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BENGALURU: The International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS), a centre of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), has launched ‘CosmicZoom’, their first fully on-line exhibition.
This digital exhibition, an ICTS assertion reads, will take guests for a visit by the Cosmos — each by the smallest and largest scales within the Universe.
“The exhibition is designed to engage with a wide range of visitors — starting from school children to university students. Cosmic Zoom is planned as a curtain raiser for a proposed ‘Bengaluru Science Habba’, a science festival for Bengaluru that is being conceived by a consortium of academic research institutions in Bengaluru,” the assertion learn.
Professor Rajesh Gopakumar, director of ICTS mentioned CosmicZoom is an revolutionary response by an ICTS group of scientists, designers and science communicators for a web-based interactive engagement with the general public.
“We’ve tried to present guests a way of the vastness of the Universe, ranging from the smallest issues, going all the way in which as much as the biggest. Visitors may also discover stunning connections between the micro and macros worlds, like quantum physics and the Universe, and dung beetles and the galaxy,” says Prof Ajith Parameswaran, an astrophysicist at ICTS and the curator of this exhibition.
The exhibition additionally options occasions — lectures, interactive classes with labs and observatories, ebook studying classes, workshops for youngsters, movie screenings, and conversations with researchers — whereas additionally internet hosting a number of vibrant scientists. The occasions will cowl a variety of matters starting from cell biology to particle physics and astronomy.
Also, guided excursions to the digital exhibition are additionally obtainable to colleges, faculties, citizen teams.

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