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Publisher: Viva Books Originals
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Which is the only sport played on the moon?
Which creature can produce an electric shock of up to 650 volts?
Which is the familiar bird that can fly about 1000 km a day?
Which is the rock that humans can eat?
How many teeth does a snail have?
In which liquid do pearls melt?
Did You Know? explains the surprising facts about hundreds of everyday phenomena that are too familiar to notice otherwise. This book will amaze the readers with its wide coverage and delight them with the unexpected.
About the Authors:
Dr. Moumita Das is working as an Assistant Director at National Centre for Innovations in Distance Education (NCIDE), IGNOU. She did her Ph.D. in Botany from the Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Lucknow. She has several research papers and articles in the areas of medicinal plants, intellectual property rights, and sustainable development in journals of national and international repute. At present, her interest is to identify areas of intervention for devising innovative solutions in the Open and Distance Learning (ODL) system. She has published several articles and papers on the need of innovative interventions in the ODL system.
Dr. C.K. Ghosh is presently Director, National Centre for Innovations in Distance Education (NCIDE), IGNOU, New Delhi. He did his Ph.D. as a scholar of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) from The Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science. His Ph.D. topic was “Electrical, Electro-Thermal and Galvanomagnetic Transport Properties of Thin Solid Films”. He has co-authored five books in Physics and related areas and has more than 80 publications in the form of research papers and articles in several books and journals of national and international repute on the areas of Solid State Physics, Mathematics & Physics Education, Open and Distance Learning and Value Education.
He had been a member of the Board of Management, Academic Council, other Statutory Bodies of IGNOU and several State Open Universities. He has been delivering illustrated talks on diverse topics, some of which are: Science & Technology for Development, Scientific Temper, Frontiers of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Swami Vivekananda's Thoughts on Education, Science in Sports, Innovations in Teaching, Emerging Dimensions of Learner Support in Open and Distance Learning, etc.