I interviewed Prof. Miron Livny, whose open computing system contributed to two Nobel Prizes in Physics! He has insights to share on why their team at @UWMadison@twitter.com and @HTCondor@twitter.com put out their work freely as .

Check it out here: tifr.res.in/TSN/article/miron-

I interviewed Prof. Miron Livny, whose open computing system contributed to two Nobel Prizes in Physics! He has insights to share on why their team at @UWMadison@twitter.com and @HTCondor@twitter.com put out their work freely as .

Check it out here: tifr.res.in/TSN/article/miron-

If anyone's interested, I've written a layman's explanation of why it was so difficult to find Chandrayaan 2's Vikram lander on the surface. Originally for someone asking on Quora.
quora.com/What-were-the-techni

Underappreciated comment.

RT @torybruno@twitter.com

@neiltyson@twitter.com @elonmusk@twitter.com Maybe we could start with nuclear propulsion...

🐦🔗: twitter.com/torybruno/status/1

Here are some extreme planets in our galaxy which forced scientists to alter theories of how planets form!
My latest piece for @ThePrintIndia@twitter.com.
theprint.in/science/a-planet-b

Wow! @ThePrintIndia@twitter.com just published my piece without even removing the Editor's comments... (see image: in bold and caps). This is on top of not waiting for me to review the playback and hastily publishing. Extremely unprofessional.
@ShekharGupta@twitter.com - Please look into this.

"Computing can act as a fertilizer for science."
Was happy to interview Prof. Miron Livny on his pioneering work in high throughout computing. His rationale for making it all open is beautiful and pragmatic.

RT @TIFRScience@twitter.com

Prof. Miron Livny's work on an open computing system has led to two Nobel Prizes in Physics, powers computing at @CERN@twitter.com and @uw_icecube@twitter.com and helps thousands of individual researchers worldwide. We interview Prof. Livny on his journey: tifr.res.in/TSN/article/miron-

🐦🔗: twitter.com/TIFRScience/status

🙄 Yeah, right.
Could've released pictures from the Ch-2 orbiter in that case instead of letting NASA & others like @Ramanean@twitter.com search without ISRO's help, as @nepetro@twitter.com noted.
Moreover, if ISRO did spot pieces of Vikram before, why try to communicate with an obviously broken lander?

Consider supporting individual writers who aim to become independent so that they can write pieces because they need to be written about.

RT @FromTheLabBench@twitter.com

For the holidays, if people have money to give away to support science and , where could they best put their money? Looking for recommendations for science / causes to support. Pls RT and reply!

🐦🔗: twitter.com/FromTheLabBench/st

Is it weird that I start conversations with new people by offering to install an ad blocker? Then it suddenly gets comfy. 😂

It is absurd that a scientific organization like ISRO ventures into such irrational beliefs - The number 13. Are there other respected orgs that also do this?
@Onmanorama@twitter.com writes: english.manoramaonline.com/new

Wow! Did not expect even 100 people to subscribe to my articles on jatan.space just a week after launch! :D
Lots of cool science stuff coming your way. 🚀

That is the best rocket launchpad location in the world, period.

RT @RocketLab@twitter.com

LC-1 teams are moving into position for our tenth Electron mission, . It's almost time for the payloads from @ALE_StarAle@twitter.com and @AlbaOrbital@twitter.com to go to space! Target lift-off is no earlier than 07:56 UTC.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RocketLab/status/1

When you have four 🚀 launches in two days from across the Earth. 😍
First up, @esa@twitter.com's Ariane 5, then @isro@twitter.com's PSLV, then a Chinese Long March 4C and last but definitely not the least @RocketLab@twitter.com's Electron.

Visit spacelaunchnow.me for the schedule and more.

RT @TIFRScience@twitter.com

"Life is your Lab!", says Vinita Navalkar addressing 800 school students on how to become a scientist and sharing her journey of becoming one.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/TIFRScience/status

Moving from ~10K followers on Medium to my newly launched science blog jatan.space 🚀 where I have better control of content, no ads & tracking and a better reader experience.

You can now read all my articles in one place and subscribe via email for added perks. :)

Good is about understanding the perception of your target audience on the subject matter and starting from there.

RT @FromTheLabBench@twitter.com

Good science communication is / is about ______________. (Fill in the blank). go!

🐦🔗: twitter.com/FromTheLabBench/st

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