Curiosity Series


10.9.2016

hey you all, I am still working on my writing capabilities but here I come with a short series on all the cool yet simple experiments scientists performed all over the world that actually led to some very cool discoveries which changed the way we look at life today. more coming up soon. have a nice day till then 🙂

10.10.2016

The light that could not be seen -Infrared by William Herschel.

It took me some time to actually find the right name for this experiment (just wasn’t happy calling it experiment 1). And I have to be honest, I saw this experiment on cosmos series first and was flabbergasted to realize what outcome an easy and simple experiment like this one can bring. something scientists nowadays just hope to do 🙂 . it is such a complete experiment with the right control. 🙂

psst: I was going to write about it but my brother persuaded me out of writing. Anyways who does not like making fun videos 🙂 Hope you enjoy the video!

18.10.2016
Best holiday ever, Discovery of Penicillin by Alexander Fleming
Hi guys, Thank you for appreciating my first post and welcome to the next curious discovery of Penicillin, most used antibiotic. Surely, Alexander Fleming never thought he would discover penicillin while working on understanding of bacterial way of life 🙂 . Hope you enjoy it. If you like it, please share it all the curious people out there and share how cool science is!
Best Holiday Ever!
18.10.2018
The new sugar ‘Saccharin’ by Constantin Fahlberg
Hi guys, after a long hiatus due to my scientific life, I am back to working on the Curiosity series. Our current invention, a next-level sweetener, was discovered or invented by Constantin Fahlberg when he was identifying the different constituents of Coal-tar. I guess he never thought that some experiments with Coal-tar will result in sugar! Hope you enjoy it. If you like it, please share it all the curious people out there and share how cool science is!
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