Scrapheap Challenge – How to Store the Un-storable!

Scrapheap Challenge – How to Store the Un-storable!

As the rubbish truck trundles by on its allotted day, waste disposal seems like a straightforward process. But what if you have a nuclear submarine to get rid of? You can’t squeeze that in the black bin. All around the world, there are thousands of large and dangerous items that […]

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Few Attention-Grabbing Facts about Water

Few Attention-Grabbing Facts about Water

Water is undoubtedly the most important resource on this planet. Below mentioned are some of the most interesting facts about water. Have a look: Water is the only compound which is found naturally on earth in three forms- liquid, solid and gas. Water regulates the temperature on the Earth. Around […]

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STEM Education-Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

STEM Education-Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

The science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) industries are all vastly different fields that include thousands of careers. Although these careers are all unique they do sometimes cross with one another. For example, scientists might do the research and the technology industry could help them create machines. The engineering field […]

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World’s Largest Radio Telescope Could be Built in Africa

World’s Largest Radio Telescope Could be Built in Africa

The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project’s an international initiative to build the largest radio telescope in the world. The new telescope will have a collecting area of a million square meters, with thousands of antennae located in 8 other African partner countries, although the main part of the SKA telescope […]

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What is the Role of 3D Printing in Learning?

What is the Role of 3D Printing in Learning?

In the course of the last few years, 3D or three-dimensional printing has experienced significant development. In the previous year, we have seen an array of improvements made in various technologies, and the very first name that comes to our mind as we speak of technological developments is none other […]

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Danish Astronomer Unearths Oldest Photographs of Space

Danish Astronomer Unearths Oldest Photographs of Space

It's great to unearth some long-forgotten keepsake, and it's even better when that find has historical significance. That's exactly what happened to Danish astronomer, Holger Pedersen. Although retired, Pedersen still participates in projects and hence makes regular visits to the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, Denmark. On a recent visit, […]

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Tips to Choose a B.Tech College in Jaipur

Tips to Choose a B.Tech College in Jaipur

Engineering is the most preferred career option for students who are inclined towards technology. In fact, B. Tech is the most popular undergraduate degree in the whole country. The reason may be due to challenging course content, superior placements, wide employment opportunities etc. We notice that more and more students […]

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The History Of Light [Infographic]

The History Of Light [Infographic]

Where does light come from? It’s quite a broad question that can be answered in many different ways. But if we’re talking about light, illumination, in general then we can start all the way back in 13,000 BC with the primitive lamp. Unlike lamps you see today, these “lamps” were […]

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Robotics and the Importance in Fighting Ebola

Robotics and the Importance in Fighting Ebola

Ebola: Origin and Symptoms Origins of the Ebola virus can be traced back to 1976, when it was supposedly found in the Ebola River-a tributary of the Congo River. The Ebola virus is extremely fatal for humans and mammals, which eventually leads to the Ebola_Virus_Disease. It is also referred to […]

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How Welding Works for Beginners

How Welding Works for Beginners

When most people hear the term "welding" they probably picture a guy wearing a medieval-looking mask, holding a blow torch to a giant piece of metal while sparks fly all around him. While this isn't completely off, it doesn't take into account the huge role that welding plays in industrial […]

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Common Theories About Time

Common Theories About Time

For most of us, time isn't really something to think about. Time is what we see when glance at our wrist watches on the way to a meeting or when we're reminded of our cuckoo clocks' song each hour, but time is much more complex and fickle than you think. […]

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NASA: There may be Granite Present on the Red Planet

NASA: There may be Granite Present on the Red Planet

We all are aware of what Mars is! It's the second smallest planet in our solar system. It covers three planets from the sun. It is described as the Red planet and its name Mars is named after the Roman god of war. As the iron oxide is ubiquitous on […]

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