One of the goals of the IIT Madras Strategic Plan 2020 is to become a technological university ranked in the top 50 in the world in all disciplines. In the first of this four-part series, we look at why exciting times are ahead for research at IIT Madras.
“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.” Jorge Luis Borges That paradise is a few minutes away. It’s called…
Why does the universe have stars, galaxies, and us? The answer is encoded in the primordial light we are bathed in.
“But if you have a cut on your hand, you’ll see that the blood is red, whether you’re a Hindu or a Muslim or of any other faith..” Nityanand Rao talks to Zahirul Islam, a security guard at Saraswathi Hostel.
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The fact that quantum mechanics is everywhere was the theme of the first lecture of the IISc Alumni Association Distinguished Lecture Series held at IITM, given by Prof. Ganapathy Baskaran, Emeritus Professor and Raja Ramanna Fellow at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai.