Published online on 14 July 2021
“Educate to Innovate”, Several years back, US President Barack Obama announced such a program for engaging science students in the invention. However, since the 1990s several initiations, program models, and massive resources afforded by the US government to upgrade the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) development right from the school level or pre-college level. As a result today US science is leading the world accompanied by millions of creative and innovative scientists/engineers, doctoral students, and postdoctoral fellows who are directly involved in the STEM field.
What about the other nations? Does the rest of the world follow a similar education system? The answer is, “Only A Few”.
In this issue, we come up with highlights of some great discoveries, essential scientific information, and knowledge. Besides, we started a new section for high school students representing science experiments with complete background knowledge. In the upcoming issues, we shall specifically focus on this area to grow scientific interest in young minds. After all, we strongly believe in the “Educate to Innovate” formula.
Published online on 7 May 2021
People over the world are tired of this COVID-19 pandemic situation, and also frightened. Gene mutation followed by the new strains of coronavirus is the biggest cause of worry. Many thanks to science and scientists; several vaccines have already launched after the endless effort of scientists worldwide. Still, people are afraid! We all have a lot of questions in our minds.
In this issue, we come up with some of the answers and explanations; hopefully, those will offer the key to some of your COVID-19 related queries.