Release Date: 1st February, 2022
Issue 10 features radically redesigned elements, a step forward to making the magazine more modern and readable. This issue, as promised earlier, we called in a new expert—Dr. Babul Das—to talk about eriophyid mites and what they are. We alos introduced a two new widgets that we're still developing—the Q&A, which will have more questions in the next issue, and the News section, where we report on the latest and exciting scientific news. We hope you enjoy your reading journey, hopping from dark matter to quantum biology to synthetic biology!
Release Date: 1st October, 2021
We're really sorry for the delay; issue 9 took a lot of work. But here it is—the 9th issue of The Geekly. Unfortunately, we couldn't find an expert for this issue, so we reused one of our older expert articles. Next issue, we promise a new expert. Issue 9 comes with a revamped design that is more modern and suits our current brand better. Why is DNA a double helix? What are wormholes? How does an atom really look? Find out in this issue.
Release Date: 20th June 2021
We're back after a short delay, with Issue 8! Due to release in June, the magazine features a truckload of new topics—theories of everything, antimatter, and problems with the standard model of elementary particles.
Release Date: 30st January 2021
Here, we explore a variety of topics. Starting off with an intriguing introduction to Quantum Computing, we explore the concept of Infinity, as well debate the ethics of clinical trials. Are they really as safe as doctors point them out to be?
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Release Date: 1st December 2020
Issue 6 explores the vast mysteries of outer space. Is God real? Akhilesh Balaji explores this question to the utmost detail. Does, or can, Extraterrestrial life exist? Dhruv Ramu reveals all... How did life begin? In other words, Biogenesis, or Abiogenesis? A far more complex question than it initially seems, really.
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Release Date: 1st October 2020
Ah. Issue 5. In Issue 5, we cover the concept of dimensions, and visualizing object in different ones, before moving on to Infinity: The unimaginably big, to the Infinitesimal small. What is it, really? The human brain is the cause for us to become the single most intelligent being on planet earth. What more secrets does it hold? Join us on a fabulous journey about Nothingness. Is it really as simple as it seems? Frank Close reveals all...
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Release Date: 1st August 2020
Finally! Issue 4! You can read it by clicking on the heading above. Featuring Time, Oxygen, Vaccines, and Enigma, expect much more in this issue of The Geekly. Oh! And don't forget the expert article! Roopa Pai, renowned author of From Leeches to Slug Glue is writing an article about...
Release Date: 1st June 2020
This time, we decided to address some topics which people know of, but usually misunderstand. Featuring Lasers, Homeopathy, Robots, Drugs and more, you will most definitely learn about interesting topics and ideas which you see every day.
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Release Date: 31st March 2020
The Geekly is back with new articles and a new issue with dynamic themes. Explore the depths of the string theory to the origin of the universe, the craziest of thought experiments about nuclear warheads to mind-numbing paradoxes. Also, we have an article from the esteemed author Devdutt Pattanaik.
Join us yet again in this scientific journey in our Issue #2. Take a sneak peek right here on your left...
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Release Date: February 1st 2020
The first ever The Geekly magazine. Combined efforts from Akhilesh Balaji and Dhruv Ramu have resulted in this fabulous piece of work. Explore the concepts of cloning, quantum computing, wormholes, genetic engineering, nanotechnology and an interesting debate. Join us in a scientific journey that brings out your inner geek!
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