Wednesday, 19 August 2020 13:34

Desalination? Graphene sieves? What could make seawater drinkable?

“ Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink” This has been a cruel irony for the mariners or for a matter of fact to any thirsty person who has ever gazed upon a sparkling blue ocean. The United Nations predicts that by 2025, 14% of the global population…
Wednesday, 19 August 2020 13:33

7 Career Options After 12th in Arts

Are you an Arts student, confused about finding the right course in college? Worry not! We have curated a list of career options after 12th for you, that cash on your creative potential while promising to be financially rewarding! Ask a child his or her aim in life, and I…
Wednesday, 19 August 2020 13:31

Women in Science 2019 : Do you know about these women scientists who changed the history of science and technology?

What do you see when you picture a SCIENTIST? Usually Albert Einstein, a bad hairstyle, in a white lab coat? That is something that occurs to us instantaneously! “Scientists define sciences by pushing past the bounds of human knowledge and breaking down the thought barriers of time”. We celebrate them…
Wednesday, 19 August 2020 13:30

How to Make a Career in Music?

Beyond the shimmer that a successful career in music brings, lies years of training, persistence and a lot of soul searching. If you are planning a career in music, reading this article might help. Music is the elixir for the soul. Wake up early one morning and you can hear…
Wednesday, 19 August 2020 09:39

All You Need to Know About a Career in Pharmacy

If you are interested in medicine, yet being a doctor doesn’t appeal to you, or if you are falling short of the cut-off in NEET, a career in the ever growing Pharmaceutical sector could be a perfect choice for you. Read the article to find out more about it.  Introduction…
Wednesday, 19 August 2020 09:36

A WALK THROUGH THE YELLOW PAGES- WOMEN IN TRAVEL

  Who among us has not travelled? In the world of today you will concede, not travelling, is an anomaly hardly anyone can afford. We travel to new places for study, work, and sometimes leisure. As an essential element of life we hardly devote any thought to the phenomenon of…
Wednesday, 19 August 2020 09:35

Race Science: A new outlook towards the study of human genetics independent of the human race

  There is a thin line between finding genetic differences amongst individuals (this primarily includes the research on human diversity) and constructing these genetic differences across groups (this involves our biased categorisation of the human population on basis of their colour, the shape of eyes, etc.) by making conscious choices! “The undeniable truth is…
Wednesday, 19 August 2020 09:12

Culture and its expression in Architecture

    Architecture as an expression of culture  One thinks of ‘Culture’ usually in terms of lived practices like food, language, dress, and rituals.  Architecture is rarely thought to be a part of culture even though it is an integral part of culture; some might even say it is an expression…
Wednesday, 19 August 2020 09:09

Cybersickness : The motion sickness of Virtual Reality!

  Virtual reality isn't the term from the distant future anymore.  In recent years VR technology has become so cheap that it is now an integral part of skills training, clinical rehabilitation, and the gaming industry. You might have tried it out yourself and loved the new dimension it gives…
Wednesday, 19 August 2020 07:40

5 LESSER KNOWN TRADITIONAL ART FORMS OF INDIA

India is a culturally diverse country and its myriad forms of indigenous folk arts and handicrafts are an embodiment of its cultural diversity. These traditional Indian art forms include embroideries, painting, handicraft and more. These beautiful art forms, have been passed over through generations and are alive and thriving despite the…
Wednesday, 19 August 2020 07:31

Chandrayaan 2: India’s first lunar landing

(22 July 2019: Time: 9:13 UT (2:43 p.m. IST) Place: Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota, India   A young boy, with his eyes filled with pride, waved the Indian tricolour while witnessing the successful launch of Chandrayaan 2.  With over a decade of scientific research and engineering development, this spacecraft…
Tuesday, 18 August 2020 16:02

The future of E-Planes: Will an aircraft fly with electricity?

Imagine you have a flight to catch and it takes 15 minutes to get to the airport. You book an ‘air taxi’ instead of an ‘Ola cab’. The air taxi stops outside your apartment. The doors close silently and your ride rises into the air with a humming sound. The…
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