New study uses ideas from string theory and quantum field theory to simplify calculations of transcendental numbers, like pi and Euler’s Zeta function.

Nishita Bhembre

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I am a neuroscience student/researcher by profession, and an aspiring science writer. I have a background in Biotechnology and a Masters degree in Neuroscience from King’s College London. I studied the mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration in Alzheimer’s dementia as a part of my Masters’ thesis. Formerly, I have contributed articles to the New Indian Express and been a part of editorial team of the departmental magazine at King’s (The looking glass, IOPPN). Research needs communication and collaboration to materialise into useful outcomes, which ventures like science writing are bound to facilitate.  

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