report new evidence that some animals' natural capacity to regrow neurons is not missing, but is instead inactivated in mammals.
Researchers have discovered that Southeast Asia, today renowned for its lush rainforests, was at various points in the past covered by sweeping grasslands. The expansion and reduction of these grasslands had drastic effects on local megafauna, variously supporting success and inducing extinction.