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Adnan Mirza

Adnan Baig is a space science graduate who also served as a student research assistant at the Leibniz Institute of Astrophysics, Potsdam, Germany. He has co-authored several international research publications. Adnan is interested in space research, astrophysics, environmental science, nature photography, writing, reading and watching movies and anime.

Can Marine Heat Waves Lead to Mass Extinction?

The marine heatwave of 2013, acted as a catalyst for the growth of harmful algal blooms in the region.

Exploring Neuroscience in Zero Gravity

Space neuroscience studies how the central nervous system functions during spaceflight.

The Hidden Culprit of Winter Smog- Temperature Inversion

The inversions are stable air masses where the warm air overlays the excellent air mass.

Beyond Pulsars: Jocelyn Bell’s Journey of Discovery and Empowerment

"Always look for anomalies. No wonder what lies in there!"

Empowering Young Girls for Science in Pakistan

STEM education is revolutionizing society by giving students a new outlook and a set of adaptable abilities that are useful in a variety of...

From Moore’s Law to AI Revolution: Transforming Innovation Landscape

Particularly in the context of exponential development, AI plays a revolutionary role in accelerating innovation.

The mysterious origin of water on Earth

Either the Moon-forming impact was insufficient to vapourize all existing water or brought to Earth by some other means.

Six space-related books you should read (fiction/nonfiction)

The more one explores, the more one knows about the general understanding of nature at work.

Why pollution increases in winter

The lower level of precipitation means there just isn’t enough rain to wash away the pollutants.

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