In The News: College of Sciences

Mashable India
October 26, 2021

The invisible will become visible.

Bangladesh Post
October 26, 2021

Earlier this year in March a discussion took place in the United Nations framework about the factors related to water governance, the role that available data plays in this regard and also about how the lack of safe drinking water can affect the matrix of socio-economic development.

Mashable
October 25, 2021

The invisible will become visible.

Head Topics
October 25, 2021

The invisible will become visible.

Sky & Telescope
October 21, 2021

The largest haul of fast radio burst observations ever recorded, all from a single fast radio burst, is helping astronomers understand what causes these fleeting cosmic phenomena.

Houston Chronicle
October 21, 2021

Food and oxygen are scarce on deep space flights. Time is plentiful.

BollyInside
October 19, 2021

All of this uncertainty around fast radio bursts has only heightened their mystery.

Salon
October 18, 2021

A rare repeating fast radio burst signal is helping astronomers to probe the mysterious phenomenon in more depth.

msn
October 18, 2021

Outer space is chirping, and no one quite knows why.

The Financial Express
October 18, 2021

A recent discussion in the third week of March this year within the United Nations framework exchanged views at length about the factors related to water governance, the role that available data play in this regard and also about how the lack of safe drinking water - for tens of millions all over the world -- has further complicated the coronavirus pandemic paradigm.

Newsweek
October 15, 2021

A team of astronomers from across the globe have spotted an extreme episode of cosmic explosions.

Action News Now
October 14, 2021

Talk about a cosmic temper tantrum.