Quamrul Haider

October 21, 2022
October 21, 2022

Will Earth remain inhabitable after 2050?

We need visionary leaders to deal with the impending climate catastrophe.

October 5, 2022
October 5, 2022

Exploiting Newton’s law of gravity to store green energy

Energy generated from gravity batteries is sustainable.

September 17, 2022
September 17, 2022

Climate change is all about ‘power’

Instead of effectively tackling the issues related to climate change, world leaders have politicised it over the last 30 years.

August 27, 2022
August 27, 2022

What’s next for the James Webb Space Telescope?

The recently launched telescope has expanded the horizon by piercing through the hitherto “dark curtain” of the early universe and presented us with a treasure trove of information.

August 13, 2022
August 13, 2022

Sizzling summer of 2022: Heat wave, heat dome, wet-bulb temperature

The summer of 2022 has not yet reached the mid-point, yet we are staring at another year of bleak climate news.

July 15, 2022
July 15, 2022

What makes Webb’s first images such a big deal?

The tantalising images from the James Webb telescope have been widely published and discussed across the entire globe.

February 19, 2022
February 19, 2022

Conflict between economic development and environment

Advanced technology-based society emerged in the period following the industrial revolution in the mid-1700s. Several major factors distinguished this new form of society from the previous ones.

December 25, 2021
December 25, 2021

A new powerful ‘eye’ in the sky

Today, we are at the threshold of a great “astronomical revolution”—a revolution that will show the universe in a completely new light.

December 5, 2021
December 5, 2021

Can humans settle on Mars once Earth becomes uninhabitable?

In 1920, American poet Robert Frost mused: “Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice.” Frost held “with those who favour fire.”

September 16, 2021
September 16, 2021

Here comes the flood

With rapid industrialisation and increased technological complexity over the last two centuries, we seem to have lost touch with the magnitude of our effect on our surroundings.